Contract ended five months early.
Offtake agreements under negotiation.
Had previously criticised Rio Tinto's lack of WA board representation.
Big coal demand drop likely offset by battery and critical minerals opportunities.
Mental health fears as train drivers told to continue two on, one off roster.
Feds give greenlight for production of C, D, G deposits.
Employing 200 locomotive drivers and streamlining track maintenance.
Pay may not be the best way retain staff. Career development could be a bigger benefit.
Capital cost expected to be US$3.3-$3.5B. Initally was to be US$2.6B.
Separate, but still connected, to Yilgarn Hub project.
Rob Telford is leading a push to make mining a completely fatality free industry.
An interoperability approach to automation is paying dividends for Roy Hill.