The West

Goldfields Business and Mining

  1. Excelsior strengthens its claims for underground mine

    Excelsior Gold's case for an underground mine at its Kalgoorlie North project just got stronger.

  2. Advanced truck makes a pit stop in Kalgoorlie

    One of the first TH663 trucks in Australia completed a pit stop at Sandvik's Kalgoorlie Customer Service Centre this week.

  3. Williams' Midas touch to rub off on Dacian

    Former Avoca Resources boss Rohan Williams says he sees parallels with Dacian Gold's Mt Morgans project and the company he grew into a $1 billion-plus gold producer.

  4. Lynas aims for record production

    Rare earths miner Lynas could not explain its see-sawing share price yesterday as the company announced its Malaysian plant would achieve record production in the March quarter.

  5. Stavely shares 'to create value'

    The long-awaited comeback of former Integra Mining boss Chris Cairns was launched on Tuesday with the $6 million initial public offering of Stavely Minerals.

  6. Ramelius hopeful of extension after drilling

    Gold miner Ramelius Resources is hopeful of extending the mine life at its Coogee project near Kambalda with drilling in the coming months.

  7. Firms secure nickel land

    Two Perth-based exploration companies yesterday moved to bolster their land holdings in the emerging Fraser Range — WA’s newest nickel province.

  8. Drillers sweat on scheme

    Drillers sweat on scheme

    Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane briefed Member for O'Connor Rick Wilson in Canberra yesterday on the progress of the coalition's election promise for a $100 million Exploration Development Incentive.

  9. Construction looking up in gold capital

    After a tough year, 2014 has brought signs of recovery for Kalgoorlie-Boulder's construction industry.

  10. Pubs vie for best steak sandwich title

    Pubs vie for best steak sandwich title

    The rivalry between Kalgoorlie and Boulder will survive as long as the joint city exists, but proud Boulderites now have some fresh ammunition for the debate.

  11. Pen turning is a labour of love

    Pen turning is a labour of love

    The pen, as the saying goes, is mightier than the sword, and one Kalgoorlie-Boulder man is making his own mark on writing craftsmanship.

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