Pilbara-based grassroots projects are the focus of CITIC Pacific Mining’s Community Support Fund (CCSF) which is open for 2023 Round 2 applications.

CITIC Pacific Mining has extended its partnership with Leadership WA to support the not-for-profit organisation’s annual Signature Leadership Program Pilbara Field Trip.

An independent review of Sino Iron's greenhouse gas (GHG) emission performance across the steel supply chain has found that CITIC Pacific Mining's export product, Cape Preston Concentrate, delivers up to a 10 per cent net reduction in carbon emissions intensity, for every tonne of hot metal produced, compared to typical Pilbara hematite fines.

Aboriginal groups based in Roebourne and Karratha are the latest recipients of CITIC Pacific Mining’s Community Support Fund (CCSF) which offers individual projects small funding grants of up to $5,000.

Earlier today, Justice Kenneth Martin of the Supreme Court of Western Australia (“Supreme Court”) delivered his reasons in the proceedings commenced by CITIC Limited and its subsidiaries Sino Iron Pty Ltd and Korean Steel Pty Ltd (“CITIC”) against Mineralogy Pty Ltd and Mr Clive Palmer in relation to the Sino Iron Project.

CITIC Pacific Mining’s (CPM) again on the hunt to support Pilbara-focused grassroots projects with grants of up to $5,000 per application from its CPM Community Support Fund (CCSF).

What do aspiring gymnasts, baristas and long-distance runners in the Pilbara have in common? They’re all the latest beneficiaries of CITIC Pacific Mining’s Community Support Fund (CCSF).

CITIC Pacific Mining would like to acknowledge and pay our respect and condolences to the family and friends of Mrs D. Wally, a significant and respected Mardudhunera/Kuruma elder and senior knowledge holder, who passed away on 24 June 2022 in Karratha.

Applications are now open for the second round of grant funding for 2022.

Four Pilbara-based community initiatives focused on wildlife protection, cultural understanding, promoting active lifestyles for local children and community sport have been announced as the latest recipients of CITIC Pacific Mining’s Community Support Fund (CCSF).

Community groups and not-for-profit organisations in the Pilbara region can now apply for the second round of CITIC Pacific Mining’s (CPM) small grants program.

Three Pilbara-based initiatives have each received $5,000 grants from CITIC Pacific Mining’s newly-established Community Support Fund (CCSF).

With great sadness, we confirm that a 52-year-old maintenance worker has passed away, as a result of injuries sustained from an apparent fall at site yesterday (Friday 17 September).

This week we interviewed seven highly motivated local high school students keen to gain work placements in the mining industry - the interviews are part of the Pre-Apprenticeships in Schools (PAIS) program at North Regional TAFE.

The judges faced a tough job at Cossack’s night of nights on the weekend, with a stunning display of artwork on show from across the Pilbara region. The CPM-sponsored category of Emerging Young Artist received 13 submissions this year, which was won by Karratha-based artist Rose Barton for her painting ‘Nothing About Us Without Us’.

CITIC Pacific Mining (CPM) is pleased to announce a new small grants program, aimed at helping community groups and not-for-profit organisations in the Pilbara region.

Plenty of hugs and smiles with the return of family site tours at Sino Iron on the weekend.

Production at Sino Iron’s processing area (concentrator) has resumed, following a fire at a non-operational sampler within the nearby tailings thickener precinct yesterday afternoon. There were no injuries and the fire was extinguished by CPM’s fire and emergency response team within 1.5 hours.

In partnership with North West Recycling, CPM’s Container Recycling Program has been announced as a finalist in the 2021 WasteSorted Awards.

More than 60 women gathered at Sino Iron to celebrate International Women’s Day on Friday, including high school students from Karratha Senior High School and St Luke’s College Karratha.