That saw the companies ink a side deal to the farm-in agreement struck in 2018 under which Gold Fields will hand over half of the shortfall in cash.
St Barbara in December outlined a plan that put the historic Gwalia goldmine front and centre of a plan to boost group output by 40 per cent to as much as 570,000oz by 2025.
WA’s relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions from tomorrow will make it much easier to hold large events, City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder chief executive John Walker says.
Shire of Esperance councillors will tomorrow decide whether to adopt a CCTV policy after an alert resident said one should be developed to protect the privacy rights of the community.
Mr Rundle told Parliament small fishing operators in Esperance and Albany felt they had not been listened to.
“I attended the community forum last week along with the Member for Kalgoorlie and it was very clear to both of us that issue wasn’t put to bed and that there was more information required.”
Ramelius Resources is gearing up for first gold from its Tampia deposit.
Karora Resources is looking to slash its carbon footprint in a bid to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions.
MLG Oz is looking to recover from predictions its crushing and screening revenue will be hit by client production constraints by wrapping up a contract early to mobilise its equipment elsewhere.
Emotions were running high outside Kalgoorlie courthouse yesterday after the jury announced its verdict.
A jury will today be deliberating whether Jamie Boyd Newland was murdered when he was run over and killed the moment a violent overnight dispute between two warring families boiled over.
The Shire of Dundas says its bid to become a “non-kill shire” could see it develop a policy to rehome unwanted dogs rather than putting them down.
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