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Volume 1, Issue 284
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The fallout from the Juukan Gorge rock shelter controversy continued through June with the Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinikura Aboriginal Corporation (PKKP) raising questions about the sincerity of Rio Tinto Ltd’s apologies. Now, The Northern Australia Committee has started an inquiry into the destruction of the Indigenous heritage sites at Juukan Gorge. Paydirt reports
Sections of the mining fraternity often lament the lack of exploration success in the modern era given the amount of money invested, however, upon reflection has the industry performed so badly? “I think we beat ourselves up to some extent; it is actually a really interesting time for exploration in a really interesting time for exploration in Australia,” Gold Road executive director Justin Osborne says. Osborne is among a group of industry insiders who reveal the key to success in the modern age of exploration.
Diggers & Dealers
Traditionally, Paydirt’s July edition provides a comprehensive preview of the best stories to be featured at the annual Diggers & Dealers forum in Kalgoorlie in August. Despite the 2020 event bring pushed back to October, the stories set to take centre stage at the Goldfields Arts Centre and discussed under the tent are covered in this edition.
M&A in West African gold circles is heating up again and Aussies are at the centre of it. The latest deals saw Chinese group Shandong Gold move for Cardinal Resources in Ghana and ASX mid-tier gold producer Perseus Mining acquire Exore Resources and the Bagoe project in Cote d’Ivoire.
For over 20 years, the Australia’s Paydirt monthly publication has delivered news, opinion and features focusing on the latest developments in the resources sector worldwide.
Subscribe now to gain access to our full back catalogue.