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Greenlight given to mine at world’s oldest gold mine
Editorial
19/03/14 - Georgia has approved miner RMG Gold’s project at what may be the world’s oldest gold mine.
Royal Canadian Bank expects gold to rally once more
Editorial
18/03/14 - New reports from the RBCCM show gold rallying in the same manner it did before the GFC.
The remains of a light vehicle after it collided with a loader at Ridgeway last year.
Editorial
17/03/14 - Newcrest has defended the safety at its Cadia Valley Operation after revelations of two serious vehicle collisions within 12 months.
Conservation groups say the mine will have a "dramatic" effect on wildlife, including birds of paradise.
Editorial
07/03/14 - Crater Gold Mining has caused a stir among conservation groups, having applied for a licence to mine one of Papua New Guinea’s wildlife reserves.
WA performs strong in 2013 with record resources market value
Editorial
07/03/14 - Western Australia’s resources sector has set a new record value of $113.8 billion during 2013
Misunderstanding mining and money
Editorial
06/03/14 - Poor economic policies combined with a misunderstanding of mining and a grab for cash may hurt mining countries more than they realise.
Gold and Ukraine: How the crisis affects gold prices
Editorial
05/03/14 - The uncertainty and posturing seen in the Ukrainian crisis may prove to be a windfall for gold, but will de-escalation will see gold fall or continue up?
Earthquake rocks Goldfield towns of Western Australia
Editorial
26/02/14 - A magnitude 4.6 earthquake has shaken Western Australia’s Goldfields region.
Fake gold and diamond mine scams man for $350,000
Editorial
25/02/14 - A Perth man has allegedly been duped out of $350,000 after a woman persuaded him to invest in a fake gold and diamond mine in Sierra Leone.
RTG Mining and Sierra Mining to merge
Editorial
25/02/14 - RTG Mining and Sierra Mining have announced plans to merge the two resources companies.
First gold pour at Alkane’s Tomingley mine
Editorial
20/02/14 - Alkane Resources has reached a major milestone with the pouring of first gold at its $116 million Tomingley mine.
David Woodall heads to Newcrest
Editorial
20/02/14 - The former head of Fortescue’s Pilbara iron ore operations, David Woodall, has taken up with Newcrest mining.

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