1. Brian Mulroney – His tenure as prime minister was marked by the introduction of major economic reforms, such as the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement and the Goods and Services Tax, the rejection of constitutional reforms such as the Meech Lake Accord and the Charlottetown Accord. Prior to his political career, he was a prominent businessman in Montreal. Mulroney was born on March 1939, in Baie-Comeau, Quebec, a remote and isolated town in the eastern part of the province. He is the son of Irish Canadian Catholic parents, Benedict Martin Mulroney, a paper mill electrician. He encouraged his oldest son to attend university. Mulroney would frequently tell stories about publisher Robert R. McCormick, whose company had founded Baie-Comeau. The publisher would slip him $50. He grew up speaking English and French fluently. On May 1973, he married Mila Pivnički, the daughter of a Serbian doctor, Dimitrije Mita Pivnički, from Sarajevo. The Mulroneys have four children: Caroline, Benedict, Mark and Nicolas. Ben is a host of eTalk. On September 2000, Caroline Mulroney married Andrew Lapham, the son of magazine editor Lewis H. Lapham. Caroline Mulroney is currently associate director of the New York University's Center for Law and Business, having graduated with a law degree in 2001. Mulroney had not been involved in politics at any level prior to entering St. Francis Xavier University in the fall of 1955 as a 16-year-old freshman.Brian Mulroney – Mulroney in February 2011
2. Museum of Modern Art – The Museum of Modern Art is an art museum located in Midtown Manhattan in New York City, on 53rd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. The MoMA Library includes exhibition catalogs, over 40,000 files of ephemera about individual artists and groups. The archives holds primary material related to the history of contemporary art. The idea for The Museum of Modern Art was developed in 1929 primarily by Abby Aldrich Rockefeller and two of her friends, Lillie P. Bliss and Mary Quinn Sullivan. They became known variously as "the Ladies", "the daring ladies" and "the adamantine ladies". Abby became treasurer. At the time, it was America's premier museum devoted exclusively to modern art, the first of its kind in Manhattan to exhibit European modernism. Goodyear enlisted Paul J. Sachs and Frank Crowninshield to join him as founding trustees. Goodyear asked him to recommend a director and Sachs suggested Alfred H. Barr, Jr. a promising young protege. Under Barr's guidance, the museum's holdings quickly expanded from an initial gift of eight prints and one drawing. Its successful exhibition was in November 1929, displaying paintings by Van Gogh, Gauguin, Cézanne, Seurat. During that time it initiated many more exhibitions such as the lone Vincent van Gogh exhibition on November 1935. The museum also gained international prominence with the now famous Picasso retrospective of 1939 -- 40, held with the Art Institute of Chicago. In its range of presented works, it represented a significant reinterpretation of Picasso for future art scholars and historians.Museum of Modern Art – Museum of Modern Art
3. Babson College – Babson College is a private business school in Wellesley, Massachusetts, established in 1919. Babson's central focus on education has made the most prestigious college in the United States. It was founded by Roger W. Babson as an all-male business institute. Now co-ed, Babson College offers bachelor's degrees in business administration, undergraduate students have the opportunity to declare concentrations in more than twenty-five areas of study. Through Babson's F. W. Olin Graduate School of Business, the vollege also offers master's degrees in business administration, management. Often referred to as the Entrepreneur's College, Babson is renowned for immersing its students in the entrepreneurial lifestyle and culture. Babson currently offers undergraduates nearly 55 entrepreneurship-related courses. These courses are taught with liberal courses, which represent over 60 % of the typical student's schedule. Every course at Babson is taught by professors who have started, run successful businesses. Babson currently has an undergraduate acceptance rate of 26%. Babson College has consistently appeared on the U.S. News & World Report rankings as the number one college in entrepreneurship education for nearly three decades. In 2014, CNN's Money Magazine named Babson the number one college in the country for value, in 2015, the magazine ranked it second. The Economist ranked Babson second on its 2015 list of best colleges and universities in outperforming earnings expectations. Babson's MBA program has also been ranked number one in entrepreneurship for over twenty years by U.S. News & World Report. Babson's alumni include five living billionaires.Babson College – Arthur M. Blank Center
4. List of Venezuelans – Famous or notable Venezuelans include: Alejandro Chataing, known as "Cipriano Castro's architect". Carlos Raúl Villanueva, builder of the Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas. He is according to Forbes magazine, which estimates his fortune at $6 billion. Banker and caudillo Lorenzo Mendoza, oversees one of Venezuela's largest private companies, $6 billion Empresas Polar. Eugenio Mendoza, Venezuelan business tycoon who made important contributions in the modernization of the country during the 20th Century. Henry Lord Boulton, Venezuelan aviator, entrepreneur, owner, former owner of many businesses such as Casas Boulton, Avensa/Servivensa among others. Ali Lenin Aguilera, Venezuelan lawyer, entrepreneur. Carolina Herrera, fashion designer and entrepreneur who founded her eponymous company in 1980. Rostislav Ordovsky-Tanaevsky Blanco, entrepreneur, president of Rostik Group in Russia. José Tomás Boves, Wars of Independence leader, military caudillo. Heroine from the Venezuelan War of Independence Pedro Camejo, lieutenant at the Venezuelan war of independence. Agostino Codazzi, Italian born, military officer, cartographer, former governor of Barinas. Francisco de Miranda, Wars of Independence leader, veteran of the U.S. and French revolutions. Santiago Mariño, hero in the Venezuelan War of Independence, important leader of Venezuela's eastern. Cristóbal Mendoza, considered to be the first President of Venezuela.List of Venezuelans – Martín Tovar y Tovar
5. Media proprietor – Those with significant control, influence of a large company in the mass media may also be called a tycoon, baron, or business magnate. Social media creators can now be considered in the realm of media on a mass scale. The founders of such channels deliver media to a large consumer base. In the United States, newspaper proprietors first became prominent in the 19th century with the development of mass circulation newspapers. Reflecting this, the term "baron" was replaced by "media baron", the term "media mogul" was popularized. Technology play a significant role in mass media production. Mark Zuckerberg is a media mogul that most people are familiar with. According to Forbes, Zuckerberg is ranked # 7 on # 1 on America's Richest Entrepreneurs Under 40. Since his innovation of Facebook, he is considered to be one of the influential people in the world. The Social Network is a movie that explains the journey of Mark Zuckerberg's success as a media mogul. Prior to his creation of Facebook, he started with Facemash.com where he successfully hacked onto Harvard University's database images. After that, he went on to construct TheFacebook.com where it became a campus-wide success. Statista rated Facebook as the most used social site as of April 2015, reaching up to 45.4 percent of social network visits. According to Investopedia, Mark Zuckerberg endorsed with Giving Pledge stating that before his death, he will give away half of his net worth for charitable intentions. Steve Forbes Jr is one example of a media proprietor.Media proprietor – Journalism
6. Donald J. Carty – Donald J. Carty, OC is a Canadian-American businessman who serves as chairman of Virgin America, Porter Airlines and eRewards. In addition to these chairmanships, Carty is also a director of EMC Corporation, Dell, Barrick Gold, Talisman Energy, Gluskin Sheff. He was previously chief executive officer of AMR Corporation, the parent company of American Airlines, from 1998 to 2003. Carty is a past director of Hawaiian Airlines, Sears, Placer Dome, Brinker. He currently serves In January 2007. Carty became chief financial officer of Dell. On June 2008, Carty retired from day-to-day operations, but stayed on as a director. Born on July 23, 1946, Carty attended Queen's University and Harvard Business School. He took US citizenship during the 1980s. He worked before joining American, although he served as CEO for CP Air from 1985 to 1987. Although other airlines had similar retention bonus arrangements, several AMR board members -- most notably University of Oklahoma president David L. Boren -- called for Carty's resignation. Carty stepped down on April 2003. He was replaced as CEO by Edward A. Brennan. Carty was appointed as Chairman of Virgin America on February 2006. In 1999, Board Alert named one of the year's Outstanding Directors.In 2002, he was made an Officer of the Order of Canada.Donald J. Carty – Donald Carty (Jim Wallace, 2002)
7. Barrick Gold – Barrick Gold Corporation is the largest gold mining company in the world, with its headquarters in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Barrick is currently undertaking mining projects in Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, the Dominican Republic, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Saudi Arabia, Zambia. On January 2006, Barrick acquired a majority share of Placer Dome. The production of the combined organization moved Barrick as the largest gold producer, ahead of Newmont Mining Corporation. Barrick Gold Corporation evolved from Barrick Resources. After suffering financial losses in oil and gas, principal Peter Munk decided to focus on gold. Barrick Resources Corporation became a publicly traded company on May 1983, listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange. In 1984, Barrick acquired Camflo Mining, which had operations in the U.S. state of Nevada. Barrick's effort to purchase was slowed by skepticism the company could assume Camflo's debt of around $ million. The sale was finalized in May 1984, with terms that obligated Barrick to repay the debt to The Royal Bank of Canada within one year. The debt was fully paid in January 1985. Barrick Resource's next acquisition was the Mercur mine in Mercur, Utah, in June 1985, followed by the Goldstrike mine, in 1986. The Goldstrike mine is located on the Carlin Trend. The company’s name was changed to American Barrick Resources in 1986. It was listed in February 1987.Barrick Gold – The Super Pit gold mine
8. Daktari Ranch affair – The Daktari Ranch affair was a hypothesized plot to overthrow Hugo Chávez, the President of Venezuela. On 9 Venezuelan police raided a ranch in Baruta, situated on the outskirts of the Venezuelan capital of Caracas. A total of Colombian men were arrested. The raided ranch was owned by Roberto Alonso, a leader of the Venezuelan opposition group Bloque Democrático. Thereafter, they arrested 71 more men at a neighboring ranch, owned by Gustavo Cisneros, another outspoken Cuban-Venezuelan Chávez opponent. One of the detainees allegedly stated that they had been offered 500,000 Colombian pesos to work on the farm. Upon their arrival at the farm, however, they were told that they instead would need to prepare for an attack on a Venezuelan National Guard base. The goal of the putative attack was allegedly to fully arm a 3,000-member militia. According to some of the people arrested, many of the Colombian nationals were merely unemployed and impoverished peasants. He was said not to be recognized when he was presented to the Colombian detainees. Some women and underaged children were also included among those captured suspected paramilitaries. The latter were speedily repatriated by Venezuelan authorities. The men were caught wearing Venezuelan Army uniforms. Six military officers were also reported to be in custody. During the judicial process, the number of the accused shrank to 100 as several of the alleged paramilitaries collaborated with Venezuelan authorities.Daktari Ranch affair – Early life and career
9. Macarena (song) – "Macarena" is a Spanish dance song by Los del Río about a woman of the same name. One of the most iconic examples of 1990s dance music, it was ranked the "#1 Greatest One-Hit Wonder of All Time" by VH1 in 2002. The song uses a type of clave rhythm. The song ranks at No. 7 on Billboard's All Time Top 100. It also ranks at No. 1 on Billboard's All Time Latin Songs. It is also Billboard's No. 1 dance song and one of six foreign language songs to hit No. 1 since 1955's rock era began. Macarena's composition features a variant on the clave rhythm. The song is written in the key of Ab Mixolydian, it follows a repetitious chord progression of Ab–Gb throughout. Many prominent Venezuelans were in attendance that night, including former president Carlos Andrés Pérez. The song was originally recorded in 1992, released in 1993 as a rumba. This was the first of six versions of the song that can be associated with Los Del Rio. A new flamenco theme with fully Spanish lyrics, attained significant success in Spain, Colombia and Mexico. Being the base for many cruise ships, visitors to the island were constantly exposed to the song during their stay in Puerto Rico. This may explain how the song spread to—and became a hit in—cities with sizable Latino communities in the United States, particularly Miami and New York City. Caride brought the "Macarena" to his supervisors at Power 96 who asked him to create an English-language version of the song.Macarena (song) – One of 1993 early releases
10. Super Pit gold mine – The Super Pit is located on the south-east edge of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. The pit is approximately 3.5 kilometres long, 1.5 kilometres wide and 570 metres deep. At these dimensions, it is large enough to be seen from space. The Super Pit is owned by Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines Pty Ltd, a company owned 50/50 by Newmont Mining Corporation. The mine employs around 550 employees directly on site. The Super Pit was eventually created by Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines Pty Ltd.. Barrick Gold acquired its share of the mine in December 2001, when it took over Homestake Mining Company. Newmont became three months later when it acquired Normandy Mining in February 2002. It also mines nickel. Mining is via conventional drill and mining via face shovels and dump trucks. Around million tonnes of rock is moved in any given year, consisting primarily of waste rock. Gold within the Golden Mile lode system is unusual in that it is present as telluride minerals within pyrite. This is then roasted at a small smelter outside Kalgoorlie-Boulder to liberate the gold with doré bars poured. Past production figures were: Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines Pty LtdSuper Pit gold mine – Super Pit gold mine, c. 2005
11. Thomas Ammann – Thomas E. Ammann was a leading Swiss art dealer in Impressionist and Twentieth Century Art and major collector of Post-war and Contemporary Art. Born 1950 in Ermatingen, Switzerland, as the youngest of four children, Ammann became an collector while still a teen-ager. Aged 18 he went to work at Galerie Bruno Bischofberger in Zurich. It was during this time of apprenticeship that Ammann first met Andy Warhol who would become a close friend. In 1977 Ammann went for himself. He was named in 1988. In 1977 Ammann established Thomas Ammann Fine Art, soon to be visited by major collectors throughout Europe and the Americas. Ammann proved to be a major player in the international art auctions in London and New York as a buyer on record breaking artworks. Thomas Ammann started organizing exhibitions from 1987. Thomas Ammann's sole nephew, is managing director of Zurich's Galerie Bruno Bischofberger since 1995, after working for Christie's in London and Athens. The Swiss Industrialist Stephan Schmidheiny's corporate collection "Daros". Ammann was an early supporter in the fight against AIDS, the illness prominent figures from the artworld fell victim to. From Twombly to Clemente - Selected works from a Private Collection, Kunsthalle Basel, 1985 Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonné Vol.Thomas Ammann – Thomas Ammann (1950–1993) Swiss art dealer & collector
12. Woodrow Wilson Awards – Funding from the Awards supports programs in Washington and the home community of the recipients. The Woodrow Wilson Award for Corporate Citizenship is given to executives who demonstrate a commitment to the common good—beyond the bottom line. They are the people who demonstrate that private firms should be good citizens in their own neighborhoods, as well as in the world. The award is given to those who have done tremendous work in improving their local communities and the world at large. The Wilson Center is the living memorial to President Woodrow Wilson, with headquarters in Washington, D.C. The Center was established by an act of the United States Congress. It is a nonpartisan institution, committed to fostering research, discussion of national and global affairs. The Center promotes collaboration among a full spectrum of individuals concerned with policy and scholarship in national and world affairs. Lee H. Hamilton is the president and director of the Wilson Center. The Woodrow Wilson Center is a kim belonging to the Smithsonian Institution. It has over 142 million items in its collections. Awardees are chosen by the Wilson Center Board of Trustees in recognition of their work to benefit society. In line with President Wilson's vision, honorees participate in efforts to improve the global community through collaboration and open dialogue. They have made contributions to advance education, peace, leadership. Woodrow Wilson Awards have gone to a diverse set including scientists, politicians, entertainers, diplomats, athletes, business executives, philanthropists.Woodrow Wilson Awards – Woodrow Wilson Award
13. International Centre for Democratic Transition – Instead of promoting democracy in general, the ICDT sets more concrete and pragmatic goals. It was founded in 2005. Because the International Centre for Democratic Transition was founded in Central Europe, we are acutely aware of the complexity of democratic transition as a process. Ourselves have recently undergone this process and know full well the fragility of new democracies. We firmly believe that a transition can only be judged to be successful when the benefits of democracy are shared by the whole of society. His proposal was followed in June 2004. Subsequently, the idea was presented by the Hungarian Foreign Minister in Santiago de Chile. Again, the idea was well received and endorsed by the participating Foreign Ministers, representing more than 100 democratic governments of the world. The International Board of Directors of the Centre consists from the areas of international politics, economics, the arts and the sciences. This body serves as an organized form of communication with the democratic governments of the world.International Centre for Democratic Transition
14. Porgera Gold Mine – The Porgera Gold Mine is a large gold and silver mining operation in Enga province, Papua New Guinea, located at the head of the Porgera Valley. The Porgera Gold Mine is operated by the Porgera Joint Venture. Emperor Gold Mine, holding a minority stake of 20%, sold to Barrick in April 2007. This gave Barrick a 95% ownership of the operation. The remaining 5% is owned by Mineral Resources Enga, owned by the Enga Provincial Government, the Papua New Guinea National Government and Porgera Landowners. Porgera Gold Mine is the second largest mine in Papua New Guinea and is regarded as one of the world's top ten producing gold mines. In 2009 it produced 572,595 ounces of gold and 94,764 ounces of silver and had 2,500 employees and 500 contractors. The ′ s probable mineral reserves as of 2009 amount to million ounces of gold. Porgera Gold Mine is controversial. It has consistently been criticised for environmental and human rights issues. Porgera Gold Mine began operation in 1990. Originally an underground operation, open-pit mining became increasingly important after 1993, temporarily putting an end to underground mining in 1997. Since 2002 the mine utilises both open-pit and underground mining methods for ore extraction. The site of the current open pit is Mt Waruwari, being excavated. The open mine moves gold-bearing ore per the underground mine over 2,000 tonnes.Porgera Gold Mine – Looking out across the lower half of the Porgera processing plant, and down into the Porgera valley
15. Getchell Mine – Prospectors Edward Knight and Emmet Chase located the first claims in 1934. The operation currently consists of two underground mines, Getchell and Turquoise Ridge, operated as the Turquoise Ridge Joint Venture. Barrick Gold is 75 % owner with Newmont Mining owning the remaining 25 %. The method currently used is underhand cut-and-fill. Gold recovered using conventional carbon-in-leach technology. The gold deposit is a sediment-hosted disseminated Carlin -- deposit, with sub-micron sized gold distributed in pyrite and marcasite. A rare sulfide of arsenic and antimony, AsSbS3, was discovered at and named after the Getchell mine. Joralemon, P.. "The occurrence of gold at the Getchell Mine, Nevada". Economic Geology. 46: 267. Doi:10.2113/gsecongeo.46.3.267. Cline, J. S.. "Timing of Gold and Arsenic Sulfide Mineral Deposition at North-Central Nevada". Economic Geology.Getchell Mine – Realgar from the Getchell Mine. Characteristic traces of silver, arsenic, antimony, mercury, thallium and barium are associated with Carlin-type mineralization, and are widely used as pathfinders in geochemical prospecting for gold.
16. Television in Colombia – Television in Colombia or Colombian television is a media of Colombia. It is characterized for broadcasting telenovelas, series, TV news. Until 1998 it was a monopoly. There are numerous TV companies operating in Colombia under each Colombian department statutes. These cable companies also develop their own channels, in addition to a variety of international channels. Television in Colombia has always relied from developed countries importing almost all the equipment. A broadcast was made 1 May 1954 covering Bogotá and Manizales. These companies bid for timeslots on the national channel to show their programs. The first of these companies to be founded was Producciones PUNCH, followed quickly by RTI Colombia. In 1963 the public broadcaster, was created. Before that, it was operated by the Televisora Nacional, part of the Radiodifusora Nacional de Colombia. In 1966 the government then tried opening bidding for a private license in Bogotá. The winner was Consuelo Salgar de Montejo and her Teletigre. Teletigre was a huge success. Mrs. Montejo brought many of the US shows translated into Spanish to the local viewers.Television in Colombia – Television live broadcast in Inravisión studios during the mid 1960s (Bogotá), where the first Colombian television shows were produced
17. Order of Isabella the Catholic – The Order of Isabella the Catholic is a Spanish civil order granted in recognition of services that benefit the country. It has been awarded to many foreigners. The King of Spain is Grand Master of the Order. The Chancellor of the Order is the Minister of Foreign Affairs. All deeds granting decorations of the Order must bear the signatures of both. Knights at the rank of the Collar receive the official style of "His or Her most Excellent Lord". Knights at the rank of commander by number receive the style of "His or Her Most Illustrious Lord". The structure of the order has varied several times since then. The following is a summary of medals of the order: Knights of the Collar -- Established 22 June 1927. Knights Grand Cross – Established 24 March 1815. Knight First Class -- Established March 1815, retitled Commander on 24 July 1815. Officer -- Established October 1931, abolished 15 June 1938 and restored 5 June 1971. Knight Second Class -- Established March 1815, retiled Knight on 24 July 1815. Silver Cross -- Established March 1903 to reward civil and palace officials. Gold Medal with Laureate – Established on 24 July 1815 for award to European sergeants and enlisted men.Order of Isabella the Catholic – Order of Isabella the Catholic
18. Univision – Univision is an American Spanish language broadcast television network, owned by Univision Communications. It has the largest audience of any Spanish-language network in the world, according to Nielsen Media Research. Univision has its major studios, production facilities, business operations based in Doral, Florida. Chief officer Randy Falco has been in charge of the company since the departure of Univision Communications president and CEO Joe Uva in April 2010. The new owners helped to turn around the station's fortunes by heavily investing in programming. Televisa's interest in SIN transferred from Emilio Azcárraga Vidaurreta to his son, Emilio Azcárraga Milmo, in 1972. SIN's competitors had long questioned whether the relationship between SIN and the Azcárraga family was impermissibly tight. Both other Spanish-language broadcasters had long suspected that Televisa was merely using Nicolas to skirt FCC rules prohibiting foreign ownership of broadcast media. The U.S. Justice Department eventually encouraged a sale of the network to a properly constituted domestic organization. The network's new chief executive officer, would sign agreements to carry two programs that would change the face of the network. He signed contracts to develop programs hosted by Chilean-born Mario Kreutzberger -- better known as Don Francisco -- for the network. It also prohibited the use of English in its programming or advertisements. In 1988, Blaya also substantially ramped up production of American-based programs on Univision's lineup, reducing the share of programming imported from Latin America on its schedule. With this, the network began resulting in Univision's schedule consisting of 50 % foreign programming and 50 % U.S.-produced programming. A Dia, which debuted prior to the premiere of TV Mujer, saw its ratings diminish as a result.Univision – A Univision float in the 2010 North Hudson Cuban Day Parade in Union City, New Jersey.
19. Cortez Gold Mine – Cortez Gold Mine is a large gold mining and processing facility in Lander and Eureka County, Nevada, United States, located approximately 75 miles southwest of Elko. It comprises the Pipeline and South Pipeline deposits and the Cortez Hills deposit. South Pipeline are open pit mines, while Cortez Hills is an underground and open pit mining operation. Under continuous operation, Cortez has been open longer than any gold mine in the state of Nevada. It is Nevada's largest gold producer. The Cortez Mountains has been mined with silver being the primary commodity until the 1940s. The Gold Acres operation in the Cortez Mountains included open pit and underground mines in the 1940s. Cortez Gold opened in production ended in 1976. The United States Bureau of Mines built a plant in 1969 which would make heap leaching for gold in commercially viable by 1971. The low grade ore and material from the Gold Acres operation was then heap leached. Further exploration of the region was carried out by Cortez Joint Venture which involved Placer Dome and Kenecott. The result of the joint venture's exploration was the 1991 discovery of the Pipeline orebody. The Pipeline orebody was located instead of being located in the foothills, it was entirely within the Crescent Valley. The Pipeline orebody was much larger than the original orebodies in the region. The Cortez Joint Venture built the Pipeline Mine and mill in early 1996 following a series of ownership disputes with junior mining companies.Cortez Gold Mine – Abandoned mill in the Cortez Gold Mine Complex at the Abandoned town of Cortez
20. Granny Smith Gold Mine – The Granny Smith Gold Mine is a gold mine 21 kilometres south of Laverton, Western Australia near Mount Weld. The Granny Smith deposit was discovered in 1979 by Canadian prospector Ray Lovi Smith and named after his wife Laurende. Construction of the mine took place in the late 1980s. The project was originally owned by Delta Gold Ltd, which became Auriongold Ltd in February 2002. Open mining at Wallaby ceased in September 2006, followed by a ramp up of underground mining at the location. In February 2009, Barrick signed a Memorandum of mill it at Granny Smith. In 1999, abandoned mining pits at Granny Smith were used on breeding Silver Perch and Barramundi in salty water. Production of the mine as an individual entity: Production figures for the Yilgarn South operation, consisting of Darlot, Granny Smith and Lawlers.Granny Smith Gold Mine – Gold mines in the Leonora region.
21. Darlot-Centenary Gold Mine – The Darlot-Centenary Gold Mine is a gold mine located 58 km east of Leinster, Western Australia. The mine is located in the Yandal Greenstone Belt. Homestake begun mining the Centenary deposit in 1998. The site, was originally owned by Sundowner Minerals, taken over by Forsayth group, then Plutonic Resources, a major Australian gold mining and exploration company. Gold Fields Limited acquired the mine as part of a purchase that included Barrick's Lawlers and Granny Smith mines. Production figures for the Yilgarn South operation, consisting of Darlot, Granny Smith and Lawlers.Darlot-Centenary Gold Mine – Mining in the Wiluna-Leinster area.
22. Lawlers Gold Mine – The Lawlers Gold Mine is a gold mine located 23 km south west of Leinster, Western Australia. The mine is located in the Norseman-Wiluna Greenstone Belt. Of the original town of Lawlers, only the old station is still standing. The site, was originally owned by Plutonic Resources, exploration company. Ore at Lawlers is mined in an underground operation. In June 2009, Lawlers has been certified fully compliant with the International Cyanide Management Code. Production figures for the Yilgarn South operation, consisting of Darlot, Granny Smith and Lawlers. Yilgarn south belongs to Gold Fields now.Lawlers Gold Mine – Mining in the Wiluna-Leinster area.
23. Kanowna Belle Gold Mine – The Kanowna Belle Gold Mine is a gold mine located 19 km north east of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, near the ghost town of Kanowna. It is operated by Northern Star Resources Kanowna Belle has one viewing platform and an interpretive centre. The mine was officially opened by Western Australian Premier Richard Court on 19 November 1993. The project was solely owned by Delta Gold Ltd from 1999, when it purchased the remaining 50% for A$90 million. Delta later merged with fellow Australian company Goldfields Ltd to form Auriongold Ltd in February 2002. The Kanowna Belle plant, as of 2008, treated ore from three underground operations, Kanowna Belle, Bullant. In 2016 ore was sourced from Kanowna Belle. In August 2009, a driver working 900 metres underground, fell to death at the mine. It was the fatal accident in the eighth in 14 months. The Kanowna site is underground a trial of Caterpillar’s Minegem autonomous loader technology. Production figures for the mine: 1 Figures for January to September 2002.Kanowna Belle Gold Mine – Gold mines in the Kalgoorlie region