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Another miner hit by labour shortage

GOLD miner Red 5 has become one of the latest to be hit by industry-wide labour shortages, which has forced it to downgrade production guidance from its flagship Darlot project in Western Australia.

 Red 5 is just the latest to revise production guidance down after struggling with labour shortages.

Red 5 is just the latest to revise production guidance down after struggling with labour shortages.

Red 5 told the Australian Securities Exchange it had revised ore production from Darlot down from 85,000 ounces to about 78,000oz for the financial year. All-in sustaining costs of production have increased...

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