Amanda is a senior reporter with more than 20 years' experience as a writer and editor. She has previously been a staff writer for The West Australian and a journalist for The Sunday Times, the Kalgoorlie Miner, Australia’s Mining Monthly and ResourceStocks. While living in the UK, Amanda wrote for the Newsquest group. She has also written for a broad variety of Australian online news outlets and was a publications manager for the Western Australian government. Amanda has a master’s degree in international journalism from the University of Western Australia, an undergraduate degree in commerce, and a diploma in journalism from the British National Council for the Training of Journalists. She has strong interests in history and book publishing.
The gold company created by a merger of Aphrodite and Excelsior has multiple lodes at depth at Zoroastrian deposit which are suited to underground mining.
Contractors have been drawing up quotes this month, with drilling at the historical mine project set to start later this quarter.
Smart City video camera networks across the globe could one day run on SenSen’s inexpensive smartphone technology-powered Gemineye solutions.
West Australian company Rox has a new managing director and a firm commitment to gold.
The lawyer has a controlling interest in Winchester which holds 9.16% of shareholder votes in Kingston.
Electrodes from Burke natural flake graphite had higher capacity than artificial electrodes in testing.
An upgrade to a plant to process Burpar project feed is at the engineering study and regulatory submission stage.
The group is connected to Riversgold substantial shareholder Greenwich Equities.