UNDERGROUND

At Gwalia the focus is one day at a time

A FOCUS on the basics of short-term scheduling seems to be a key reason why St Barbara’s Gwalia underground gold mine near Leonora in Western Australia’s Eastern Goldfields is looking at a stronger second half.

The focus is on getting enough ore to the mill.

The focus is on getting enough ore to the mill.

The operation posted some disappointing numbers in St Barbara's December quarterly, however, it looks like there are better days ahead. That is without the benefits the Genesis Minerals-St Barbara merger...

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