And it's a normal, critically sensible procedure anyway. Carried out with the early drilling, it provides baseline data for ground water flow, facilitates the process of obtaining permits, provides environmental impact data and prevents problems later on in the mining operation, particularly when the miner may wish to expand the footprint. Anyway, what delay?
Wot, Welsh, you can't buy a mine in a supermarket?!! And there I was thinking that it was old-fashioned not-so-subtle negativity. 'Aren't we at risk of a hostile takeover?' ... 'Isn't the gold going to take a long time to get out of the ground?' Woe is me, I must be an old cynic.
Clairesmith. The FIRB scrutinises, regulates and blocks when necessary proposals by foreign individuals and corporate entities to invest in Australia according to the Foreign Acquisitions and Takeovers Act 1975 and Australian Foreign Policy. Covid has brought extra awareness to the Australian Treasury of attacks on Australian companies and corporations. Blocks in areas of sensitive national security business include electric vehicle batteries, lithium, renewable energy, cobalt (other minerals) and not surprisingly defence sectors and gold.
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Hi Mush, 'it is walking football at Gloucester'. Is that walking between pubs? (wink)
'Once in a generation discovery'. I agree, Thedoors. In terms of relativity I haven't been investing in GGP that long and sometimes the whole 'Tier 1 world class discovery' thing seems surreal, but Havieron is definitely a massive object that warps the fabric of space-time, a distortion that manifests as gravity and keeps me glued to my shares.
At Havieron, growth drilling continues to outline high grade mineralisation outside of the initial Inferred Mineral Resource estimate. o HAD133W1 located in the South East Crescent, has returned 133m @ 7.0g/t Au & 0.05% Cu from 1,446m, including 55.9m @ 9.7g/t Au & 0.04% Cu from 1,449.5m, ~250m below the initial Inferred Mineral Resource estimate. o Higher grade zones in the Northern Breccia to the north west of the initial Inferred Mineral Resource estimate were confirmed, with HAD140 returning 29.1m @ 9.7g/t Au & 0.29% Cu from 813.2m and HAD141 returning 87m @ 1.8g/t Au & 0.05% Cu from 1,328m including 17.8m @ 5.7g/t Au & 0.14% Cu from 1,378.5m.
Sandeep says he's excited. He's not the only one. Night all, ATB JET x
Thanks for the document Bamps. What AZY have done is really interesting. Given that they are already partnered with big names like NCM and Rio, surely AZY have to be a contender for life after GGP? As for now, I'm anticipating good things tonight. ATB JET
Rellim: 'Viking, ... she is in the best place and with our caring health professionals, no doubt receiving the best care in the world.'
Viking, I'm sorry to hear about your sister-in-law. Is she in SUH? It's one of the best in the country. My other half was lucky enough to have one of the country's top surgeons who spends half his time at SUH and half at Addenbrookes. He's one of the few surgeons who are carrying out pioneering operations using the latest keyhole robotic techniques. And luckily, the next door neighbours are also surgeons at SUH and Addenbrookes. They certainly made a lot of holes in David. I suggested I take him out into the garden, pour a lot of water in him and use him as a garden sprinkler, like a Tom & Jerry cartoon. He saw the funny side - eventually.