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Apr 17, 2021
New large-scale targets at MaCauley Creek

New large-scale targets at MaCauley Creek

Inca Minerals says it has identified major new porphyry and skarn targets at its MaCauley Creek project, significantly upgrading its exploration potential. It follows an expert review of historical geophysical data, together with geochemistry data (soil and rock chip sampling) collected by Inca and by previous owners of the site, 100km west of Townsville. Among… ...

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Apr 16, 2021
Copper Dome survey reveals positive results

Copper Dome survey reveals positive results

A recent geophysical survey has proven to be good news for Rockfire Resources and its Copper Dome project in Central Queensland. The company said the helicopter survey had returned a much larger target than previously thought at the porphyry copper project. Rockfire Resources said the revised target, based on the new survey information, had increased… ...

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Apr 16, 2021
QMRS rescue winder nears completion

QMRS rescue winder nears completion

A new rescue winder designed to extract workers from underground mines is set to go on show at the Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference at the Gold Coast in August in its public debut. The industry-funded Queensland Mines Rescue Service is working with Becker Mining Systems to fine tune communications for the device. QMRS… ...

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Apr 16, 2021
Aeon about-face on Walford Creek processing

Aeon about-face on Walford Creek processing

Aeon Metals has dumped its previous processing strategy for Walford Creek, sending prefeasibility work for the copper-cobalt mine on a new trajectory. It comes after an independent review of the key metallurgical elements of the Walford Creek prefeasibility study (PFS), initiated by interim chief executive officer and managing director Fred Hess. Dr Hess, previously a… ...

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Apr 14, 2021
Great Northern hits Camel Creek with 5000m drill campaign

Great Northern hits Camel Creek with 5000m drill campaign

Great Northern Minerals has kicked off a new drilling campaign at Camel Creek in North Queensland on the back of a recent $3 million fund raising. Two previous drilling programs completed at Camel Creek during 2020 highlighted the potential of a significant gold system, the company said. Numerous high-grade intersections were returned, extending over about… ...

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Apr 14, 2021
Zenith follows gold further down at Red Mountain

Zenith follows gold further down at Red Mountain

Zenith Minerals is continuing to report ‘highly encouraging’ high-grade gold assay results from drilling at the Red Mountain project in southern Central Queensland. The company said the ongoing diamond drilling program had successfully demonstrated that high-grade gold mineralisation extended to at least 200m vertical depth, expanding gold mineralisation 20m beyond the previous deepest...

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Apr 12, 2021
Ausmex sinks its fangs into King Brown copper-cobalt find

Ausmex sinks its fangs into King Brown copper-cobalt find

Ausmex Mining Group is ramping up exploration efforts around the King Brown outcrop after costean samples producing high-grade copper and cobalt results. It is only through delays in gaining the mining lease for the nearby Golden Mile gold project outside Cloncurry that the company turned its attention to exploring the King Brown area. Ausmex geologists… ...

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Apr 12, 2021
Sunshine Gold announces high-grade extensions to Big Hans

Sunshine Gold announces high-grade extensions to Big Hans

Sunshine Gold has released the final results from what it describes as an extremely successful drilling campaign at the Triumph gold project, 50km south of Gladstone. The company said its recent 7126m maiden RC drill campaign had been successful in delineating high-grade targets for follow up resource drilling in the September 2021 quarter. Sunshine Gold… ...

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Apr 12, 2021
Leap forward for Multicom vanadium plans

Leap forward for Multicom vanadium plans

Multicom Resources’ Saint Elmo vanadium project, east of Julia Creek, has received Federal environmental approval. The project is expected to directly employ about 200 people during the construction phase and more than 150 people in initial operations, with more positions to come as it scales up. Queensland Resources Minister Scott Stewart said he welcomed the… ...

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