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The dismal art

There's supply and then there's supply; knowing the difference can save serious heartache

Jury out on Cascabel resource

Not all agree, but there is plenty of support for SolGold's first pass numbers

TMAC appoints banker as CEO

BMO mining chief to take on mining company with operational issues

Dumont back as nickel-cobalt opportunity

Quebec nickel-cobalt project taking calls from interested parties

upcoming mining journal events

SEG 2017 Conference, Ore Deposits of Asia: China and Beyond

Detailed Event Info: The Organizing Committee is pleased to invite you to the SEG 2017 Conference, Ore Deposits of Asia:...

Build it, and they will come

THE mine in the Philippines that many said would never be built is being built, and with investors and...

MJ comment

31 MAY 2012

New door may be opening for Berkeley

WHEN the ubiquitous and apparently hugely successful Ian Middlemas gets involved in a company, it’s often...

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24 MAY 2012

No easy streets in wild West Africa

LIKE bees to the honey pot, mining entrepreneurs continue to see big opportunity in the emerging West...

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09 MAY 2012

Mirabela meter continues to run … but where to next?

THE old adage about the dangers of catching a falling knife may come to the mind of some nickel bears...

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03 MAY 2012

Energy kicks in … long after the start

MURMURINGS about the latest renaissance for uranium (this time in relation to post-Fukushima) have been...

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05 APRIL 2012

Pssst … silver's the word

LIKE silver? Have the means and wherewithal to invest on an exchange outside of Australia? Want some...

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29 MARCH 2012

Straight talker

I've decided to call it a day, so this will be the last Fifth Column I'll write. And, looking back over...

Australia

16 DECEMBER 2011

Faith in exploration

Very few young geologists get the chance not only to be involved in the discovery of a world-class orebody,...

Australia

09 DECEMBER 2011

Continuing to trade up

Back at the beginning of the 1980s, Brian Hinchcliffe (pictured) was a trader at J Aron and Co when he...

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02 DECEMBER 2011

Rothschild on war path

There's an enthralling bust-up between Nat Rothschild, the aristocratic billionaire financier, and the...

Asia

18 NOVEMBER 2011

Doing own thing

Chris Fraser says he decided to take his career in a different direction after being lead adviser on...

Europe/Middle East

11 NOVEMBER 2011

New story to tell

On Tuesday this week, Leanne Baker took over as chief executive of Sutter Gold Mining Inc. If you have...

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04 NOVEMBER 2011

Having a plan

Colin Bird (pictured) recalls he was absolutely euphoric when presented with results from the first drilling...

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28 OCTOBER 2011

Next target for Johnson

They say you have to kiss a lot of frogs before you find your prince, and that seems to be the case these...

Africa

21 OCTOBER 2011

Mongolian push

It has all happened so quickly. It is as recently as February last year that Hunnu Coal Ltd listed on...

MJ comment

14 OCTOBER 2011

Top dollar

Gold at US$18,000/oz? That's what Roland Phelps has been getting, making it, he claims, “the most expensive...

Europe/Middle East

07 OCTOBER 2011