Australia’s Paydirt magazine is a highly regarded mining magazine which circulates internationally and features diverse coverage of the metals and minerals industry.
For 25 years, the monthly publication has delivered news, opinion and features focusing on the latest developments in the resources sector worldwide.
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Volume 1, Issue 292
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There may have been a correction in prices but the West Australian junior nickel scene remains vibrant. One of the most active explorers is Auroch Minerals, which has institutional backing for its Saints, Leinster and Nepean exploration projects. Mark Andrews put his boots on the ground at Nepean to check on the progress of the company’s newest asset.
Voluntary administration is usually the opening line of a story which ends in receivership for most mining companies. In contrast, Gascoyne Resources used the period to rest its operations and prepare itself for brighter times at the Dalgaranga gold mine in WA. Michael Washbourne accompanied Gascoyne managing director Richard Hay to Dalgaranga to witness the resurrection.
Once the hottest destination in Australia, the Festival State has slipped down the exploration pecking order in the last decade. However, with a new generation of explorers applying fresh eyes to the State’s undoubted geological potential, SA may be set for a new flood of activity.
With coal over its recent slump and copper on the rise, Queensland’s resources sector is in rude health. We look at some of the emerging stories in the State, including the success Aeris Resources is having at its recently acquired Cracow gold mine.
The uranium rebound has been a long time coming but with several ASX-listed companies enjoying a strong start to 2021, the outlook is better than at any time in the last decade. Paydirt picks up the forgotten uranium stories and finds companies form Africa, to Canada and back to Australia preparing to meet the nuclear upswing.
Australian interests in Canada and the US exploration sector are booming with more than 50 ASX-listed companies operating on the continent. Paydirt shines a light on just a few of those companies across six pages of this edition.
For over 25 years, the Australia’s Paydirt monthly publication has delivered news and opinion on the business of mining, from gold and precious metals to base metals and battery minerals; international news with a particular focus on Africa and Latin America; feature stories include project site visits, events coverage and mining services features.
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