St Barbara has resumed full operations at the Simberi gold mine in Papua New Guinea following illegal industrial action at the site.
Gold miner St Barbara has taken a 10 per cent share in ASX-listed junior ABM Resources, which is raising funds to execute an exploration program in the Tanami district.
Gold miner St Barbara is investigating a change in its mining and haulage methods at the historic Gwalia mine in Western Australia.
St Barbara has lifted its gold production guidance for the 2018 financial year. The miner now expects to produce from 365,000 to 385,000 ounces (oz) of gold from the Gwalia and Simberi mines in 2017–2018.
The historic Gwalia gold mine in Western Australia is set for the next stage in its 120-year life after St Barbara launched an extension project at the site this year.
It was a big night for the industry as the winners of the 2017 Australian Mining Prospect Awards took to the stage at Ivy in Sydney.
Gold miner St Barbara scooped the Digger of the Year award at the 26th Diggers & Dealers Mining Forum in Kalgoorlie this week.
St Barbara is carrying out a US$57 million notes buyback to drive down its debt levels.
With gold mining in good financial shape, some historic mines in the Kalgoorlie-Laverton-Leonora region in Western Australia are being revived or expanded.
St Barbara has carried out a buyback of US$10 million worth of its senior secured notes.
The mining industry and local Kalgoorlie community have joined forces to hold the annual Saint Barbara’s Festival from 3rd to 5th December 2015.
The Solomon Islands government have declared the Gold Ridge mine a disaster area, with the tailings dam close to overflow and environmental catastrophe.
St Barbara’s Gold Ridge tailings dam is reportedly close to collapse as its water levels continue to rise.
St Barbara has called on the Solomon Islands Government aid to ensure its tailings dam does not burst in the upcoming wet season.
St Barbara is in talks to hand the embattled Gold Ridge mine back to the Solomon Islands Government.
Following heavy rainfall and production and security issues, St Barbara has cut its workforce at its Solomon Islands’ Gold Ridge mine.
Hard times continue for Gold Ridge Mining, which will reduce its workforce to cut costs at their non-operational mine in the Solomon Islands.
St Barbara has appointed Bob Vassie as its new CEO and managing director.
St Barbara CEO Tim Lehany has resigned suddenly, and will leave the company at the end of this month.
Employees of gold miner St Barbara have been banned from re-entering the country by the Solomon Islands government, three weeks after heavy rain and catastrophic flash flooding caused the evacuation of the mine.