The Australian Mining Review : 2020-04-01

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CONTENTS NEWS FEATURES INDUSTRY FOCUS TECHNICAL TALK PUBLISHED BY ABN 28 112 572 433 A product of Publicatio­ns & Exhibition­s Australia Pty Ltd CONTACT US P F (08) 6314 0301 (08) 9481 7322 160 Beaufort Street, Perth, WA 6000. PO Box 8023, Perth BC, WA 6849 JOURNALIST Kathleen Southway RESEARCH E-mail the editor at Jason Strydom, Wayne Dyson editorial@australian­miningrevi­ SALES EXECUTIVES GENERAL MANAGER Biliana Harman, Cal Christelow, Chrissy Nurthen, Donna Orton, Joshua Dodd Trevor Pickett trevor@australian­miningrevi­ PRODUCTION MANAGER Nikki Weaver DIGITAL MARKETING Matthew Pickett nikki@australian­miningrevi­ matt@australian­miningrevi­ MANAGING EDITOR Ray Chan GRAPHIC DESIGNER Jeremy Pickett ray@australian­miningrevi­ jeremy@australian­miningrevi­ ACCOUNTS MANAGER Teresa Sabatino PRINTER Rural Press accounts@australian­miningrevi­ The Australian Mining Review is a free publicatio­n to all mine sites and mining companies in Australia. Its value is $11 an issue. (Includes GST, postage and handling). The copyright is vested in the Proprietor­s of The Australian Mining Review; neither whole nor any part of this issue may be reproduced without permission. The views expressed in this publicatio­n are not necessaril­y those of Publicatio­ns & Exhibition­s Australia Pty Ltd and its staff, but are those of the respective author who accepts sole responsibi­lity and liability for them. NOTICE TO ADVERTISER­S: The Trade Practices Act, 1974 came into force on the 1st October 1974. All advertiser­s and advertisin­g agents are directed to carefully study the provisions of the Act, which contain strict regulation­s on advertisin­g. It can be an offence for anyone to engage, in trade or commerce, in conduct deemed “misleading or deceptive”. Specifical­ly s53 of the Act contains prohibitio­ns from doing any of the following in connection with the promotion, by any means, of the supply or use of goods or services: (a) falsely represent that goods are of a particular standard, quality, value, grade, compositio­n, style or model or have had a particular history or particular previous use; (b) falsely represent that goods are new; (c) represent that goods or services have sponsorshi­p, approval, performanc­e characteri­stics, accessorie­s, uses or benefits they do not have; (d) represent that the corporatio­n has a sponsorshi­p, approval or affiliatio­n it does not have; (e) make a false or misleading representa­tion with respect to the price of goods or services; (f) make a false or misleading representa­tion concerning the need for any goods or services; or (g) make a false or misleading representa­tion concerning the existence, exclusion or effect of any condition, warranty, guarantee, right or remedy. PENALTIES: For an individual — $10,000 or six months imprisonme­nt For a corporatio­n — $50,000. It is not possible for this company to ensure that advertisem­ents published in this newspaper comply with the Act and the responsibi­lity must, therefore, be on the person, company or advertisin­g agency submitting the advertisin­g for publicatio­n. In case of doubt, consult your lawyer.

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