UNDERGROUND

Gwalia genesis already showing green shoots

WHILE Genesis Minerals is only a few weeks into ownership of St Barbara’s former Leonora assets managing director Raleigh Finlayson is confident its plan for the underperforming Gwalia underground mine is on the money.

Raleigh Finlayson speaking at Diggers & Dealers.

Raleigh Finlayson speaking at Diggers & Dealers.

Gwalia, the deepest trucking mine in the world, has underperformed in recent years, going from a circa 260,000 ounce per annum producer in 2017-18 to 138,050oz in FY23. After three disappointing quarters,...

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