Beta Hunt extends again to 35koz

The company that discovered astonishing gold specimens heralded as some of the biggest ever found last month at a Kambalda mine has extended the size of the discovery for a third time to up to 35,000 ounces. The announcement came on the same day Beta Hunt gold mine owner RNC …

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Eris shrugs at curse of Davyhurst gold

The new managing director of the recapitalised company taking on the cursed Davyhurst gold project denies the asset is doomed to fail. Former Saracen Mineral Holdings chief operating officer Craig Bradshaw has been tasked with reviving the recently mothballed operations after Adaman Resources, the private gold miner of which he …

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Excelsior folds in Spitfire merger to unite Bardoc

Excelsior Gold’s time on the boards of the ASX is set to end today, after it implemented a scheme of arrangement to merge with Spitfire Materials in a bid to create a two million ounce Kalgoorlie gold company. The deal will merge Excelsior’s historic Bardoc gold project, where it turned …

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Reykjavik ices Hannans | The West Australian

A gun ride by jockey Lucy Warwick helped deliver trainer Lindsey Smith a special victory in the Hannans Handicap (1400m) when Reykjavik claimed yesterday’s Listed feature at the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Racing Club. Starting a heavily backed $2.60 favourite, Reykjavik settled midfield but was held up for clear running around the home …

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Resident runs for rehab and good cause

Australind resident Jennifer Langford is doing her bit to raise money and awareness of the fight against heart disease by taking part in MyMarathon. Participants have the entire month of October to run, jog, walk or wheel the 42.2km distance of a marathon, which equates to around 1.4km a day. …

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