Pans and metal detectors in Australia's new gold rush


A century after Australia's gold rush ordinary people are now prospecting in fields and rivers for the precious metal.

As gold prices have soared to record levels, people are panning rivers and using metal detectors over ground, hoping to find a nugget.

The BBC's Nick Bryant joined some prospectors in New South Wales, who are hoping to make their fortune.

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