2 March, 2018 – Resources Rising Stars by Barry FitzGerald
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The discovery by Canada’s ASX-listed Kirkland Lake (KLA) of the 1.16moz Swan Zone at a whopping grade of 2oz a tonne at its Fosterville gold mine, east of Bendigo in Victoria, has naturally enough raised interest in exploration efforts generally in the state.
The punters want more. Long-time Victorian gold specialist Navarre Minerals (NML) – 10% owned by Kirkland – is giving them what they want with its exposure to 25,000m of drilling over the next six months across five properties, both advanced and first-pass assessment targets.
To read the story in full: Rumours about Aruma’s ‘large-scale gold system’ gain credence