Stakeholder Engagement

Acknowledgment of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands in which we operate. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present, and emerging, and to their continuing cultural and spiritual connections to their lands.

Our Stakeholder Engagement Policy outlines our commitment to establishing and maintaining collaborative and respectful engagement with all identified stakeholders.

When we say stakeholders, we don’t just mean the people reading this

Our stakeholders include, but aren’t limited to, our employees, contractors, and suppliers. They’re our investors, Government departments (at local, state, and national levels), and local members of communities in which we operate, including the traditional owners and pastoralists.

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Responsible Mining for our communities

We work to ensure our exploration and mining-related activities are carried out in a manner that minimises that impacts on the communities we work near, or within, and affected stakeholders with common land interests.

We aim to contribute to positive economic development and social wellbeing of our local communities, through providing opportunities for employment, training and development, and the supply of goods and services, sponsorships, donations, and community support.

Restarting operations at Paulsens and Coyote Gold Operations will realise benefits to the local communities in the regions, providing opportunities for employment and training to the local Traditional Owners and regional communities.

Aboriginal Cultural Heritage

We actively engage with the land’s Traditional Custodians to:

Communicate mine development plans to all associated Groups, to keep them informed of company development plans in their claim boundaries.

Comply with heritage protection agreements and follow the process for notifying the Groups of upcoming works within their claim boundary for exploration and prospecting lease applications.

Complete heritage surveys to ensure that cultural values are protected, or appropriate action is taken in the event that an unavoidable impact is identified in the mine planning stages.