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Hammer finds second high grade copper zone in Qld

Hammer Metals is on a roll in QLD after the small cap explorer identified a second high grade copper zone with significant gold values at its new Judith prospect, part of the company’s emerging Perentie project, near Mount Isa in Queensland. Surface rock chip assay results up went to 25% copper and 7.23g/t gold at Judith and were located only 800m north of the Paddy B prospect.

Volt closes in on next Bunyu graphite offtake deal

Volt Resources has signed a cooperation agreement with HAIDA Graphite, one of China’s largest graphite companies. The agreement could lead to a future deal on the supply and purchase of graphite product from the Bunyu project in southern Tanzania. The company has also lodged an amended prospectus for its USD$40m note issue in Tanzania that includes the recent Stage 1 Feasibility Study results and a binding offtake agreement.

Successful brine trials for Australian Potash

Australian Potash has announced it has successfully transferred brine from a pre-concentration pond into a salt harvesting pond at its Lake Wells sulphate of potash project, located near Laverton in W.A. The company will produce 250kg of refined trade samples for delivery to its MoU off-take partners during the 4th quarter of 2018. The ongoing test work will feed into the company’s DFS.

Tyranna leaps into cobalt space with Nevada acquisition

ASX listed Tyranna Resources is acquiring a cobalt and base metals project at the historic Goodsprings mining district near Las Vegas in southern Nevada that contains multiple copper, zinc, lead, gold and cobalt mines. The company plans to apply modern exploration and mining techniques to the project, where mines historically produced about 20 tonnes of ore with reported grades of between 6% and 29% cobalt in the 1920s.

Chilean silver credits on the cards for Emu

ASX junior explorer Emu NL is planning to search for silver mineralisation at the Vidalita prospect in northern Chile after drilling indicated it is similar to other deposits in the Maricunga Belt that have large gold resources and significant silver credits. Follow-up drilling will also target the large zones of low grade base metal mineralisation – particularly zinc – that was outlined in the previous campaign.

Artemis completes Munni Munni JV and targets gold

Artemis Resources has completed its 70% earn-in on the Munni Munni JV tenements, located 40km south of Karratha in the Pilbara region of W.A. Whilst the area contains Australia’s largest palladium occurrence, the JV partners are initially targeting the under-explored gold potential of the area. A geological review by Artemis has identified the prospectivity for structurally-hosted, hydrothermal and/or detrital-conglomerate gold mineralisation within the JV tenements.

Greenland Minerals sets growth plan with Chinese shareholder

Greenland Minerals has executed an MoU with major shareholder, Chinese global rare earths player Shenghe, to develop the flagship Kvanefjeld project in Greenland. The agreement covers off-take, sales and marketing of rare earth products and strategic project progression going forward. The partners have agreed to flexibility in off-take arrangements for the project’s output, being either rare earths in chemical concentrate or rare earths in mineral concentrate.

Droneshield jumps red tape with US pre-approval

DroneShield’s entire suite of anti-drone products has been placed on the GSA Schedule, allowing US Government agencies to purchase its drone combating products at pre-negotiated prices and purchase terms without going through a competitive process. Its products have also been placed in the GSA advantage catalogue which allows authorised Governmental employees to purchase them online.

Ironbark discovers lucrative mineral in Greenland

Ironbark Zinc has received a study indicating that there is valuable “germanium” present in the lead minerals at its Citronen project in Greenland and that the metal is likely to be part of the planned lead concentrate. The study by the University of W.A indicated that germanium is associated with the pyrite and the company is planning to carry out further test work to determine if the grades are payable.

Vonex telco user base in rapid climb

Vonex’s registered cloud based PBX users has risen 28% year-on-year to 24,000 users at the end of July 2018 up from 18,700 in 2017, derived mainly from Channel Partner sales. The company has started a trial marketing campaign in south-eastern Queensland to gather information ahead of a launch across major Australian capital cities in October 2018.

Azumah extends gold mineralisation in Ghana

The latest drilling results from Azumah Resources’ Wa East prospect in north western Ghana have confirmed the overall prospectivity of the region and will most likely have positive implications for future increases in mineral resources and ore reserves at the broader Wa gold project. Results up to 2.44m @ 7.12g/t gold from 106m and 20m @ 1.44g/t gold from 121m in the same hole, have extended mineralisation by 80m.

Northern ready to export first rare earths shipment

ASX listed Northern Minerals has brought its Browns Range pilot plant project in W.A.’s Kimberley region to mechanical completion and has produced about 100 tonnes of xenotime concentrate for commissioning into the hydrometallurgical plant. The company can now start production of export quality rare earth carbonate, making it the only significant dysprosium and terbium producer outside of China.

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