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Plus, Red 5 wins a plug from Gold Fields and Saracen, Metal Bank highlights big potential for its Triumph gold find, Blackstone buzzes on back of its cobalt buy and Allan Kelly returns with Riversgold

Kalgoorlie turned on the weather for this year’s Diggers & Dealers bash which was just as well given the difficulty which the more hardy of the 2200 delegates had finding a taxi after 2am.

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Plus, the whiff of a big find at Jundee, Geopacific starts re-rating on Kula success, Tawana set to fly through lithium’s open window and Slovakian gold hopeful to bang IPO drum in Kalgoorlie

Diggers & Dealers kicks off in Kalgoorlie next week with the biggest roll up in five years expected. The 2000-plus mining and finance types due to rock up are doing so with the hope of divining something they did not already know, thrown in with a liberal dose of bonhomie. But the fun police at ASIC insist nowadays that companies release market sensitive information when it comes to hand.

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Rising price of the red metal puts spotlight on Avalon. Plus, Oklo shares get a wriggle on as first assays dribble in from its Mali gold project

There is nothing quite like a spike in the copper price to lift the mood in the mining space.

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Plus, Breaker’s growing gold discovery puts it on the takeover radar

Jervois (ASX:JRV) has been knocking around the junior end of the mining market since before most of us were born.

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Plus, Kairos adds a cobalt leg in an emerging area just south of Breaker Resources’ world-class gold discovery

Rio Tinto is not spending $US1.9 billion on developing its Amrun bauxite project south of Weipa on Cape York Peninsula on a wing and prayer. Due to start production in the first half of 2019, Amrun’s planned annual output of 22.8 million tonnes will both augment Rio’s existing Weipa operation, as well as allow a step-up in exports of the alumina/aluminium raw material to China. The stepped-up export opportunity comes from the hand-over-fist growth in China’s aluminium industry, and the demands it is making on China’s domestic supplies of bauxite.

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Plus, the alluring combination of borate and lithium fuels demand for new float

Exploration for porphyry-style copper/gold deposits with their potential for big and long-lived production is normally the preserve of the major miners. And more often than not their exploration effort is in far-flung places like the Andes and the Gobi.

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Plus, Nusantara Resources comes to market seeking up to $20m to get its 1.74moz Awak Mas gold deposit moving towards production and Spitfire set for first assays

The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is not everyone’s cup of tea. But it is the place to be if big and high-grade copper and cobalt tickles your fancy. In recent times it has been the ever-tinny Robert Friedland who has highlighted the DRC’s premier address for copper, with his Ivanhoe Mines making the Kamoa–Kakula copper discovery in a previously unknown extension of the Central African copper belt.

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Plus, Image Resources prepares to cash in on rising mineral sands prices

Melbourne’s bustling Tolga Kumova made a name for himself by taking Syrah (SYR) from a penny dreadful to the $700m .....

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