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EYEBROW

29 September 2017
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EYEBROW

26 September 2017

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Preaching from the pulpit

Are the days when of CEO hypocrisy coming to an end?

Majors edge lower

Copper, iron ore prices down

Skyharbour upbeat on uranium market and exploration

Exploration kicks off by company and option partners

Leagold plans Brio takeover

Unveils plans for a US$264 million all-scrip offer

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:...

Growing up is hard to do

THANK god it’s over – winter I mean, it was a grim one. The days are getting longer, the golf clubs have...

Size does matter

RISK and reward, no pain no gain, you can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs, there’s no such thing...

Was I born yesterday?

MARCH 15: I HEARD a great saying the other day, ascribed to some wise old mining guy: “Only invest in...

The art of communication

FEBRUARY 23: MANY years ago as a young geologist, I packed my satchel, left the cosy comforts of West...

View from the West End

22 FEBRUARY 2010

Picks and shovels

THAT old adage that in a gold rush it is best to be the one selling the picks and shovels has never been...

View from the West End

08 FEBRUARY 2010

All is calm, all is bright

CHRISTMAS is a time of certainty, at least in this country. The weather will be foul, the shops will...

View from the West End

21 DECEMBER 2009

The barbarous relic

NOVEMBER 30: I WAS playing golf recently in some corporate day or other and was paired with an American...

View from the West End

30 NOVEMBER 2009

What's in a name

NOVEMBER 2: IT IS a matter of historical record that the Newmont exploration team who carried out the...

View from the West End

03 NOVEMBER 2009

Keep it simple comrade

AS Australians we tend to sometimes think we deserve bragging rights on some issues, especially when...

View from the West End

21 OCTOBER 2009

Political risk - it's a game played everywhere

RISK is relative, in that we all have our own view of what is sensible, proper and fun, and what is just...

View from the West End

28 SEPTEMBER 2009

They're back

Thank god we finally won something, I was beginning to despair. London is full of Australians, Kiwis,...

View from the West End

07 SEPTEMBER 2009

The trouble with people

I HAVE an MBA! Well of course you do, I hear you say. Someone with their finger so firmly on the pulse...

View from the West End

24 AUGUST 2009

What have we learned?

AUGUST 10: AS A kid, I was pretty much the same as every other Australian country kid. I was an idiot....

View from the West End

08 AUGUST 2009

We're from the government, we're here to help

JULY 20: AS A young man, recently married, gainfully employed and still sans children, milestones seemed...

The pace of things

JUNE 29: IN THE words of Robert Louis Stevenson, “there are no foreign lands, it is the traveller only...

And so it ends

I COME to bury Rio, not to praise it. Rio Tinto lost its fight for survival last week. True, it may...