And it really does just depend The legalities of rock, mineral, and fossil collecting are multi-faceted and fact-specific Questions about the legality of specimen collecting sit at the intersections of multiple areas of law, including real estate law, environmental law, mining law, ,...

In the wilds of Kahurangi National Park, a tramper disappears two days before Christmas, sparking a huge search and rescue effort Several years later, Alistair Levy has still not been found It was late afternoon by the time he reached the hut, a welcome sight ,...

Aug 07, 2019 0183 32 New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, 14 August 1841, Page 3 LOSS OF THE WHALING BARQUE DAVID Last Wednesday week it blew a strong gale from the South, and the day was much overcast This vessel, commanded by Captain Mill, and owned by Messrs Henty, of Launceston, in running for the Straits, found herself embayed in Palliser Bay...

Coromandel Forest Park is a protected area and conservation park administered by the Department of Conservation, covering 71,899 hectares of the Coromandel Peninsula, in the Thames Coromandel District of the Waikato Region It consists of hills and valleys covered in dense native bush One of the valleys, Kauaeranga Valley, also includes several swimming hol...

Oct 31, 2021 0183 32 Precious metals, primarily gold, worth £13 million is being flushed away through sewers every year, it has been claimed Analysis by Thames Water ,...

Dec 18, 2015 0183 32 Had a great yarn with both the blokes on duty, who really knew a vast amount about the process of recovering the gold Took the walk through a mine shaft and wondered at the conditions the miners had to work in There is an old battery that pounds the rocks up mounted by the main road into Thames as part of the welcome sign...

In Thames, New Zealand in 1868, a few rare reefs were on the surface but most were 100 - 200 feet below The miners created a network of shafts and tunnels using a pick-axe left and a hand held two-man chisel right to break up the rock and a shovel to move the rubble...

Of course the dyke rocks must not be compared with these they are more basic, and do not contain auriferous veins at the Tham Hitherto I have called the bed-rock at the Thames a tuff, or tufa, and in this I have been followed by Dr Hector and Mr Davis but a recent examination of the Malvern Hills has led me to doubt the propriety of the ....

A public meeting was held at the Great Barrier Island Sports and Social Club at Claris on Saturday 10th April 2010 between 10am and noon The population of the island is about 7-800 people including kids, and perhaps 300 adults were at the meeting The meeting was very informative, and that seems to have been agreed by a wide variety of people...

Mining in New Zealand began when the Māori quarried rock such as argillite in times prior to European colonisation Mining by Europeans began in the latter half of the 19th century New Zealand has abundant resources of coal, silver, iron ore, limestone and goldIt ranked 22 in the world in terms of iron ore production and 29th in gold production The total value of mineral production in New ....

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The Coromandel was declared a goldfield in 1862 after gold was found in the area Shortly after, in 1867 the Thames goldfield was also proclaimed after negotiations with Maori landowners In the early days mining and prospecting rights were issued as long as no-one else had a claim over an area, but a century later, in the 1980s, far more ....

The Thames Goldfields were established by proclamation in July 1867 and the towns of Grahamstown and Shortland sprang up to accommodate the rush of miners These areas, along with Parawai and Moanataiari, make up the present town of Tham People came from all over the world, including tin miners from Cornwall, whose skills were needed to dig the shafts down to the gold bearing quartz reefs...

The whole mine field produced 2,327,619oz bullion with a value of NZD 845 million The richest mine was the Manukau-Golden Crown-Caledonian mines, however, many other were only marginally smaller See also Search Google for Thames Gold Field Google ,...

Apr 05, 2021 0183 32 Naval mine washes ashore on beach in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea in Florida By Melissa Alonso and Alaa Elassar, CNN 4/5/2021 Hundreds of law ,...

Sep 18, 2020 0183 32 c1868 Grey Street above and present day below Source Grey Street, Shortland, showing first Post Office Ref 1/2-096130-G Remember that the colour is not exact but step back in time and take another look at Grey Street as our Thamesites knew it On a closer look, the road between the Mackay and Bowen aka Rolleston Streets is busy with ....

Nov 26, 2020 0183 32 Prices of Thames Locomotive and General Engineers, Thames NZ Dunedin Southern Press Ltd MINES STATEMENT BY THE MINISTER OF MINES, THE HON W J M LARNACH, CMG 24th JULY, 1885 Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives, 1885 Session I, C-06 GOLDFIELDS, ROADS, WATER-RACES, AND OTHER WORKS IN CONNECTION WITH MINING ,...

Jun 07, 2019 0183 32 West Coast man finds 177-gram gold nugget valued at up to 25k 6 00 pm on 7 June 2019 Katie Todd, Reporter Katietodd_NZ katietodd rnzconz Gold fever has hit the West Coast after a local man stumbled upon the biggest gold nugget seen by local buyers in up to five decades on Monday The gold nugget found by Craig Douglas...

In Environmental Impacts of Coal Mining Utilization, 1987 32 Framework of Land Reclamation Requirements In recent years many countries have developed and adopted laws, national programmes and specific policies for environmental protection The basis of most laws applicable to the mining industry and its effect on land seeks to control land management, protect resources and regulate land ....

Tairua opal mine, Tairua, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, New Zealand The first news found of opals at this site was 1897, stating the Opal Mining Company was obtaining blocks of stone traversed by opal veins In 1898 it is reported Blair, Tregoweth and party are ....

Oct 30, 2021 0183 32 Mike Baronick reacts after seeing the name of his wife, who died from COVID-19, written on a rock during his first visit to the Rami s Heart COVID-19 Memorial in Wall Township, NJ, Wednesday, Oct 27, 2021 The memorial, which started out on a Jersey shore beach made of shells and rocks, has found a permanent home at Allaire Community Farm...

Moanataiari Mine, Thames, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, New Zealand Historic gold mine This mine operated more or less continuously from shortly after gold was discovered in the area in 1867, until the 1930 s In the early days it was the fourth largest gold ....

384 37 comments Continue browsing in r/rockhounds r/rockhounds A public subreddit for the discussion of rock hunting, rock collecting, crystals and mineralogy, geology, lapidary arts and rocks in general Topics include outings and trips, polishing, tumbling, cabochons, slabs and specimens Feel free to ask a question or post a picture 102k...

Chatham Rock Phosphate - offshore phosphate development, involving New Zealand s first offshore mining permit Petrobras - New Zealand exploration and Greenpeace judicial review proceedings Cargill - investment in the Spring Creek mining venture, including acquisition, shareholder, operating, transport and sale contracts...

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Sep 30, 2021 0183 32 Also visit The Treasury on Queen Street in Thames and use the online database and Journal on their web site TheTreasuryorgnz Gold rushes occurred around the world, in fairly quick succession and miners tended to move from one country to another, chasing the gold Many mines were named after Australian mines or American stat...

The Coromandel Gold Rushes on the Coromandel Peninsula and around the nearby towns of Thames and Waihi in New Zealand in the nineteenth century were moderately successful Traces of gold were found about 1842 A small find was made near Coromandel in 1852 and a larger find in August 1867 when there was a modest rush But Thames acquired a reputation for speculative holding of ,...

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The majority of the objects held at Thames School of Mines are geological specimens, displayed within the Mineralogical Museum This Museum was set up as a teaching and instructional museum for students at the School of Min The range of the collection includes standard specimens found throughout New Zealand to items from Antarctica and even outer space...

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