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.

Local Pilbara artist Tessa Laing took out the CITIC Pacific Mining (CPM) sponsored Emerging Artist category, for her piece called Pelago, at the recent Cossack Art Awards.

The Cape Preston (Sino Iron) Aerodrome was officially opened today by Minister for Mines and Petroleum, the Hon Bill Johnston MLA and CITIC Pacific Mining (CPM) CPM Chairman, Mr Zhang Jijing.

CITIC Pacific Mining has commenced commissioning the last two of six concentrator lines at the Sino Iron Project.

Sino Iron developer and operator CITIC Pacific Mining (CPM) recently partnered with the Pilbara Multicultural Association, to sponsor ‘Harmony Month’ festivities in Karratha.

More than $110,000 will be donated to leading community mental health group beyondblue, following a successful month-long fundraising initiative by CITIC Pacific Mining (CPM) staff and contractors at the Sino Iron project.

Local universities are partnering with CITIC Pacific Mining to explore ways of extending the life of infrastructure at the ground-breaking Sino Iron project, south of Karratha.

CITIC Pacific Mining (CPM) is taking Mental Health Week to the next level with Beyond November - a month-long initiative aimed at promoting positive mental health among workers at the Sino Iron project, south of Karratha, and raising money for a leading community mental health group.

Now in its sixth-year, CITIC Pacific Mining's partnership with the Clontarf Foundation is continuing to provide opportunities for Aboriginal boys from the Pilbra to expand their knowledge, confidence and employment prospects. 

The WA Minister for Mines and Petroleum Bill Marmion and the Director General of the WA Department of Mines and Petroleum, Richard Sellers, were recently guests of CITIC Pacific Mining CEO Chen Zeng as they attended a tour of the Sino Iron project.