Gold Mining Journal

Gold Mining Journal is Australia’s only dedicated gold mining industry magazine.

Published quarterly, the magazine offers comprehensive coverage of the gold industry both in Australia and worldwide.

In addition to contributions from respected columnists, widespread news coverage on the gold sector is provided by Gold Mining Journal’s journalists, who frequently visit mines in Australia and around the world with mining company executives.

Latest Issue

July- September 2022

Volume 1, Issue 148

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Editions Content


Northern Star Resources has unveiled mill expansion plans at the Kalgoorlie Super Pit beyond the existing 13 mtpa, just a day after rival producer Evolution Mining shelved plans to increase capacity at its nearby Mungari operations due to Western Australia’s tight labour market and surging inflation. Michael Washbourne reports on how Northern Star plans to use its “backyard” position to avoid any unwanted cost blowouts






While many of its peers continue to circle the M&A dancefloor, Gold Fields has pounced on Yamana Gold in a deal that will create the world’s third largest gold miner by output and hand the Johannesburg based company a long-coveted Americas portfolio. Dominic Piper speaks to Gold Fields chief executive Chris Griffith about the acquisition and the important foundations laid almost a decade ago when it swooped on a series of unloved Australian operations



Diggers & Dealers

Gold mining executives, investors, analysts and more will return to the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder in early August for the annual Diggers & Diggers Mining Forum with local governments in the wider Goldfields region very much in tune with the challenges facing the industry. As part of our special 30-page preview to the three-day conference, we take a look at the gold explorers and miners looking to leave an impact on delegates, including site visits with emerging developers Musgrave Minerals and Medallion Metals





Ahead of Africa Down Under in Perth from August 31 to September 2, we provide a quick snapshot from some of the recent activity happening on the continent, including a maiden resource for Mako Gold and how the established West African producers are holding firm in a challenging market




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