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Saracen acquires Norilsk’s gold mines
Editorial
22/01/14 - Saracen Mineral Holdings has agreed to acquire Norilsk Nickel’s Thunderbox and Bannockburn gold mines.
Can confidence return to gold?
Editorial
21/01/14 - As gold begins a slow climb again, has confidence returned to the metal? Or is it simply a stabilisation?
Gold miner exceeds 2013 expectations
Editorial
17/01/14 - Posting a strong result for quarter four, Norton Fold Fields has exceeded its 2013 production guidance.
NSW gold mine plans to employ 1000 locals
Editorial
16/01/14 - The Hillgrove gold mine will look to employ more than 1000 people from the Armidale area, with plans to restart operations at the site in March.
Editorial
16/01/14 - Newcrest Mining is anticipating gold production to be in the upper echelons of guidance figures provided this financial year.
Newcrest signs off $200m loan
Editorial
16/01/14 - Gold company Newcrest Mining has signed a $US200 million bilateral loan facility which is due to mature in January 2017.
NZ maintenance company lays off staff as gold mine shrinks
Editorial
10/01/14 - NZ heavy machinery maintenance company Gough Group has cut nearly 40 staff following OceanaGold’s decision to reduce operations at the Macraes gold mine.
Victorian government cuts mining red tape to attract investment
Editorial
09/01/14 - The Victorian government has announced a number of reforms that it says will cut red tape and boost productivity and investment in the mining sector.
New owner for Bronzewing gold mine
Editorial
09/01/14 - Metaliko Resources has purchased the Bronzewing gold mine in Western Australia’s Goldfields for $5 million.
OceanaGold cut jobs, cut Macraes mine life
Editorial
08/01/14 - OceanaGold has announced it will cut more than 100 jobs at its Macraes gold mine in New Zealand.
2013: The lessons gold taught us
Editorial
19/12/13 - Gold is set to have one of its worst years on record, so what can we learn from 2013 to lessen the blow?
Police have discovered a makeshift gold extraction plant in the backyard of a Kalgoorlie home. Image: ABC.
Editorial
12/12/13 - Police have uncovered a makeshift gold processing plant in the backyard of a Kalgoorlie-Boulder house.

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