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One of Australia’s most notorious outlaws was identified by his remains dug up from under Melbourne’s now-disused Pentridge Prison, 131 years after the outcast was hanged for murder.
Waratah Coal Inc (TSX VENTURE: WCI) (Waratah) is pleased to announce a coal exploration target of 205 - 415 Billion tonnes in its Galilee Basin tenements and tenement applications. The exploration target has been declared following a broader tenement study using current and historical data.
In its Notice of Change to the Directors' Circular to be filed today, the Board of Directors of Waratah Coal Inc. ("Waratah") (TSX VENTURE: WCI) unanimously recommends that shareholders continue to reject the amended and revised offer from Mineralogy Pty Ltd.
Waratah Coal (TSX VENTURE: WCI) (Waratah) has been named Queensland Explorer of the Year at the Mining 2008 conference in Brisbane.
In its Directors' Circular filed today, the Board of Directors of Waratah Coal Inc. ("Waratah" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE: WCI) unanimously recommends that holders of Waratah common shares ("Shares") reject the unsolicited partial offer from Mineralogy Pty Ltd.
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The Bunyip is from Aboriginal mythology. It is a large creature that lives in the swamps, creeks, riverbeds, and waterholes of South Eastern Australia. However, stories of the Bunyip have been told throughout Australia. Written accounts of the creature were made by European settlers in the mid-nineteenth century as they colonized across the country. Today’s translation of the word Bunyip in the Aborigine language means “devil” or evil spirit. The actual word Bunyip didn’t appear in...
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.