The Gold Industry Group’s third annual Women in Gold Great Diversity Debate at The Perth Mint saw its 300-strong crowd get behind the hashtag #womeningold18 to discuss corporate gender equity targets, sparking a national tour.
Hosted in conjunction with Women in Mining WA, the event recognises and promotes women in the gold mining industry and provides a platform on which to examine gender-related topics through its annual debate, which will take to the national stage in 2019.
The Gold Industry Group had the pleasure of sitting down with Jeff Brown, Principle of Innovation and Technology at Northern Star Resources to talk about all things innovation, and a more detailed perspective on one element - preparing for an automated future.
KCGM officially launched the Newmont Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) at an event last night, in recognition of the company’s commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) peoples.
Find out why the RAP was developed and how community groups can help the company achieve its commitment to reconciliation.
Gold produced at Evolution Mining Limited’s Mt Rawdon gold mine in Queensland was used by ABC Refinery, in inner Sydney, to make Australia’s most iconic horse racing trophy - the 2018 Lexus Melbourne Cup.
Now meet the everyday Aussies who made it happen.
Maintaining their stellar year of award wins, the Kirkland Lake Gold Fosterville team took home four awards at this year’s Victorian Mines Rescue Competition (VMRC) including the overall win.
Held over 12 – 14 October and hosted by Kirkland Lake Gold at their Fosterville Gold Mine 20km outside of Bendigo, the 26th VMRC saw nine mines rescue and emergency response teams (ERT) compete.
With over 20 years corporate experience in a variety of financial and executive roles, we look back at Ian Murray’s contribution and dedication to the gold industry.
This year his efforts were recognised at the Precious Metals Investment Symposium, where he took home the prestigious Gavin Thomas Mining Award.
Gold Industry Group Company Secretary Bron Suchecki, spoke to PCF Capital Managing Director Liam Twigger about his journey in the industry and the recent launch of FutureGold at this year’s Precious Metals Investment Symposium.
To celebrate the launch of Perth’s Heart of Gold Discovery Trail at Elizabeth Quay this Saturday, The Perth Mint is giving trail blazers the opportunity to pan for real gold!
Scattered with real gold nuggets from Ramelius Resources’ Wattle Dam gold mine, the Mint’s interactive dry panning activity will have Perth families and tourists of all ages experience what it was like to search for gold during the gold rushes of the late 1800s.
Gold Road Resources and Gold Fields Limited have announced a 50:50 joint venture to develop and operate the Gruyere Gold Project in Western Australia.
Gold Road’s Managing Director and CEO, Ian Murray said he was pleased to partner with Gold Fields to develop Australia's newest goldfield.
Last week the Gold Industry Group held its inaugural industry networking event at the historic Perth Mint. The event was attended by the Minister for Mines and Petroleum, Honourable Sean L’Estrange MLA, and 90 members and industry colleagues to discuss the future of Australia’s gold industry and the vision of the Group.
Perth Mint Chief Executive Officer and Gold Industry Group Chairman Richard Hayes spoke about the importance of the Group and what it can achieve collectively.
Most people are familiar with the primary uses of gold; as a currency, in the creation of coins and bars, and as jewellery.
However, gold is also used for medical purposes in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and certain cancers; and in modern dentistry and orthodontics. It can be consumed as an indulgence in beverages or as a culinary decoration; and used in electronic devices such as mobile phones, tablets, and televisions, to name a few, as it is a highly efficient conductor that doesn’t corrode, making it extremely reliable.
Concerned consumers, organisations, and governments around the world continue to shine a light on conflict minerals. These tainted commodities are traded by private armed groups for monetary gain to finance civil conflicts and violence which contribute to the violation of human rights. Thus, the quest for ‘responsible’ and ethically sourced minerals is becoming more and more prevalent.
Conflict minerals, which can include gold ore, are smuggled out of countries such as the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and parts of Afghanistan, Columbia, and Zimbabwe, and shipped to smelters around the world for refinement.
ABC Bullion’s Chief Economist Jordan Eliseo provides his insights from the SMSF Association National Conference last week on the growth in physical bullion investment and why trustees are buying bullion.
The SMSF Association National Conference was attended by more than 1,000 financial advisers, accountants, auditors and service providers and is the largest annual gathering for professionals servicing the $600 billion Self-Managed Superannuation Fund market in Australia.
The Chinese consider gold an exciting and aspirational gift associated with good luck, and is often given during Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year will be celebrated on Monday 8 February, marking the arrival of the Year of the Monkey.
Gold Fields Australia is committed to contributing to the long-term sustainability of the communities in which they operate, building relationships with key stakeholders and providing funds for the social and economic upliftment of people. Gold Fields actively supports projects in the areas of education and health. These projects have a strong focus on educational opportunities for Indigenous people.