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US maintains ban on Grand Canyon mining

US Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar has said he will take action to prevent the opening of federal lands near the Grand Canyon to uranium mining
Breaking News Article Americas 05 Jul 2011 0 Stars

US settles Bunker Hill Superfund suit

Hecla Mining Co has agreed to pay US$263.4 million towards the clean-up of mining waste in the Coeur d’Alene Basin in Idaho, settling a legal suit first opened in 1991 by the Coeur d’Alene Indian Tribe
Breaking News Article Americas 05 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Hardrock assays

Drilling at the Hardrock gold joint venture near Geraldton in Ontario has returned further high-grade mineralisation for partners Premier Gold Mines Ltd (70% interest) and Goldstone Resources Inc (30% interest)
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Eldor REO results

Assaying of samples from Commerce Resources Corp’s winter drilling programme at the Ashram zone of its Eldor rare-earths oxide (REO) property in Quebec has expanded the mineralisation, according to the company
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Golden Minerals to merge with ECU Silver

Golden Minerals Co and ECU Silver Mining Inc have agreed to a merger that would create a North American silver company worth US$600 million
Magazine Article Finance 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Minor metals: Summer plunge

With the exception of mercury, and to a lesser degree bismuth, the minor metals took a tumble during June as is often the case during the summer months in the northern hemisphere
Reports Article Reports 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Answering the call

Producers are beginning to catch up with high demand
Magazine Article Reports 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Cliffs hires Webb

David Webb has been appointed as the senior vice-president of Cliffs Natural Resources Inc’s global coal division
Appointment Announcement Article People and Appointments 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Paspalas to replace Hall

George Paspalas has agreed to join Aurizon Mines Ltd as president and chief executive officer, and as a member of the company’s board
Appointment Announcement Article People and Appointments 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Hodgson new chairman

Thomas Hodgson has joined the board of Lithium Americas Corp as a non-executive chairman
Appointment Announcement Article People and Appointments 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Blackwater assays

New Gold Inc has completed drilling at its Blackwater gold deposit, in British Columbia, that was interpreted to have confirmed continuity of mineralisation within and around the resource
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Copperwood study outlines underground mine

Orvana Minerals Corp has finished a prefeasibility study for its Copperwood copper project in Michigan that forecast a 14-year mine life
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Burns Block intercept

Further drilling at Bayfield Ventures Corp’s Burns Block gold-silver property in the Rainy River region of Ontario has returned high-grade gold over a wide interval
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Newman Todd results

The latest drilling completed at the Newman Todd gold property in the Red Lake area of Ontario for owner Confederation Minerals Ltd has expanded known mineralisation and identified new zones, according to the company
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Umwelt extended

Sabina Gold & Silver Corp has extended mineralisation at the Umwelt deposit to 1.2km strike length. Umwelt is part of its Goose gold property in the Back River project in Canada’s Nunavut Territory
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

BHPB hit by rising costs at Worsley

BHP Billiton has blamed inflationary pressures and a stronger Australian dollar for a cost blowout at its Worsley alumina project in Western Australia
Headline Article Finance 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

Cliffs’ Pinnacle mine to stay shut

A remediation plan designed to address the levels of carbon monoxide at Cliffs Natural Resources Inc’s Pinnacle coal mine in West Virginia has been rejected by regulators
Magazine Article Production and Markets 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

LSE-TMX deal fails, exchange consolidations scrutinised

The success rate of cross-border stock exchange consolidations took another hit this week following the termination of a proposed US$3.4 billion merger between the London Stock Exchange Group (LSE) and Canada’s TMX Group
Headline Article Finance 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

UK Bribery Act takes effect

The UK Bribery Act took effect on July 1, becoming the most stringent regulations on bribery and corruption anywhere in the world.
Breaking News Article Reports 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars

BHP Billiton's potash mine clears environmental standards

BHP Billiton has received environmental approval for the development of its Jansen potash mine in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Breaking News Article Production and Markets 01 Jul 2011 0 Stars
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Russian precious-metals company Polymetal International plc has made significant progress at the Semcha platinum-group metals (PGM) property in the past year as it moves the project towards a preliminary economic assessment
The Republic of Guinea intends to launch, pursuant to the mining Code, a competitive and transparent invitation to tender for three bauxite mining blocks located in the prefectures of Boffa, Boké and Télimélé.
Indochine Mining Limited is developing a high-grade gold project at Mt Kare in PNG by rapidly developing wide, high-grade gold zones
Sarama Resources is a West Africa-focused gold explorer with substantial landholdings in Burkina Faso, Liberia and Mali.
Midway Gold is an emerging, near-term gold producer on track to bring its first million-ounce project, the Pan mine, to production in 2014
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