Mining is New Zealand’s most productive industry
OceanaGold’s contribution to sustainable development at Waihi
The Biggest Catch
Our vision for a golden future
Reefton gold mine restoration returning results
OGC extends bat partnership with DoC
Fresh research to support New Zealand’s rarest frog
New vehicle revs up Waihī LandSAR
Putting young people in the driver’s seat
Putting First Nations First
Haile supports recovery of Carolina Heelsplitter
OceanaGold sets climate change target to reduce emissions by 30 per cent by 2030
Just like Mars: Rover an inspiration
Aligning with the World Gold Council’s Responsible Gold Mining Principles
Water is as essential to making gold as it is to life
Haile Gold Mine joins local corporate community to support children’s home
Didipio Mine supporting COVID-19 health outcomes
The Power of Information
Bolstering our approach to human rights and modern slavery
Delivering a lasting positive legacy in Reefton
A lower emissions pathway for New Zealand’s biggest gold mine
Meeting the Global Industry Standard on tailings management
Human Rights Impact Assessment at Haile
Protecting the long-term wellbeing of our people
Preserving history and culture at the Haile Gold Mine
Informed Consultation and Participation delivering better outcomes for all stakeholders great and small
Didipio Social Change Assessment: Contributing to Community Resilience
OceanaGold supporting the equitable global distribution of COVID-19 vaccines
Macraes Social Change Assessment: Building a positive legacy
Delivering innovative passive water treatment at Reefton
The power of giving
The birds and bees and the flowers and the trees
OceanaGold commits to net zero emissions by 2050
To Green from Gold
Reefton schools out in force planting for the future
Macraes supports Waitaki Whitestone Geopark
A space for reflection in Waihi
Leading social performance in gold mining
Farming and the mine
Reefton restoration leading the way
OceanaGold’s Reefton Restoration Project
Reducing occupational noise exposures at Haile Gold Mine