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    Quote Originally Posted by blackcap View Post
    Shareholders cannot oust a CEO. However pressure can be brought on the board by shareholders. The Board has the ability to oust a CEO.
    I think that's correct, that the board appoints the CEO, but any shareholder could present a motion of no confidence at an agm (or a special), get it seconded and voted on. If that passed, I would think the board would have to oust him, (maybe not strictly speaking, I don't know.)
    Too late for next week's meeting though. And I'm not sure there would be enough votes anyway.

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    From the Quarterly...at the very end "Following on from the company’s announcement on 6 July 2020, the New Talisman Chairman arrangedfor a third party to review the comments publicly available, alleged by sharetrader.co.nz as beingmade by the company’s CEO on the sharetrader.co.nz site. Following that review, the company issatisfied that the poster has not disclosed any material information not already generally available tothe market."

    I'm sorry but if this is all the comment and action we are getting from the board I now know which way I'll be voting next time their seats come up. The CEO of a publicly traded company allegedly engaging in this behavior is not acceptable plain and simple.

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    Not with 30m of new voter support

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    Well, after reading that quarterly, and not seeing 1 word about selling any gold, I've decided to activate my second team.

    They are 8 recently divorced women, and are all highly experienced gold diggers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by haewai View Post
    Hoping for a quarterly report today full of details on milestones that have been met in the last three months
    Is it progress to draw some flow diagrams and thinking about drilling holes? Sorry, a bit flippant. More patience needed, but the reserves are getting very very low.
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    "the market climate continues to support the accelerated development of the Talisman Gold Mine"

    Far more talk about exploration than extraction for my liking.
    Acceleration from 0 is still zero - well, as a percentage

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    Quote Originally Posted by bucko View Post
    From the Quarterly...at the very end "Following on from the company’s announcement on 6 July 2020, the New Talisman Chairman arrangedfor a third party to review the comments publicly available, alleged by sharetrader.co.nz as beingmade by the company’s CEO on the sharetrader.co.nz site. Following that review, the company issatisfied that the poster has not disclosed any material information not already generally available tothe market."

    I'm sorry but if this is all the comment and action we are getting from the board I now know which way I'll be voting next time their seats come up. The CEO of a publicly traded company allegedly engaging in this behavior is not acceptable plain and simple.
    So sharetrader alleged it was the CEO, but NTL dont confirm this, instead they say it was all public knowledge.
    Cloak and dagger stuff still, just come out and say it.

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    Note made in diary for 2025.

    Check it out, see if the exploration and planning is completed, see if the second hand "new" plant is close to installation, see who owns the mine.

    Consider getting back in.

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    Maybe they are keeping their powder dry for the AGM..........in 2025

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ltw View Post
    Questions from the Quarterly Activities Report to 31 March 2020

    The primary focus has been on delivering a production route for the Talisman ore following the completion of a majority of the testwork at the pilot plant. I would like to think they are very close/ if not have this route over the line for the AGM.
    Question 1 – Please update us on this and if more than one option is still under review what is the process of making timely efficient decisions on this?
    The testwork has informed the design of the larger plant with a minimum capacity of 300tpm and forms the basis for the consent. Potential site locations were reviewed which may give some flexibility in council and district plans the plant can operate under.
    Question 2 – Can you please clarify how many more consents or applications are required before full production is achieved and what is the current turnaround time for these consents

    Talisman Mine Plan
    As announced previously the Life of Mine level design continues to be developed. Recent gold prices have risen to such an extent that the impact on the mine design and economic cut-off grade allows for a review of areas such as larger parts of the Woodstock zone which are likely to become economic at the current gold price. Question 3 – Is reviewing these possibilities a distraction to production or current waste of shareholder funds? If not please explain why. As they can be taken up at a later stage
    The period saw the completion of the main operational plan which broadly sets out the developmental and infrastructure requirements needed to support the mine.
    The work completed on the plan during the quarter and which will accompany an application for mining will assist the team to
    • Identify options for exploitation of the orebody and risk/reward analysis to identify the option with the highest value outcome.
    • Design flexible mining and engineering infrastructure required for the most favourable option,
    • Adopt a long term mine development schedule and production profile.
    The remaining work on the plan was used, as noted above, to identify areas, both within the bounds of the existing mine and the larger permit area, with the potential for economic ore deposits which can be readily accessed while restrictions and distancing measures are in place. Following the completion of the resource estimate review the plan will be further developed to exploit any areas within the resource which may not have been previously included.
    Question 4 – Can we get a presentation during the AGM of the long term mine development schedule and production profile, main operational plan and the list of infrastructure required

    At the same time evaluation of the potential for a collaboration on an independent processing operation is being undertaken which may provide an ability for an alternate funding structure to develop a plant for toll treatment by Talisman. More recently a series of discussions with a high-profile NZ industry group were advanced. The focus was on the potential for a formal collaboration that could facilitate funding, delivery, and operation of a joint processing plant as part of a broader industry offering. NTL is currently working on the delivery of a heads of agreement setting out the key criteria that would need to be met for the development of a Joint venture.
    Question 5 – Please update us and provide more information on this

    During the quarter, an independent planner was contracted to assess the impact of planned mining operations, which are broadly similar to those for which the operation is already consented, against the requirements of the Operative Hauraki District Plan. This assessment is complete and has identified a number of technical investigations that will be required to underpin the resource consent application.
    Question 6 – Please clarify what the technical investigations are? And how you are progressing with these?

    While much of the required information has been quantified through the underground rehabilitation, prospecting and test mining programme over the past 2.5 years, there are some aspects that need addressing by subject matter experts. Key individuals and groups with this expertise have been identified and cost estimates and their availability have been sought
    Question 7 – I note you are bringing in a number of experts for different areas. I believe this is a good option have you given them a clear scope and list of deliverables and how is this been managed?
    Question 8 – Has this been added to the schedule?

    During the quarter, the company reviewed a number of opportunities of which a small NZ based project with an existing ML and resource was under review when Level 4 lockdown was 5 implemented. Any further work has had to be delayed until restrictions are at an end and the site can be accessed for field review.
    See Question 3
    After reading the activities report I can now say with total certainty that you will never get satisfactory answers to your questions Ltw.

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    In the quarterly " . . . the comments publicly available, alleged by sharetrader.co.nz as being made by the company’s CEO on the sharetrader.co.nz site"

    alleged! pah!

    I see Vince is doubling down, not backing down, on this subject. He's changed the text on the NTL Holding area, just to make it clear . . . .

    "NTL Holding area for posts made by Matt Hill of NTL under the usernames Bullish and Epithermal"

    Well done Vince! No alleged there. Holding power to truth.
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    I see that all the bids at 0.7c were taken out. An understandable reaction to the quarterly report.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lion View Post
    In the quarterly " . . . the comments publicly available, alleged by sharetrader.co.nz as being made by the company’s CEO on the sharetrader.co.nz site"

    alleged! pah!

    I see Vince is doubling down, not backing down, on this subject. He's changed the text on the NTL Holding area, just to make it clear . . . .

    "NTL Holding area for posts made by Matt Hill of NTL under the usernames Bullish and Epithermal"

    Well done Vince! No alleged there. Holding power to truth.
    the quarterly continues:
    "Following that review, the company is satisfied that the poster has not disclosed any material information not already generally available to the market. "

    Which is an admission by omission that it was the the CEO.
    om mani peme hum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snow Leopard View Post
    the quarterly continues:
    "Following that review, the company is satisfied that the poster has not disclosed any material information not already generally available to the market. "

    Which is an admission by omission that it was the the CEO.
    Which really means that he needs to go. Just reprehensible in my opinion. The board if they do not get rid of him are complicit and no better. If I were holding, I would sell immediately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackcap View Post
    Which really means that he needs to go. Just reprehensible in my opinion. The board if they do not get rid of him are complicit and no better. If I were holding, I would sell immediately.
    This what 'bullish' wrote on this thread in reply to another poster on the 30th June 2020, almost exactly a month ago:

    "WOW WHAT A SMART INVESTOR YOU ARE ....or possibly a recipient of a fecal transplant..INVESTING BEFORE THE COMPANY LISTED.........1986 you say..............Any tips of stocks not listed yet that we can all invest in????

    Its pretty easy to measure CR. Look at every prior CR and cash balance at time of raise........average that and it will give you a better idea than guesses as to likelihood and timing"

    What a nasty piece of work 'bullish' is .

    Even more ironic that 'bullish' talks about capital raises, when 'bullish' didn't participate in the last capital raise.
    I guess 'bullish' knew it wasn't going to be the last capital raise
    NTL would need and 'bullish' would just be wasting his money.
    Lots of smoke and mirrors with this company.

    And for anyone who has got sick of reading ALL the contents of this NTL thread here's some more enlightened reading for NTL's predecessor.

    https://www.sharetrader.co.nz/archiv...php/t-386.html

    Not many of those posters still around, their hopes and dreams gone along probably with their money.
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    Is this still a gold mining company or has it become the reality TV show “Keeping up with the Kardashians”?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSwan View Post
    Is this still a gold mining company or has it become the reality TV show “Keeping up with the Kardashians”?
    you missed the bit about the regularly featuring "time for shareholders to feed the monkeys" sessions throughout the lengthy series

    I wonder what Peter Atkinson would say about the further progress achieved abeit still short of being able to slam any sort of gold stuff on the table (that hasn't come out of shareholders pockets)


    Are there any examples in the Aussie Mining sector where progress has been slower than training up a troupe of tame snails and the whole job has taken on resemblance a slow moving gravy train lost in grandiose dreams of gold where Many have become confused on who's trying to fool who .. ?
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    ... the fine art of sniffing out debits & credits hidden under the carpet can pay dividends ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bucko View Post
    From the Quarterly...at the very end "Following on from the company’s announcement on 6 July 2020, the New Talisman Chairman arrangedfor a third party to review the comments publicly available, alleged by sharetrader.co.nz as beingmade by the company’s CEO on the sharetrader.co.nz site. Following that review, the company issatisfied that the poster has not disclosed any material information not already generally available tothe market."


    I'm sorry but if this is all the comment and action we are getting from the board I now know which way I'll be voting next time their seats come up. The CEO of a publicly traded company allegedly engaging in this behavior is not acceptable plain and simple.
    We have no idea who the 3rd party is. Probably a magic 8 ball.

    Why aren’t the FMA involved here?

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    Was that 1/4ly written by the Wolf of Cable St's boiler room?
    Imagine the cynical smirk on his face as he wrote the 4th paragraph:-

    "completed remobilizing to the site and reopening the mine", which is a fancy way of saying, we drove up and unlocked the gate.

    Wow, what an achievement, cant have been much else happening in 3 months!!

    They must be using a longdrop instead of a portaloo up at the hole in the Hill (its not a mine) otherwise the spin doctor would have penned:-
    'Our state of the art sanitation plant has been conveyed to the site, GPS positioned in harmony with the environment, synchronised, re leveled, then completely sterilized, and commissioned.
    All personel are delighted and relieved with the completion of this very important milestone in NTL's progress.'

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    Sounds like Hill is staying. Im out.

    No good being an investor in a company that you don't trust.
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