Nearly 100 family members and friends of CPM staff arrived at Sino Iron on Saturday.

Ninety-eight professional and amateur golfers took to the fairways of the Karratha Golf Club for the CITIC Pacific Mining Karratha Pro-Am yesterday.

After making the week-long journey up the WA coast from Fremantle, the new crew transfer and pilot vessel, Ardea, has arrived at Cape Preston, officially starting work yesterday.

Earlier today, the Court of Appeal of the Supreme Court of Western Australia delivered its reasons for decision in the appeal of the Royalty Component B proceedings. In its reasons, the Court of Appeal found against the CITIC parties on most of grounds of appeal.

CITIC Pacific Mining is proud to be a Silver sponsor the first Pilbara Sleep Health Summit being run by Royal Perth Hospital’s Medical Research Foundation 20-22 May in Karratha.

In response to recent statements published by Mr Clive Palmer regarding future site remediation at Sino Iron.

WA trades and shipbuilding expertise has been showcased with the delivery of a new $4.5 million, 21m-long aluminium offshore catamaran, set to play a vital role in export operations at CITIC Pacific Mining’s Sino Iron project on WA’s Pilbara coast.

In celebration of International Women’s Day, a gathering of more than 50 women was held at the Sino Iron project for a luncheon on Friday.

Services provided by the Roebourne Police and Community Youth Centre have received a major boost following a donation recently of laptop and desktop computer systems by CITIC Pacific Mining (CPM).

CITIC Pacific Mining’s (CPM) Community Fundraising Program has seen more than $53,000 handed over to the Heart Foundation, thanks to a year-long campaign at Sino Iron 

An invasive marine pest monitoring program supported by CPM has recently received one of the top acknowledgements at the annual Golden Gecko Environment Awards.

The first wave of CITIC Pacific Mining employees to achieve a decade’s service at Sino Iron have joined CEO Chen Zeng at events in Karratha and Perth, to celebrate their role in creating a new iron ore downstream processing industry for Western Australia.

CITIC Limited and its subsidiaries Sino Iron Pty Ltd and Korean Steel Pty Ltd have commenced legal proceedings in the Australian Federal Court against Mineralogy Pty Ltd and Clive Frederick Palmer to compel the approval and submission of proposals critical to the operation of the Sino Iron magnetite project, south of Karratha.

Pilbara resident Jessica Wilson was announced winner of the CPM-sponsored Young Emerging Artist category in the Pilbara’s iconic Cossack Art Awards.

The Karratha Community House Ready Set School program has received a welcome donation of $1,500 from CPM to support their purchase of play equipment.

Top Australian golf players will head to Karratha next month for the Ladbrokes PGA Pro-Am Series.

Sino Iron recently hosted a group of female students from Karratha Senior High School and St Luke’s College, to hear from women at CPM, on what it’s like to work in the mining industry.

CITIC Limited, parent company of the developer/operator of the Sino Iron magnetite project, has appealed Justice Kenneth Martin’s decision in the WA Supreme Court in the Royalty Component B proceeding (CIV 1808 of 2013), brought by Clive Palmer-controlled Mineralogy Pty Ltd.

Australia’s largest magnetite mine will spend approximately $51 billion in procurement of WA goods and services in the coming years, according to new analysis from economic consulting firm Deloitte Access Economics..

About a hundred family members and friends of CITIC Pacific Mining (CPM) staff were reunited with their loved ones at site recently, for a jam-packed tour of facilities.