17 Feb 2020
Fortescue Metals Group’s (Fortescue) has announced the extension of its waste management services contract to PTK Environmental Services (PTK), an Aboriginal business owned and operated by Palyku member Tammy O’Connor, for a further five years.
12 Feb 2020
We are confident the Chinese people will rebound with the resilience they have demonstrated time and again over thousands of years and Fortescue will continue to support China throughout this hardship and beyond.
10 Feb 2020
Members of Fortescue Metals Group (Fortescue) leadership team have joined business and government leaders across Australia to sell copies of The Big Issue magazine.
7 Feb 2020
Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) today announced it will donate A$1 million to the Wuhan Qingshan Charity Federation to support medical efforts at the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak.
30 Jan 2020
Passion for his job and a commitment to improving the outcomes of Aboriginal people through employment has earned Jeromy Harvey the opportunity to join Fortescue Metals Group’s Chief Executive Officer Elizabeth Gaines for the release of the Company’s December 2019 quarterly production report.
24 Jan 2020
Businesses across Western Australia and Australia have benefitted from A$1 billion in contracts awarded as part of Fortescue Metals Group’s (Fortescue) Eliwana Mine and Rail Project (Eliwana).
16 Jan 2020
Fortescue Metals Group is again proud to support the prestigious Boao Forum for Asia as a Diamond Partner for the twelfth consecutive year.
15 Jan 2020
Fortescue Metals Group yesterday opened its new office in Shanghai, the People’s Republic of China.
9 Jan 2020
Fortescue Metals Group today announced it will donate A$1 million to the Minderoo Foundation Fire Fund to assist communities impacted by the devastating bushfires in regions across Australia.
17 Dec 2019
Fortescue Metals Group has announced the award of Village Facilities Management Agreements through an innovative contract model between Sodexo Remote Sites Australia Pty Ltd and three Aboriginal businesses owned by Pilbara Native Title groups.
12 Dec 2019
Fortescue Metals Group (Fortescue) has celebrated the latest graduation of students from the Company’s Vocational Training and Employment Centre (VTEC) program in Karratha. Chief Executive Officer, Elizabeth Gaines, and Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Julie Shuttleworth, joined the graduates, their friends and family and Fortescue team members to mark the important occasion.
10 Dec 2019
Fortescue Metals Group’s innovative Aboriginal apprenticeship program Trade Up has celebrated the graduation of its inaugural cohort of participants.
20 Nov 2019
Fortescue Metals Group hosted the inaugural Empower your Career Summit to showcase female careers in mining.
12 Nov 2019
Fortescue Metals Group has partnered with Mentor Walks to launch the successful mentoring program in Perth, providing West Australian women with the opportunity to connect with some of the State’s most influential female leaders.
1 Nov 2019
Fortescue Metals Group has awarded a contract valued at A$24 million to a West Australian contractor as part of the Company’s commitment to supporting local jobs in the Pilbara.
29 Oct 2019
Fortescue’s Founder and Chairman, Andrew Forrest AO joined Chief Executive Officer Elizabeth Gaines, the Fortescue Board of Directors, the Core Leadership Team and shareholders for the 2019 Annual General Meeting of Fortescue Metals Group.
24 Oct 2019
Fortescue Metals Group’s latest CEO for a Day April O’Reilly joined Fortescue Chief Executive Officer Elizabeth Gaines and members of the Core Leadership team for the release of the Company’s quarterly production results.
23 Oct 2019
A new partnership between Fortescue Metals Group and Black Swan State Theatre Company will bring the best of West Australian theatre to the regions.
16 Oct 2019
Fortescue Metals Group has joined a group of 10 mining, energy and resource companies from Western Australia to develop a practical toolkit to pre-screen for modern slavery risks within their supply chains.
10 Oct 2019
Australia’s iron ore industry contributes relatively more to the nation’s economy than the entire accommodation and food services and information media and telecommunications sectors, according to new modelling commissioned by Fortescue Metals Group (Fortescue).