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Orion Gold NL ASX Release Encouraging Drilling Results at New Dawn 3 January 2012 Orion Gold NL (ASX: ORN) is pleased to announce that a diamond drilling program to test highly ranked targets at New Dawn has produced encouraging results. Key Points:  Encouraging results from the first hole at New Dawn with the zones of interest that have been intersected believed to represent the down-dip extension of reefs mined at higher levels in the New Dawn and Clarke's adits.
  • longfellow
  • 272.83 metres
  • orion gold
  • reefs
  • main cohen
  • structures with significant exploration potential at depth
  • upper zone of interest
  • drilling
  • interest
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July 1, 2010 Ms. Elizabeth Wilkerson University of Virginia Fontaine Research Park 400 Ray C. Hunt Drive Second Floor P.O. Box 400229 Charlottesville, VA 22904 BY ELECTRONIC MAIL EWilkerson@Virginia.eduDear Ms. Wilkerson, I am following up on your email to us dated June 23, 2010, in which you indicate your determination that CEI has standing as a media outlet to request records under Virginia's Freedom of Information Act, Title 2.2 of Chapter 37, §§2.23700et. seq. of the Code of Virginia (FOIA”).As such, and pursuant to your other statements, we are happy to narrow our Request, as indicated below. Similarly, Mr. Sam Kazman and I both agree to consider our subsequent Request as Virginia residents dated June 7, 2010 as withdrawn. On behalf of the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI),a nonprofit public policy institute in Washington, DC and pursuant Virginia's Freedom of Information Act, Title 2.2 of Chapter 37, §§2.23700et. seq. of the Code of Virginia (FOIA), I hereby request that you provide us within the statutorily prescribed time, copies of documents meeting the following descriptions: I. UniversityProcedures and Practices a) Please provide copies of the University's current policies, procedures, rules, internal practices, internal guidelines, or internal agency guidance regarding the “Freedom of Information Act" or “FOIA”; b) this Request includes, but is in no way limited to seeking, whatever guidelines, policies, etc. that exist (if any) regarding management, handling, processing or disposal of emails and other records of faculty  be they research, tenured or other  who leave
their position or department. If such policies etc. are not Universitywide but vary by department, then we request those which apply to the Department of Environmental Sciences. c) for both a) and b) please provide the record(s) reflecting the date(s) that those guidelines, policies, etc. were last amended, and what those amendments were. Satisfying this Request may therefore require also providing the preamendment set of guidelines, policies, etc. II. UniversityImplementation of the FOI Act 1.Please provide copies ofallrecords, documents, emails, internal communications, and other relevant covered material created by, provided to, received and/or sent by any of the following four individuals Carol Wood, Assistant Vice President for Public Affairs and designated contact for FOIA Requests;Elizabeth Wilkerson, the Public Information Officer;Patricia Wiberg, the current Chair of the Environmental Science Department (whether writing or receiving records in that or any other capacity); andJoseph Zieman, the former Chair of that Department (and again not necessarily writing or receiving records in that capacity)  that use the following words or phrases:“Freedom of Information Act" or "FOI" or “FOIA”,andthe word or phrases "discretion", "unlawful release", "malice", "liability", "penalty", "ultra vires", "subpoena,” “document preservation,” “document retention,” “contempt,” “obstruction of justice”, "Greenpeace", "Polluterwatch", "Polluter Watch",or"Michaels" 2.Please provide copies of the cover letters (only, not responsive documents) sent by any of the same four individuals cited in "II.1" above in response to a Requesting Party under the FOI Act who sought records sent to, received or produced by Michael E. MannorPatrick J. Michaels. Documents covered by the above Requests in "II" will have been sent, received or produced by the named individuals and/or otherwise dated between December 1, 2009 and the date on which you comply with the specific request. III. FacultyRecords Pursuant to the same authority, please also provide us within the statutorily prescribed time copies of documents meeting the following descriptions, whichhave been sent, received or produced by the named individuals and/or otherwise dated between December 1, 2009 and the date on which you comply with the specific request: 1.copies of all records, documents, emails, internal communications, and other relevant covered material created by, provided to, received and/or sent byWilliam C. Keene, that useanyof the following words or phrases: "IPCC", "Obama", "ClimateGate", "East
Anglia", "Climatic Research Unit", "CRU", "Greenpeace", "Polluterwatch", "Polluter Watch", "Michaels", “Freedom of Information", "FOI"or“FOIA”;2.copies of all records, documents, internal communications, and other relevant covered material created by, provided to, received and/or sent byJames N. Galloway, received that useanyof the following words or phrases: "IPCC", "Obama", "ClimateGate", "East Anglia", "Climatic Research Unit", "CRU", "Greenpeace", "Polluterwatch", "Polluter Watch", "Michaels", “Freedom of Information", "FOI"or“FOIA”;3.copies of all records, documents, internal communications, and other relevant covered material created by, provided to, received and/or sent byPatricia L. Wiberg, that use anyof the following words or phrases: "IPCC", "Obama", "ClimateGate", "East Anglia", "Climatic Research Unit", "CRU", "Greenpeace", "Polluterwatch", "Polluter Watch", "Michaels", “Freedom of Information", "FOI"or“FOIA”.Scope of Request: Period Covered Please identify and inform us of all responsive or potentially responsive documents within the statutorily prescribed time, and the basis of any claimed exemptions or privilege and to which specific responsive or potentially responsive document(s) such objection applies. Further, please inform us of the basis of any partial denials or redactions. Specifically, if your office takes the position that any portion of the requested records is exempt from disclosure, we request that you provide us with an index of those documents, with sufficient specificity to permit a reasoned judgment as to whether the material is actually exempt under Virginia's FOIA, and describing each document or portion thereof withheld, and for each withholding it must discuss the consequences of supplying the soughtafter information. In the event that you determine some portions of the requested records are properly exempt from disclosure under any of the Requests above, please disclose any reasonably segregable, non exempt portions of the requested records. If it is your position that a document contains non exempt segments and that those nonexempt segments are so dispersed throughout the documents as to make segregation impossible, please state what portion of the document is non exempt and how the material is dispersed through the document. As you are aware, claims of nonsegregability should be made with the same detail as required for claims of exemption in an index. If a Request is denied in whole, please state specifically that it is not reasonable to segregate portions of the record for release. We also ask that you please consider each of the distinct and delineated Requests above severable in that a delay in producing documents in response to one should not be deemed a reason to not compile or produce documents responsive to another and, should the University challenge any specific Request, we also ask that it not cite that as reason for not producing responsive documents responsive to other of the above Requests. Satisfying the above Requests contemplates providing copies of documents, in electronic format if you possess them as such, otherwise photocopies are acceptable. By this we mean that no
delay should be incurred on the basis that the records are held in a particular format and must be transferred as we seek them as held in whatever medium or bearing whatever physical characteristics may be the case. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.  Sincerely,  ChristopherC. Horner, Esq.  CHorner@cei.org Competitive Enterprise Institute 1899 L Street, NW 12th Floor Washington, DC 20036 202.331.2260 Office phone 202.262.4458 Mobile phone