A $4m market cap + 69,000oz resource in WA + huge growth potential with new drilling program = …

Not the type where people come running with picks and shovels, but rather with cheque books in the hope of securing established resources which can be combined with other nearby deposits to provide scale and feed a central plant. In a world of declining gold reserves, high-quality deposits within trucking distance of a plant are in strong demand. And this is the opportunity fast opening-up for First Au (ASX:FAU) and its shareholders. Thanks to its Gimlet gold discovery just 15km north of Kalgoorlie, First Au is well on its way to being a key player in any consolidation strategy which unfolds in this historic goldfield. First Au started drilling at Gimlet a little over a year ago and it has already established a JORC resource of 69,000oz. The discovery sits next door to the Teal, Jacques Find and Peyes Farm gold deposits owned by Horizon Minerals (formerly Intermin Resources), which has amassed a 289,000oz resource between the three. Gimlet is also within close trucking distance of five gold mills in the Kalgoorlie area, with several offering the toll treatment of ore to third parties. With the maiden resource under its belt, the scope to grow Gimlet is considered substantial, wi...

Bauxite Aggregates Market Evolving Technology, Trends and Industry Analysis 2026

Bauxite aggregates refers to the sedimentary rock, which has relatively high aluminum content. It is the primary source of aluminum in the world. Bauxite consists mostly of aluminum minerals gibbsite (Al (OH) 3), boehmite (γ-AlO (OH)) and diaspore (α-AlO (OH)), mixed with the two iron oxides goethite and hematite, aluminum clay mineral kaolinite, and small amounts of anatase (TiO2) and ilmenite (FeTiO3 or FeO.TiO2). Bauxite aggregates forms when laterite soils are severely leached of silica and other soluble materials in a wet tropical or subtropical climate. China is the leading producer of bauxite; the country accounts for almost 50% of the global production. It is followed by Russia, Canada, and India. Demand for aluminum has been rising significantly. The known reserves of its bauxite ore are sufficient to meet the global demand for aluminum. Bauxite is the primary ore of aluminum. Almost all of the aluminum that has been produced has been extracted from bauxite. The U.S. possesses a few small bauxite deposits. However, at least 99% of the bauxite used in the U.S. is imported. The country is also a major importer of aluminum metal. Bauxite aggregates constitute a mixture of ...

These top-rated hair removal creams and tools make this annoying process easier and less painful (phew!)

These top-rated hair removal creams and tools make this annoying process easier and less painful (phew!) For the record: Facial hair on women is very common, completely natural, and can be triggered by certain medications or hormonal changes—and you shouldn’t feel like you need to do anything about it. But if you do choose to remove it, we’re here to help.  Sure, you can head to a skincare professional for electrolysis or laser treatments, but a much more affordable and less time-consuming option is to use at-home products.  With so many hair removal creams, waxes, and tools available, how do you find the best one for your skin? “The key is to select a well-known brand, and to proceed with caution,” says Jeffrey Fromowitz, M.D., a dermatologist based in Boca Raton, Florida. “If you’re on the more sensitive side, look for a formula that is specifically [made] for sensitive skin,” says Lora Condon, a licensed esthetician based in East Westfield, New Jersey. “You can test it on parts of the body that don’t show just in case there’s a reaction. Most prefer behind the ear, the back of the neck, thigh, or even the inside the wrist.” (Stop using it immediately if you develop itch...

The new Thermage FLX adds speed and ease of use to the only monopolar radiofrequency (RF)

The new Thermage FLX adds speed and ease of use to the only monopolar radiofrequency (RF) device FDA-cleared for use on body and facial locations, including the eyelids, with a single treatment, according to a physician reporting at The Cosmetic Bootcamp (CBC). Vic Narurkar, M.D., called Thermage, “the treatment that everybody is doing, but many don’t talk about.” He is founder and director of the Bay Area Laser Institute, chairman of dermatology at California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, and a CBC cofounder and director. These days, he said, more heavily hyped new technologies capture headlines. Initially, Thermage earned a bad rap. “The first-generation Thermage was too painful, overly promoted and created fat atrophy,” said Dr. Narurkar, who has used Thermage for 11 years. Thermage is the first monopolar, capacitively coupled RF device that has been FDA-indicated for noninvasive treatment of periorbital, facial and body wrinkles, and temporary improvement in the appearance of cellulite. “And it is the only RF device that can be done with a single treatment as shown in peer-reviewed studies, histology and long-term results.” ...

UAAP: Defending champs NU to perform last in Cheerdance Competition

MANILA, Philippines — Defending champion National University (NU) Pep Squad will perform last in the 2019 edition of the UAAP Cheerdance Competition, after the drawing of lots was held on Wednesday afternoon at the Mall of Asia Arena. Head coach Gheeka Bernabe opted to choose first among all coaches, and grinned widely as she selected the pingpong ball bearing the No. 8. “Everyone’s expecting na magi-stick kami with the Disney concept,” said Bernabe, whose squad dominated the Cheerdance Competition last year after being dethroned in 2017. “But right now, siguro bibigyan namin ng more exciting performance. It’s very far from the previous years,” she said. “So ngayon, it’s a tribute to all the Filipinos.” Performing first is the De La Salle University Animo Squad, followed by the University of the East Pep Squad. The University of the Philippines Pep Squad will perform third, followed by the Ateneo de Manila University Blue Babble Battalion. Ball Race Bearing The Far Eastern University Cheering Squad, last year’s runners-up, will perform fifth, followed by the Adamson University Pep Squad, which ended up in third pl...

Olympic gold medal swimmer de Verona at free Greenwich speaking event

Donna de Verona, Olympic gold medalist in swimming, will have a conversation with David Weisbrod on “Major Issues Surrounding the 2020 Tokyo Olympics” at the Greenwich Retired Men’s Association free speakers program October 2. Donna de Verona, Olympic gold medalist in swimming, will have a conversation with David Weisbrod on “Major Issues Surrounding the 2020 Tokyo Olympics” at the Greenwich Retired Men’s Association free Donna de Verona, Olympic gold medalist in swimming, will have a conversation with David Weisbrod on “Major Issues Surrounding the 2020 Tokyo Olympics” at the Greenwich Retired Men’s Association free speakers program October 2. Donna de Verona, Olympic gold medalist in swimming, will have a conversation with David Weisbrod on “Major Issues Surrounding the 2020 Tokyo Olympics” at the Greenwich Retired Men’s Association free The Greenwich Retired Men’s Association monthly Wednesday free speakers program will continue October 2 with Donna de Verona, Olympic gold medalist in swimming, who will have a conversation with David Weisbrod on “Major Issues Surrounding the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.” All the speaker events are open to the public, with no reservations required. Th...

Building A Foam Machine From A Leaf Blower And A Water Pump

Imagine a tub overflowing with bubble bath, except it’s a club dancefloor and music is pumping all night. This is what is known as a “foam party” — a wild and exciting concept that nonetheless many are yet to experience. The concept exploded in popularity in Ibiza in the 1990s, and foam parties are regularly held at nightclubs and festivals the world over. Foam is generated with the obviously-named foam machine, and these can be readily purchased or hired for anyone wishing to host such an event. However, that’s not the hacker way. If you’re a little ingenious and take heed of the safety precautions, here’s how you can do it yourself. If you’ve ever blown bubbles, you’ll be familiar with the basic theory. Create a soap film across an opening, and then blow air through, and it’s possible to form a bubble. Foam is created the same way — it’s just millions and billions of tiny bubbles all stacked together. To generate a foam, we essentially need to blow loads of tiny bubbles all at the same time. Instead of a single bubble wand formed out of a loop of wire and dipped in soap, we need to create something much smaller, thousands of times in parallel. It’s the FPGA of bubble blowing. ...

Hobbyist 3D printers have had a home in the maker space for years now. Along the

Hobbyist 3D printers have had a home in the maker space for years now. Along the way, they’ve left a mark in our imaginations. They’ve tickled our fancy for watching a computer orchestrated symphony written in G-code hum away while cranking out parts. They’ve opened a door to the idea that while computer controlled machines may be decades old, having one or two homebrew setups in our garage might not be as far-fetched as we first thought. Now that we’ve seen the steppers and linear slides that go into these setups, it’s not unreasonable for many of us to start asking: What else? Perhaps a computer numerically controlled (CNC) lathe, mill, or even a laser cutter–anything that would add to the vocabulary of tools and techniques that we’re starting to build at home. Since 3D printers have become somewhat commonplace, it’s not too difficult to find commodity spare parts spilling to the surface of online vendors’ websites. We can even find kit versions for building our own variants. Now that the notion of CNC-at-home is here to stay, the question for 2016 is: do we build our own CNC tools or buy them? Despite the countless CNC build logs, extruded aluminum kits, and open source G-cod...

Shay Mitchell clothes her huge baby bump in a black dress

Last week she shared video of herself receiving a lap dance at a strip club… weeks before she’s due to give birth. But Shay Mitchell put on a far more sedate display on Tuesday, with the Pretty Little Liars star spotted running errands in Beverly Hills while wearing sliders on her feet. The 32-year-old clothed her pronounced baby bump in a simple yet elegant black dress for the outing.  Taking it easy: Shay Mitchell put on a low-key display on Tuesday, with the Pretty Little Liars star spotted running errands in Beverly Hills while wearing sliders on her feet Earlier this month, Shay hit a male strip show, with a group of friends, to celebrate what she dubbed a ‘baby bachelorette.’ The outing was documented on the fourth episode her Youtube show, Almost Ready, that was released last Wednesday.  Bumping along nicely: The 32-year-old clothed her pronounced baby bump in a simple yet elegant black dress for the outing The Pretty Little Liars alum was joined by her girl posse for a night out at the Magic Men Live strip show in Los Angeles. Clad in a skintight, mini dress in pink, the mom-to-be looked fantastic. She paired the look with PVC stilettos. For some ...

Toowoomba region town moves to higher water restrictions

THE Toowoomba region town of Nobby will move to medium level water restrictions on September 25, the Toowoomba Regional Council has announced. The council’s water and waste committee chair Cr Nancy Sommerfield said ongoing stress on the town’s bores forced the council to change the restriction level. “Council officers are monitoring the bores daily and it now is necessary to tighten Nobby’s restrictions to conserve our precious water supplies.” Cr Sommerfield said the community had been particularly understanding realised the importance of observing water restriction requirements to reduce their water consumption. “The Medium level has tighter restrictions around garden watering and more specific times for several outdoor water uses, such as cleaning, filling pools and for newly established gardens. No garden watering is allowed on Mondays. “Council continues to monitor our water supplies and is working with the other levels of government and the private sector to explore long-term water supply options.” Cr Sommerfield said residents were advised the winter hose watering hours, from 4.30pm to 5.30pm, would continue to September 30...

Electrocardiography (ECG or EKG) Market 2019 | What will be the growth of the Electrocardiography (ECG or EKG) Market by 2025 | Bionet, Midmark, Cardiac Science, GE Healthcare, Philips, Schiller, CardioNet 

This research report is equipped with the information categorize for  Electrocardiography (ECG or EKG)  Market by parameters such as players, brands, regions, types and application. The report also details the information about the global market status, competition landscape, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, challenges, opportunities and porter’s forces analysis with respect to these elements. Electrocardiography (ECG or EKG) is the process of recording the electrical activity of the heart over a period of time using electrodes placed over the skin. ECG market is majorly driven growing population with cardiovascular diseases. CVDs are responsible for over 3 million diseases annually. The key players covered in this study, Bionet, Midmark, Cardiac Science, GE Healthcare, Philips, Schiller, CardioNet, Welch Allyn, Spacelabs Healthcare, Custo med, Cardioline, Hill-Rom, Allengers Medical Systems, Eccosur, Nihon Kohden, Nexus Lifecare, Mindray, Johnson and Johnson, Edutek Instrumentation Market segment by Type, the product can be split into, Resting ECG Systems, Stress ECG Systems, Holter Monitors The Electrocardiography (ECG or EKG) market research report has been compile...

When you buy something using the retail links in our stories, we may earn a small

When you buy something using the retail links in our stories, we may earn a small commission. Outside does not accept money for editorial gear reviews. Read more about our policy. If your running shorts aren’t comfortable, you’ll notice it pretty quickly: they’ll chafe, they’ll sag, they’ll ride up. It’s enough to turn a fun jaunt into a nuisance and a long run into a much shorter one. Contrary to popular belief, everyone can wear running shorts—it’s just a matter of finding the ones that fit your body.  After two months of testing more than 30 models from ten companies over some 400 miles, four other women and I found that choosing a single best pair of shorts was nearly impossible—it’s too subjective. But we did find a handful of favorites that work well for different body shapes and preferences.  I’ve been running somewhat seriously for the last decade, from road marathons to 100-milers, and I’ve been informally judging shorts over thousands of miles of training. For this test, I covered a couple hundred miles a month for two months, running almost every day (and sometimes twice a day). I also enlisted four friends—marathoners and trail runners alike—to get an idea of what wo...

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