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Frances Creek first

THE Northern Territory’s iron ore industry is coming to life after a five-year hiatus as Linecrest readies to export the first 30,000 tonnes of processed stockpile ore from the Frances Creek mine 250km south of Darwin.

 Frances Creek's office door back in 2016

Frances Creek's office door back in 2016

NT minister for primary industry and resources Paul Kirby granted Linecrest approval to export, under its mining management plan, with the first load scheduled to leave Darwin Port next month. A small...

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