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2 October 2014
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DRYBLOWER 
Dryblower spots a light at the end of the iron ore tunnel


SOME investors thought they saw a light at the end of the iron-ore tunnel late last week, but whether it was just a train heading their way will become clearer after Tuesday when all-important production costs for the September quarter are calculated.
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Dryblower and the problem of activist investors


Dryblower on the currency effect, also known as “everything old is new again”


Dryblower on the next possible corporate stumble for iron ore


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PREMIUM FEATURES 
Growing number of companies in strife


RESEARCH has shown that a huge number of ASX-listed companies are in financial trouble which will almost certainly lead to a rise in collapses – though advisors are urging businesses to view voluntary administration as a positive tool.
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Surprise story behind big zinc find


Asteroid mining gets real (and ugly)


Global Wrap: Newmont, London Mining and more


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MINE SUPPLY TODAY 
In the footsteps of giants


HERE is a pop quiz: What do Bill Gates, Larry Ellison and Bob Muirhead have in common? Supply Side by Australia’s Mining Monthly editor Noel Dyson will try to explain.
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Honey, I shrunk the wheel loader


Ausdrill MD cleared of charges


Barminco posts ‘technical’ loss


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PROFESSIONAL PLACEMENTS 
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MINE PRODUCTION TODAY 
Beadell reaffirms guidance


DESPITE some challenges this year, Beadell Resources has flagged a big December quarter, allowing it to leave its gold sales guidance unchanged for 2014.
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Ramelius meets production targets


RAMELIUS Resources has met production guidance at both its Western Australian gold operations during the September quarter.
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Doray reduces debt position


DORAY Minerals has posted its first annual financial figures since starting up the Andy Well gold operation in Western Australia, highlighting firm control over costs and debt.
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Hillgrove reports 45% profit rise


Lower gold price hits Regis


First pour for Aurelia


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MINE GEAR TODAY 
Honey, I shrunk the wheel loader


MOST construction and mining workers love their big toys, be it a 400 tonne truck or a large construction wheel loader. So what happens when Lego decides to make a toy version of one of those toys?
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Blow this


BETTER advance rates, greater wall stability and ease of use are the key benefits the DriftShot initiation system from Dyno Nobel and its joint venture partner DetNet is expected to bring.
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Gaining traction


HOT on the heels of its 730E-8 truck, Komatsu Australia has rolled out the HM400-3M0, a 40 tonne payload articulated dump truck.
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FINAL CALL 
Stocks fall back


THE local market fell back into the red today as sour overseas leads exacerbated the effects of choppier commodity pricing.
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Ochre leads iron players


Poseidon close to securing funding


Chinalco jumps on copper drilling


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INVESTMENT 
Poseidon close to securing funding


POSEIDON Nickel CEO David Singleton expects to announce a financing deal for the Windarra project later this month and is confident of strong demand for the equity component – with or without major shareholder Andrew Forrest’s support.
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South African miner ditches ASX


Stocks to Watch: October


More coal mine closures ahead: Glencore


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IPOs 
Emperor Range launches IPO


ADELAIDE-based, China-focused explorer Emperor Range Group has opened its $A4.5 million initial public offering.
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MINERAL EXPLORATION 
Northern Star’s drilling push paying off


NORTHERN Star Resources is confident of growing resources and the mine life of its Jundee operation after drilling hit more than 3000 grams per tonne in a new area.
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First ‘exceptional’ results from Nebo


Surprise story behind big zinc find


Exploration technology a big focus for Friedland


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MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS 
Mastermyne buys contractor for $20M


QUEENSLAND-based Mastermyne has acquired fellow contractor Diversified Mining Services in a deal worth $A20 million.
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Indophil recommends takeover offer


MinRes delays Iron Valley shipments


Alacer not keen on OceanaGold tie-up


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ENVIRONMENT 
Industry takes front foot on carbon


GLOBAL energy giants Peabody Energy Australia, Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton, Shell International and Chevron have joined a leadership roundtable that has been established to develop low emissions technologies for fossil fuels.
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Millions in ‘dead’ tenement bonds to be returned


Sabotage needs firm action


Time for mining law fact-check


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Stocks fall back


THE local market fell back into the red today as sour overseas leads exacerbated the effects of choppier commodity pricing.
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Poseidon close to securing funding


POSEIDON Nickel CEO David Singleton expects to announce a financing deal for the Windarra project later this month and is confident of strong demand for the equity component – with or without major shareholder Andrew Forrest’s support.
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Mining Briefs: Golden Rim, Red Mountain and more


IN Mining Briefs today: Golden Rim consolidates project; drilling from Red Mountain and ERA; Sayona buys Pilbara project; Besra resumes production; and Sumatra Copper & Gold converts loan.
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LATIN AMERICA

Beadell reaffirms guidance

Chilean miners go it alone on energy

Cabral weakens with maiden resource

Centaurus plans production by April




M&E NSW

A personal focus

Sounding healthy

Conveying excellence

Electric ingenuity to go on display

Austrade joins with Reed for Ozmine 2014

Mental health focus at M&E

Putting its orange nuts on show

Rhino liquid storage solutions on show

Accessing a higher plane

Driving down CHPP costs


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   TODAY'S STORIES CONTINUED


The bright side of abandonment


ST GEORGE Mining says losing the biggest miner in the world as a partner last year was “a great result for us” as the junior tips a major discovery ahead of new drilling.
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South African miner ditches ASX


Shares in Vantage Goldfields surged 60% this afternoon after it announced plans to return capital to shareholders and delist from the Australian Securities Exchange.
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Chinalco jumps on copper drilling


SHARES in Chinalco Yunnan Copper Resources jumped about 20% this morning following drilling results from its Jubilee prospect near Mount Isa.
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Industry takes front foot on carbon


GLOBAL energy giants Peabody Energy Australia, Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton, Shell International and Chevron have joined a leadership roundtable that has been established to develop low emissions technologies for fossil fuels.
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Capital Watch: White Cliff, Predictive and more


IN Capital Watch today: White Cliff attracts investment; Predictive funds Bongou; Gulf plans ahead; Malachite tweaks convertible notes; and Audalia raises cash for WA ops.
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Chinese property’s long commodity shadow
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HOW long will it hang over iron ore? The Outcrop by Robin Bromby.
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Lougher unfazed by nickel price plunge


NICKEL may have hit a new six-month low overnight but Western Areas boss Dan Lougher says it’s nothing more than a “lull”.
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Sweetening the deal


ALTONA Mining has received the first tranche of $US89.2 million ($A102.6 million) from the sales of its Finnish assets, yielding an improved transaction due to a weaker Australian dollar.
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Growing number of companies in strife
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RESEARCH has shown that a huge number of ASX-listed companies are in financial trouble which will almost certainly lead to a rise in collapses – though advisors are urging businesses to view voluntary administration as a positive tool.
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Poseidon inks Nickel West offtake


MONTHS of negotiations have culminated in Poseidon Nickel signing an offtake agreement with BHP Billiton Nickel West for its Windarra project in Western Australia.
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Hillgrove repays Kanmantoo gold loan


AFTER posting strong half-year financial and operational figures last week, Hillgrove Resources has closed out a 2012 financing facility for its flagship Kanmantoo copper mine in South Australia.
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Beadell reaffirms guidance


DESPITE some challenges this year, Beadell Resources has flagged a big December quarter, allowing it to leave its gold sales guidance unchanged for 2014.
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Hands on approach to benefit shareholders


STRENGTHENED through trial and error, Drilling Resource Partners has evolved its business model into Raptor Global Corporation, with a more hands-on approach to look after the best interests of its shareholders and its clients. By Anthony Barich - RESOURCESTOCKS*
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Stocks fall heavily


GLOBAL stocks fell overnight on economic and geopolitical concerns, while commodities were mixed.
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News Wrap


IN THIS morning’s News Wrap: unions explore fine print on BHP job cuts; Mincor says nickel to bounce back in 2015; and ASX suspends Clive Palmer’s Australasian Resources.
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Miners wallow despite rebound


MINING companies remained in the red today even as the broader market extended recent gains.
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Mining Briefs: Indo, GBM and more


MAKING Mining Briefs today: Indo project unviable; GBM sells operation; early results from Kimberley; Impact earns in; Hill End extends agreement; and drilling results from Cleveland, Cradle, Magnis and BMG.
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Millions in ‘dead’ tenement bonds to be returned


THE Western Australian Mines Department has moved to return $A6 million in bonds to mining companies and individual investors which once held tenements now considered dead.
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