The Assay TV hears from Patrick Duffy, Chief Corporate Development Officer of Red 5 Ltd. (ASX: RED), about its flagship King of the Hills (KOTH) Gold Mine in Western Australia, which hosts a Mineral Resource of 4.12Moz and Ore Reserve of 2.4Moz, with 16 years mine of life.


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Red 5's Managing Director, Mr Mark Williams, outlines what makes King of the Hills such a stand-out gold mine under development in the Australian gold industry.


Australia claims the top spot for gold production in the world, as the spot price hovers around $US1800 an ounce. Advocates say it's still a safe haven for wealth and isn't losing its shine to digital currencies.


Construction progress at King of the Hills at 4 September 2021.


Construction progress at King of the Hills at 28 August 2021


Red 5's Patrick Duffy has conducted an investor interview with the SNN Network in the United States, in advance of the upcoming Previous Metals Summit 2021 at the Beaver Creek Virtual Event, September 8-11, 2021.


Construction progress at the King of the Hills plant site at 23 August 2021.


Red 5 Proactive Interview 11 August 2021 Red 5 Limited's Patrick Duffy tells Proactive's Andrew Scott they're continuing to make significant progress with the development of its 2.4 million ounce, 16-year life-of-mine King of the Hills gold project in Western Australia. He says it's now passed the 50% project completion milestone. Duffy adds that the project is progressing on schedule for first gold in the June Quarter 2022.


At end of July 2021, the $226 million King of the Hills Project in Western Australia has passed 50% project completion. First gold is expected in the first half of 2022.

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