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Newmont Mining Corporation (NEM)

3/13/2006 Proxy Information

Governor Robert Miller is a partner in the law firm of Jones Vargas in Las Vegas, Nevada. Because one of the CompanyÕs regular law firms merged with Jones Vargas in 2004, the Company intends to retain Jones Vargas from time to time on Nevada regulatory and legal matters in the future. Total fees for 2004 were less than $60,000 and represented a de minimis amount of the firmÕs total revenues. Dr. James V. Taranik is the director of the Mackay School of Earth Sciences and Engineering at University of Nevada, Reno. The Company donated $517,000 to the University of Nevada Foundation in 2004, for the benefit of mining education at the Mackay School of Earth Sciences and Engineering. Dr. Taranik is not a director, trustee or employee of the University of Nevada Foundation, and the CompanyÕs donation to the Foundation constituted less than 2% of the FoundationÕs charitable receipts in 2004. The Board of Directors has considered both of these circumstances and determined that neither constitutes a material relationship with the Company that would affect independence.

Mr. Schulich has been Chairman of Newmont Capital Limited, a subsidiary of Newmont Mining Corporation, since 2002. He was Chairman and co-Chief Executive Officer of Franco-Nevada Mining Corporation Limited from September 1999 to February 2002, Chairman of Euro-Nevada Mining Corporation Limited from 1985 to September 1999 and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Franco-Nevada Mining Corporation Limited from 1982 to September 1999.

3/18/2005 Proxy Information

Governor Robert Miller is a partner in the law firm of Jones Vargas in Las Vegas, Nevada. Because one of the CompanyÕs regular law firms merged with Jones Vargas in 2004, the Company intends to retain Jones Vargas from time to time on Nevada regulatory and legal matters in the future. Total fees for 2004 were less than $60,000 and represented a de minimis amount of the firmÕs total revenues. Dr. James V. Taranik is the director of the Mackay School of Earth Sciences and Engineering at University of Nevada, Reno. The Company donated $517,000 to the University of Nevada Foundation in 2004, for the benefit of mining education at the Mackay School of Earth Sciences and Engineering. Dr. Taranik is not a director, trustee or employee of the University of Nevada Foundation, and the CompanyÕs donation to the Foundation constituted less than 2% of the FoundationÕs charitable receipts in 2004. The Board of Directors has considered both of these circumstances and determined that neither constitutes a material relationship with the Company that would affect independence.

Mr. Schulich has been Chairman of Newmont Capital Limited, a subsidiary of Newmont Mining Corporation, since 2002. He was Chairman and co-Chief Executive Officer of Franco-Nevada Mining Corporation Limited from September 1999 to February 2002, Chairman of Euro-Nevada Mining Corporation Limited from 1985 to September 1999 and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Franco-Nevada Mining Corporation Limited from 1982 to September 1999.

3/18/204 Proxy Information

Mr. Schulich, who is an officer of and a consultant for a subsidiary of the Corporation.

3/28/2003 Proxy Information

Mr. Parker was Chairman of Newmont Mining Corporation (gold properties production, exploration and acquisition company) from 1986 until his retirement in 1994 and Chief Executive Officer from 1985 until 1993.

Mr. Craig Haase was Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer of Franco-Nevada Mining Corporation Limited from September 1999 to March 2002. Franco-Nevada Mining Corporation is a subsidiary of the Corporation.

Mr. Michael S. Hamson was Deputy Chairman of Normandy Mining Limited ( a subsidiary of Newmont Mining) from 1987 to 2002.

As a director of the Corporation, Mr. Seymour Schulich is entitled to receive the cash retainer and meeting fees. Mr. Schulich also receives (a) $25,000 in cash per year for serving as the non-executive chairman of Newmont Capital Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Corporation ("Newmont Capital"), and (b) $250,000 in cash per year pursuant to a three-year Consulting Agreement with Newmont Capital, entered into on April 1, 2002 and expiring on March 31, 2005, under which he provides general merchant banking advice and guidance. The Consulting Agreement was entered into, in part, in lieu of $750,000 in severance compensation that Mr. Schulich otherwise would have received following his resignation as an officer and employee of Franco-Nevada Mining Corporation Limited. Because he serves as an officer of and consultant to a subsidiary of the Corporation, Mr. Schulich is deemed to be ineligible to participate in the Corporation's 2000 Non-Employee Directors Stock Plan, which means that he is not eligible to receive the annual $25,000 restricted stock award received by other non-employee directors of the Corporation, and he is not eligible to receive stock options under that Plan. In recognition of Mr. Schulich's contribution to the succcessful sale of Newmont's interest in the TVX-Newmont Americas joint venture and the conversion of Newmont's approximate 45% equity interest in Echo Bay to a 13.8% equity interest in Kinross Gold Corporation, the Board of Directors awarded him a special award of $350,000. Mr. Schulich's Consulting Agreement provides for such awards.