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18/9/2017
by Ross Louthean

The just-completed AusIMM NZ Mining Conference was told there was scope for new placer gold-silver targets in Otago and Southland.

Includes following attachments:
- Conference presentation. (1.5 megabytes)

18/9/2017
by Simon Hartley

Simon Hartley who attended the three-day AusIMM NZ Mining Conference in Christchurch saw more positives than negatives.

Includes following attachments:
- Bathurst Resources conference presentation. (1.1 megabytes)
- CRL Energy Ltd conference presentation. (1.6 megabytes)

18/9/2017
by Ross Louthean

Two presentations at the AusIMM NZ Mining Conference detailed both the history and planned future for the Talisman gold project at Karangahake.

Includes following attachments:
- NTL Company update presentation. (1.9 megabytes)
- NTL Conference presentation. (2.5 megabytes)

15/9/2017
by Simon Hartley

The big wall slips that sterilised production from the Martha open cut at Waihi may take a few more years to see full remediation.


15/9/2017

The New Zealand branch of the Australasian Institute of Mining & Metallurgy appointed a new chairman yesterday.


15/9/2017
by Simon Hartley

The size of the proposed Trans-Tasman iron sands project was shown to delegates but neither the company nor the EPA could comment on key issues due to a pending legal meeting.

Includes following attachments:
- TTR Conference presentation. (1.3 megabytes)
- EPA conference presentation. (743.4 kilobytes)

15/9/2017
by Simon Hartley

Any doubts of a big slump in gold exploration in New Zealand were dispelled by OceanaGold in its presentation to the just-completed AusIMM NZ Mining Conference.

Includes following attachments:
- Conference presentation. (3.1 megabytes)

15/9/2017

One of the best known faces in New Zealand geoscience has won this year’s Lloyd Jones Award.


13/9/2017
by Simon Hartley

Well known Otago geoscientist Doug Mackenzie is undertaking new interpretative work on the Otago Schists.


13/9/2017
by Simon Hartley

The numbers attending and positive response to the Otago Exploration Forum may see the AusIMM run a similar event at next year’s conference, somewhere on the North Island.


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