Media Releases

June 8, 2015

Gidji Roasters Replaced by UFG

Part of KCGM’s $98 million ‘Emissions Reduction Project’, the new 30 tonne per hour (tph) UFG Mill completely eliminates atmospheric stack emissions from the Gidji Processing Plant.

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May 6, 2015

Recruitment Begins for Hidden Secret

Eleven new positions have been created at KCGM’s Mt Charlotte Underground Mine following recent approval of the Hidden Secret project.

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April 28, 2015

KCGM Management Processes to be Streamlined

KCGM announced today that management processes at its operations will be streamlined to remove duplication and allow for greater efficiency in decision making. The Joint Venture Owners of KCGM, Newmont and Barrick, recently agreed that in the interests of improving efficiency and given Barrick’s reduced regional presence in Australia, Newmont will provide greater direction and support to operation of the mine.

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December 18, 2014

KCGM – A Celebration of 25 Years

KCGM commemorated its 25th Anniversary of operating on the Golden Mile with publication of a hard cover book.

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December 18, 2014

KCGM Staff Christmas Gift to the Community

KCGM’s staff is bringing Christmas cheer to four local organisations with the donation of its latest LTI Bonus of $24,000 and a $2,000 staff fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s Christmas Hamper Appeal.

The $24,000 donation is being made on behalf of KCGM staff and contractors to celebrate reaching two million hours without a Lost Time Injury (LTI), meaning no one was absent from work due to a work related injury or illness during this time. The LTI Bonus will be donated to the Goldfields Women’s Refuge ($15,000), the Goldfields District Scouting Association ($6,000) and the Goldfields Regional Toy Library ($3,000).

KCGM Acting General Manager Ian Butler said the donation was a reflection of KCGM staff’s generosity toward their community.

“The LTI Bonus was originally given to staff as a symbol to keep striving for these safety milestones. Around five years ago staff decided they wanted to donate the rewards for reaching our safety milestones to the community,” he said.

“The decision to support the Goldfields Women’s Refuge, the Goldfields District Scouting Association and the Goldfields Regional Toy Library came after these organisations were suggested by KCGM staff members.

“It is fitting that our LTI Bonus is providing the Women’s Refuge with $15,000, particularly at this time of year when there is an increase in the number of women and children seeking shelter from unsafe environments.”

Goldfields Women’s Refuge Manager, Janet Harvey, said that the Refuge relies heavily on donations and the KCGM staff’s donation will be used to purchase much needed resources for people in very difficult circumstances, as well as food and other essential supplies.

“This allows us to keep our facility running and to be able to help the women and children who come to us. We always welcome donations of food, clothing and white goods but we have had less this year. This gift from KCGM staff will allow us to buy essentials to help our clients to start new lives,” she said.

Mark Faulks, District Commissioner for the Goldfields Scouting Association, says the group will use the donation from KCGM staff to assist with upgrading the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides District Camp Grounds. The $6,000 will purchase a donger block of showers and toilets, allowing up to 80 people to camp overnight. This will provide an activity and meeting area for the district’s 124 scouts as well as a source of income, allowing the groups to complete more community work and outdoor activities and to direct fundraising to other activities.

The Goldfields Regional Toy Library will use their $3,000 donation to purchase materials to help recruit more members and to conduct outreach activities in the community.

Previous KCGM safety milestone bonuses have been donated to the Mayor’s Blanket Appeal, the Goldfields Aged Pensioners Relief Fund, the Kalgoorlie Regional Hospital and Goldfields Rehabilitation Services.

The Salvation Army have also benefitted from the generosity of KCGM staff, with nearly $2,000 raised through donation envelopes placed across site and a raffle held at the KCGM Christmas Parties. The Salvation Army will use the funds to provide Christmas Hampers to those in need.

Media enquiries:
Peta Jurgens
KCGM Community Relations Coordinator
Phone: 9022 1195

Enquiries regarding the Goldfields Women’s Refuge should be directed to Janet Harvey on 9021 2836 or

Enquiries regarding the Goldfields District Scouting Association should be directed to Mark Faulks on 0448 114 884 or

Enquiries regarding the Goldfields Regional Toy Library should be directed to Caroline Hooper on 0407 414 388 or

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