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Thunderbird cleared for take off

SHEFFIELD Resources has a clear run to development at the Thunderbird mineral sands project in Western Australia’s far north after the Foreign Investment Review Board approved a bid by Chinese company Yansteel for a 50% interest in the proposed mine.

 Thunderbird gets a lifeline

Thunderbird gets a lifeline

The Thunderbird project will be a major development in the jobs-starved Kimberley region as it promises about 400 construction jobs and 200 Kimberley-based operational jobs for 37 years. Sheffield and...

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