One of New Zealand’s most successful gold dredging operations is coming to an end and the owners are considering selling the plant or looking for new opportunities.
The Mystery Vein within the historic Talisman mine at Karangahake is showing up an encouraging extension for New Talisman Gold Mines.
For the seventh consecutive year OceanaGold revealed yesterday it had achieved its production and cost guidance.
The gold and silver grades are great for a renaissance at Karangahake but the red tape, vocal protestors and apparent Government indifference are headaches for New Talisman Gold.
The town of Reefton and its surrounds has been given another cog for a mining revival with a Perth junior company investing in a private company that has taken up several historic leases in the area.
Australian mineral royalty company Royalco Resources still has its fingers crossed on the hopes for a gold mining revival in two areas of the South Island.
Gold shares are moving back into vogue early in 2019 and North American brokers are doing research on OceanaGold.
OceanaGold appears set to end its calendar year production on a high. Correspondent Simon Hartley and Craigs Investment Partners broker Peter McIntyre look back on the company’s year.
The mothballs are about to be brushed off the Blackwater gold mine which has been one of the high grade mines that last worked in the 1950s.
The vital resource consents have been granted for the major Martha underground mine development at Waihi along with reopening of the Martha open cut, so the only likely challenge will come from the appeals period.