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Active junior explorer, Native Mineral Resources has added some exciting greenfields copper, gold and nickel search targets to its WA and Queensland copper-gold portfolio after a successful bid for ground in the WA Nullarbor region. The company is aiming to get boots on the ground and commence fieldwork as soon as the tenements are granted.
Active junior gold and copper explorer, Native Mineral Resources will move forward with diamond drilling to test for depth extensions of high-grade surface quartz vein gold at Music Well, north of Leonora, after securing a $68,000 West Australian government grant. Limited sampling has returned some bonanza grade results including one going over 100 grams per
Native Mineral Resources has upped the ante at its Palmerville project in north Queensland. A recently completed sampling program has delivered two new bumper grade copper samples going as high as 19.99 per cent copper at the Glenroy prospect and 7.99 per cent copper at the Fairlight prospect. Extensive follow-up exploration is now planned for
Native Mineral Resources looks to have struck a chord at its Music Well prospect in WA, with the ASX-listed company’s recent exploration program delivering in spades. Samples from the new program showed visible gold which is always good cause for some in-field excitement and importantly, some assays weighed in at over 100 grams per tonne
After a COVID-19 related delay, Native Mineral Resources is set to hit the ground running next month as it chases a range of gold targets at its Music Well gold project in the world-class Yilgarn Craton region in Western Australia’s Eastern Goldfields. Field work is set to include detailed geological mapping and sampling to assess
Native Mineral Resources has expanded its Palmerville copper-gold project in north Queensland following the grant of an additional exploration licence on the eastern margins of its tenement holding in the region that hosts the recent Leane’s copper discovery. The company now holds over 1,820 square kilometres of the mineral-rich Chillagoe Formation which hosts the nearby
Native Mineral Resources has rolled up its sleeves in the hunt for high-grade gold at its Music Well project in WA. A detailed review and interpretation of the exploration datasets covering the company’s tenure has uncovered several high-priority geophysical targets, with rock chipping over the key prospect areas returning assays of over 30 grams per
Native Mineral Resources says it has confirmed the presence of a deeper porphyry system at its Leane’s copper-gold discovery, further bolstering the company’s exploration model as it looks to nail down the next big copper discovery in North Queensland as the copper price reaches for 10-year high placing copper explorers firmly in the market spotlight.
Native Mineral Resources is building confidence that an extensive copper system may lurk beneath its Leane’s prospect in Queensland. Shallow drilling at Leane’s has tested the near-surface, skarn-style copper mineralisation, with deeper diamond holes probing for a porphyry feeder system at depth returning broad intervals of disseminated sulphides, including chalcopyrite with assays for several drill
Native Mineral Resources has stocked up its tucker bag, landing the Arcoona gold project in the Eastern Goldfields of WA, next door to the revered Carosue Dam gold mine. The new acquisition covers 170 square kilometres of prospective ground just 4km to the west of Saracen’s multi-million-ounce operation where Native Minerals is targeting rich intrusive-related
Native Mineral Resources looks as though it might have a tiger by the tail in north Queensland, with its maiden drilling program over the Leane’s copper prospect possibly already pushing through paydirt. The fledgling base metals explorer, which only listed on the ASX in early November, has hit shallow, anomalous copper mineralisation and deeper porphyry