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Jan 25, 2021
New Century sizes up Silver King for potential mine

New Century sizes up Silver King for potential mine

New Century Resources has launched a drilling program at the high-grade Silver King deposit as it weighs up future mining opportunities at the Century site. The Silver King lead-zinc-silver deposit is 3km west of the existing Century processing plant and, along with the East Fault Block, is the subject of a development study. New Century said there was potential for near-term development of...

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Jan 23, 2021
Explorer looks to ‘next-step’ options for cobalt projects

Explorer looks to ‘next-step’ options for cobalt projects

Global Energy Metals says it is weighing up ‘next-step options’, including new strategic partnerships, to advance its portfolio of copper-cobalt-gold projects in North-West Queensland. It comes as it continues to work towards a royalty sale to Electric Royalties after receiving Australian Financial Investment Review Board approval. Global Energy Metals has established tenement h...

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Jan 21, 2021
New Century approach shaves cost off rehab dues

New Century approach shaves cost off rehab dues

The Queensland Government has agreed to a $14.1 million reduction in the Estimated Rehabilitation Cost (ERC) associated with the Century mining operations in the lower Gulf. Project owner New Century Resources has welcomed the move as recognition of its economic rehabilitation model at the site, where it is reprocessing tailings from previous operations. It said the cut took the ERC to a to...

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Jan 20, 2021
Hammer hails Trafalgar  copper-gold discovery

Hammer hails Trafalgar copper-gold discovery

Hammer Metals has reported broad copper and gold intercepts confirming a new discovery at the previously undrilled Trafalgar prospect within its Mount Isa East Joint Venture tenements. Significant intercepts from two holes drilled in December included 55m grading at 1.12 per cent copper and 0.30g/t gold and 32m grading at 1.04 per cent copper and 0.25g/t gold. The two holes for 368m were dr...

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Jan 19, 2021
Castillo turns from NSW assets to focus on Big One

Castillo turns from NSW assets to focus on Big One

Castillo Copper is looking to sharpen its focus on its Mount Oxide project in North West Queensland, with plans to divest its Broken Hill Alliance (BHA) project in New South Wales. The move followed a strategic review, factoring into account the excellentrecent drill results from Big One deposit at Mount Oxide, the company said. It is considering divestment opportunities including a possibl...

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Jan 18, 2021
Gulf zinc operation hits production milestone

Gulf zinc operation hits production milestone

New Century Resources is celebrating a major milestone, producing its 500,000th tonne of zinc concentrate since restarting operations at the Century mine site in August 2018. The company also announced that it had executed a zinc price hedging program for the remainder of this financial year, securing contracts to guarantee a floor price of $US1.20/lb ($US2,645/t) for all sales in the March q...

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Jan 14, 2021
CopperString plan aired for public scrutiny

CopperString plan aired for public scrutiny

The draft environmental impact statement (EIS) for the $1.7 billion CopperString 2.0 project is open for public submissions until February 12. The high-voltage 1100km transmission line planned by CuString is expected to support more than 750 jobs during construction and will help further open up the North West Minerals Province. The Coordinator-General will consider all submissions as par...

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Jan 11, 2021
Castillo builds confidence in Big One deposit

Castillo builds confidence in Big One deposit

Castillo Copper has released what it describes as ‘game changing’ assay results confirming a major copper discovery at Big One deposit. The latest results significantly extend known mineralisation and clearly confirm there is a high-grade, shallow scalable copper system at the North West Queensland site, the company says. It is accelerating development plans for the deposit, wit...

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Jan 04, 2021
What next for Queensland Mining?

What next for Queensland Mining?

The Department of Resources’ Geological Survey of Queensland (GSQ) held a two-day workshop at Mount Isa’s Ibis Hotel last month. The workshop outlined the results of a huge investment in data collection and what it could mean for industry by way of minimising the risk in investing in new mineral developments. The data could be leveraged for return thousands of times as working projects,...

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