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Galantas Gold jumps after hitting main vein at Irish mine expansion

Galantas Gold jumps after hitting main vein at Irish mine expansion

Shares in Galantas Gold (TSX, LON:GAL) climbed on Monday in London after the company announced it has reached the main gold vein in development works underground at its Omagh gold mine in Northern Ireland. Galantas Gold Corporation is pleased to report the underground

Renewables generated triple the power of coal in 2017, UK figures show

Renewables generated triple the power of coal in 2017, UK figures show

An analyis of energy figures has shown that wind farms generated more electricity than coal plants on more than 75% of days this year.   The figures – provided by BM Reports and Sheffield University – reflect a year in which a number of green records have been set for the power

The Belaz75710 – the world’s biggest mining truck

The Belaz75710 – the world’s biggest mining truck

Belaz, a state-owned company from Belarus has created the largest dumptruck in the world. The Belaz 75710 is more than twenty metres long - the length of two double decker buses parked tail to tail – is almost ten metres wide and is eight metres high.   Weighing 360 tonnes when empty,

Tide turns for Ocean floor mining

Tide turns for Ocean floor mining

Nautilus Minerals’ vision of mining the ocean floor for gold, copper and silver has taken a major leap forward with the settlement of a long standing dispute with the Papua New Guinea (PNG) government.   Nautilus has pioneered the idea of commercial deep sea mining, winning the

Outlook brightens for mining in 2014

Outlook brightens for mining in 2014

  Funding for mining developments and for mergers and acquisitions activity is expected to pick up significantly in 2014 and confidence is returning to the sector according to a report from consultants Ernst & Young.   There is little doubt that growth is back on the mining and

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The government has cut £1bn from the rail infrastructure budget

The government has cut £1bn from the rail infrastructure budget

Rishi Sunak had previously promised record infrastructure investment as part of the government's "levelling up" agenda. Until now, Network Rail's "enhancement" budget for the five year period from 2019-24 had been set at £10.4bn. But, this week rail minister Chris Heaton-Harris said

Farringdon-first Central London station to complete construction

Farringdon-first Central London station to complete construction

Construction work at Crossrail’s Farringdon station has come to an end.The station becomes the first central London station along the new line to reach the T-12 landmark; this means the station is substantially complete and it is now considered to be 12 weeks away from handover to

TfL allocates extra cash to fix ageing bridges and tunnels

TfL allocates extra cash to fix ageing bridges and tunnels

Of that, TfL’s major asset renewals programme will receive a £135M additional investment to repair key bridges and tunnels. TfL figures show that about 200 out of 500 bridges and other structures that it maintains in the capital have sections in "poor" or "very poor" condition. The

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