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Oceana Gold Release of Second Quarter Results

Release of Second Quarter Results

OceanaGold today announced that it will release a production, exploration and operating summary for the quarter ended 30 June 2005 to the Australian and New Zealand Stock Exchanges after market close on Friday 29 July 2005.

This will be followed with a detailed release of the Company’s quarterly and half year performance reported under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) on Friday 15 August 2005. On the same day, OceanaGold will host a conference call and webcast at 10.30am AEST.

The presentation package for the conference call will be uploaded for the webcast on the morning of Friday 15 August and posted on OceanaGold’s website at

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