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"I cut my hair so I didn't look like Donald Trump today"

St Barbara boss Bob Vassie says he often has to remind Americans a former president, Herbert Hoover, was a mining engineer who ran the Gwalia gold mine in Western Australia in its formative years more than a century ago. Vassie is currently the man in charge of the still-strong producer of the yellow metal. It’s the deepest trucking mine in the world today and one of the lowest-cost producers in the industry.

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One of these men is following in the footsteps of a former US president

Opening an Australian gold-sector focussed session at the Denver Gold Forum in Colorado Springs this week, Vassie said the historic Gwalia mine continued to rack up production and profit numbers the