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You beauty! Bellevue funded through to 2021

You beauty! Bellevue funded through to 2021

Wednesday 25th March

Pictured: Bellevue Gold managing director Steve Parsons
With many companies battling to see the light that marks a new day, Bellevue Gold Ltd has moved to consolidated its development aspirations by aiming to raise $26.5 million.

Paydirt now open across 13 locations in Perth

Paydirt now open across 13 locations in Perth

Tuesday 24th March

Pictured: Paydirt Media Deputy Editor Mark Andrews

A whirlwind week it has certainly been and we are starting to settle in at home.

Mining industry workforces included in WA exemptions

Mining industry workforces included in WA exemptions

Monday 23rd March

Pictured: AMEC Chief Executive Officer Warren Pearce

Australia-wide border controls are set to come into full force as each state and territory moves to flatten the curve of the coronavirus

SAREIC Postponment

SAREIC Postponment

South Australian Resources and Energy Conference (SAREIC) has been postponed to a later date. 

FYI: Throwback Thursday

FYI: Throwback Thursday

Thursday 19th March

Pictured: FYI Resources Ltd Managing Director Roland Hill

It was 12 months ago that Paydirt was first introduced to the FYI Resources Ltd HPA story unfolding 200km east of Perth.

Delivering certainty

Delivering certainty

Wednesday 18th March

Pictured: The Paydirt Family ready for banter

Walking into the office can be a chore when all around the world there is gloom, but being surrounded by family makes things that much better.

Luck of the Irish helps gold get going

Luck of the Irish helps gold get going

Tuesday 17th March

For those that dare to look at the ASX, it is noticeable that Australia’s leading gold equities have experienced a momentary bounce back to start St Patrick’s Day.

BHP Nickel West revs up

BHP Nickel West revs up

Friday 13th March

Pictured: Gary Frampton, Head of Business Development & Technical Projects, BHP Nickel West and Minister of Industry, Science and Technology Hon Karen Andrews
In just 2.5 years, BHP Nickel West has seen a stunning turnaround in demand for its commodity.

De Grey rides high on new discovery

De Grey rides high on new discovery

Thursday 11th March

A new, potentially high-grade discovery has seen De Grey Mining Ltd shares run from 4c to 24c since early February.

WAF gets the balls rolling in Burkina

WAF gets the balls rolling in Burkina

Tuesday 10th March

Pictured: West African Resources, Executive Chairman Richard Hyde 

A new ASX gold producer is on the horizon, with Burkina Faso-focused West African Resources Ltd (WAF) processing first ore from Sanbrado.

Orion receives environmental tick

Orion receives environmental tick

Monday 9th March

Pictured: Orion Minerals Ltd Managing Director, Errol Smart and Minerals Council South Africa and Minister for Mineral Resources & Energy Gwede Mantashe Speaking at Mining Indaba in Cape Town in February

ASX-listed South African developer Orion Minerals Ltd is a step closer to project development after receiving environmental authorisation for mining of the Vardocube resource on its Prieska copper-zinc project.

West African Aussies hit exploration gold

West African Aussies hit exploration gold

Friday 6th March

Pictured: Tietto Executive Director Mark Strizek with Eurasian Resource Group’s Jonathan Cordero

Fresh from their visits to Cape Town last month for the annual Investing in African Mining Indaba, a host of ASX-listed West African explorers have released exploration results.

Code: Red 5

Code: Red 5

Thursday 5th March

There are few companies the size of Red 5 Ltd doing what the wannabe multi-asset, mid-tier gold producer is doing.

IGO and Encounter buddy up

IGO and Encounter buddy up

Wednesday 4th March

Pictured: IGO managing director Peter Bradford

The March edition of Australia’s Paydirt includes coverage on Deloitte’s Tracking the Trends report, which highlights the top 10 trends that will potentially shape the mining sector in 2020.

South Australia’s exploration sector on the rise

South Australia’s exploration sector on the rise

Tuesday 3rd March

South Australia has longed for the next Olympic Dam or Carrapateena and that world-class discovery could be in the making right now.

Coronavirus fears lead to Battery Minerals postponement

Coronavirus fears lead to Battery Minerals postponement

Growing uncertainty over the global spread of the coronavirus and its affect on international travel has resulted in Paydirt Media postponing the Battery Minerals Conference, due to be held in Perth on March 4-5.