MINING.com Staff

Canadian miner’s project in Mexico halted by Hurricane Willa

Hurricane Willa made landfall on Mexico's Pacific coast as a Category 3 on October 23, 2018.

Lupaka’s project in Peru hit by demonstrators

The protesters have blockaded the access road directly outside of the main gate of the mine.

Western Uranium & Vanadium to re-open the Sunday Mine Complex

The complex extends for 3,748 hectares and consists of five individual mines currently in Temporary Cessation.

First Cobalt promotes its American ‘blue gold’

The Canadian miner released a video aimed at selling high the product of its flagship asset.

Cornwall’s historic South Crofty tin mine revival a step closer

Strongbow Exploration plans to bring the mine back into production following a proposed dual listing on London's AIM market.

Toronto miner’s gold production spikes 199%

RNC Minerals reported 58,460 ounces of gold production for the first nine months of 2018.

Pan American Silver to pay $2 million for interest in Mexico’s Sandra-Escobar Project

The project sits on top of the Mexican Silver Trend.

Iamgold to apply for mining concession at ‘promising’ project in Senegal

Company said feasibility study for its Boto gold asset outlines an economically robust, low cost production project which will produce 140,000 ounces of gold annually on average over a 13-year lifespan.

Greatland finds copper, silver and gold at Australia project’s Scallywag target

Precious metal minersaid the target represents "a high priority" for further exploration given its large size.

RNC kicks off gold exploration drilling program at Australian project

Objective is to expand upon the Father's Day Vein high grade gold discovery at the A Zone area of the Beta Hunt mine, near Kambalda, Western Australia.

Lonmin in $200m loan deal with state-backed Chinese company

Under the deal, Lonmin will repay most of the loan by delivering platinum and palladium over a three year period to a subsidiary of Jiangxi Copper, China’s largest copper producer.

Nova Scotia needs $19.5m to unlock mineral potential

The mining and quarrying industry is seeking government funding for an airborne geophysical survey program, considered an essential tool for attracting investment and job creation to the province.