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Mar 27, 2012

From The Desk of Nick Nicolaas - Mining Interactive: Update from Bralorne Mines at the 2012 PDAC in Toronto




March 26, 2012
Bralorne Gold Mines LTD.
 TSXV - BPM; Frankfurt – GV7 (WKN A0B 75M); OTCQX – BPMSF
 
CANADIAN GOLD PRODUCTION
 
NEAR GOLD BRIDGE, SOUTH-WESTERN BRITISH COLUMBIA

 
 


Dear Friends,

Mike Niehuser from  Beacon Rock Research Interviews
Johnathon Smith, Investor Relations officer for Bralorne Gold Mines LTD, at the PDAC Toronto. 






Bralorne, another Gold Corp in the making????

Stay Tuned - - - as the Bralorne Gold Production Story Continuous to Excite!!



Regards from Vancouver,
 
Nick L. Nicolaas
Mining Interactive "Ahead of the Pack"
 

Bralorne Gold Vein
 
Bralorne
 
Nick L. Nicolaas
(604) 657-4058
nick@mininginteractive.com

From The Desk of Nick Nicolaas - Mining Interactive: Tasman’s Norra Karr HREE & Zr Project PEA Study Demonstrates Robust Economics and Long Mine Life



March 21, 2012
TASMAN METALS LTD.

TSXv - TSM; Frankfurt - T61 (WKN A0Y GN1); NYSE-AMEX - TAS


The Tasman Metals Rare Earth Story Update’


Norra Karr Heavy Rare Earth (HREE)
and Zirconium (Zr) Project in Southern Sweden

 
Positive Technical and Financial Results Achieved from the NI 43-101 Compliant Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) at Norra Karr, Demonstrating Robust Economics and Long Mine Life

 
For the PEA Financial Highlights, Key Project Attributes and the PEA please go directly to:
Mark Saxon, Tasman Metals President & CEO: 
“The PEA clearly demonstrates the strong economics of this highly strategic project, with the majority of the projected cash flow sourced from the production of the critical heavy rare earth elements, dysprosium, terbium and yttrium.

Norra Karr is one of the largest and most economically robust projects amongst its peers, due to the high contribution of the high value critical rare earth elements, the substantial capital and operating cost benefits provided by existing infrastructure, and the simple mineralogy that allows ambient temperature and pressure processing.”
 
Dear Fernando:
Here it is!  This PEA certainly speaks volumes.   The project milestones are being met and the estimated timing to produce by 2016 is moving forward on track.
 

Stay Tuned - - - for the next Chapter in the Tasman Metals Rare Earth Story!!!

 
Regards from Vancouver,

Nick L. Nicolaas
Mining Interactive "Ahead of the Pack"
 
 
Acronyms used:

REE rare earth elements, lanthanum to lutetium by atomic weight plus yttrium
LREE light rare earth elements, lanthanum to samarium by atomic weight
HREE heavy rare earth elements, europium to lutetium plus yttrium
TREO rare earth elements, calculated as oxides, including lanthanum to
            lutetium plus yttrium
HREO heavy rare earth elements, as per HREE above, calculated as oxides
LREO light rare earth elements, as per LREE above, calculated as oxides
Strategic Metals, Including Rare Earth Elements and their common usage:
 
tasman learn more about ree from tasman metals
Stay tuned for the most recent updates on Tasman Metals and other leading mining companies through the MiningInteractive Video Interviews.
Nick L. Nicolaas
(604) 657-4058
nick@mininginteractive.com

Stocks and Markets in the News | Japan Market: Japan Leading Asia Down


 
 
Japanese shares skid in an otherwise muted session for Asian shares, one day after recording big gains from U.S. monetary-policy signals.
Beijing slammed for market intervention (Caixin)
Australia's RBA sees challenges for lenders
Brambles delays expected Recall sale date
What is Apple's CEO doing in China?

Smartcompany News and Analysis: Meet the start-ups coming to challenge your business, Apple offers refunds on new iPad, Retailer may dump discounting brands, Winery collapses

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Today on SmartCompany we look at Apple’s embarrassing iPad issue, with the company offering refunds on its brand new device after the ACCC took exception with incorrect suggestions the tablet would work on Australia’s 4G network.

We also meet the retailer who is threatening to dump discounting fashion brands, examine a winery collapse and look at why trust matters in retail.

Plus in Entrepreneur Watch, James Thomson is still buzzing from StartupSmart’s awards night – he says there are plenty of great companies set to challenge established SMEs.

StartupSmart Awards 2012
Meet the start-ups that want to eat your lunch
They’re young, they’re smart and they’re coming after your business. The top 50 from the StartupSmart Awards contains an army of entrepreneurs with big plans. BY JAMES THOMSON AND OLIVER MILMAN.
Features

Resources and Energy
Diversified offerings in store for fuel retailers
The ongoing recovery from the GFC, growth in China and unrest in the Middle East have lifted demand and sparked concerns of oil shortages, boosting prices. BY KAREN DOBIE.
Features

Aunty B
Why is growth so hard and what am I doing wrong?
From my observations, there's a difficult transitional point at about eight staff. To get past this transition point, you need to get lots of things right at the same time.
Aunty B

Profitable growth
Julia Bickerstaff
In business, time is money. So it's surprising more businesses don't make time for a daily prioritisation.
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Retail advice
Brian Walker
Your brand can capitalise on social trends by using the right celebrity endorsement.
Smart Blogs

Entrepreneur Watch
James Thomson
Australia’s start-up community is more professional than ever, but it’s still developing a Silicon Valley-like infrastructure.

Financial and Forex Info News | The Australian Business Briefing: RBA warns banks on greed




Australian Business update for Wed Mar 2, 2012


RBA warns banks on greed
James Glynn BANKS should not be greedy with profits, the RBA said today, as a strong dollar continued to hurt non-mining sectors.

Apple proposes refund for 4G confusion
Pia Akerman APPLE has offered to refund customers who bought the new iPad expecting to use Telstra's 4G network, but denies it has misled the public.

Fiji deals blow to Qantas
Ross Kelly FIJI changed its airline ownership rules, reducing the power Qantas Airways wields at the country's national carrier Air Pacific.

Brambles warns of Recall delay
Ross Kelly BRAMBLES warned that the sale of its Recall business, which could fetch up to $2 billion, was taking longer than expected.

OzEmail trio presses delete
Andrew Colley ONE of Australia's oldest and most high-profile technology investment troikas has ended after 18 years.

Study explodes female risk myth
David Charter THE idea that women on boards calm raging testosterone has been challenged by a study showing they are more prone to risk-taking.

SABMiller says beer outlook subdued
Simon Zekaria SABMILLER warned that Australia's taste for beer was subdued as it set a 1pc to 3pc growth target for its Australian business.

Retailers combat consumer theft
Blair Speedy THEFT by desperate consumers is hurting retailers' bottom lines, latest figures from the Australian Retail Association show.


Financial Markets

Banks help sharemarket rise
Sarah Turner AUSTRALIAN shares edged higher in early afternoon trading, extending sharp gains made in the previous session.

Shares steady after gains
US stocks end down despite data


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Rio cans $US2bn smelter plan
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