Bellevue Gold has received the final regulatory approval required to get into production (reports MiningNews).
And sold-off Centaurus, which has lots of nickel for lithium batteries, prepares for offtake talks which could reignite its share price.
By Barry FitzGerald
It used to be said that when America sneezed the rest of the world caught a cold, with the only difference today being that it’s China sneezing which is giving everyone else a sore throat.
By Tim Treadgold
Sweden-focused Alicanto Minerals’ work at its Sala project in Sweden has successfully delineated two discoveries within 600m of its Prince lode resource (reports MiningNews).
By Mining News
Investors in ASX-listed uranian miner Paladin Energy appear unconvinced by management’s attempts to pour cold water on reports that the Namibian government is seeking to nationalise the country’s mines (reports The Australian Financial Review).
Emerging sulphate of potash (SOP) player Trigg Minerals (ASX: TMG) says it has received “highly encouraging” results on a new processing technology that could be a “game changer” for the SOP industry (reports Small Caps).
A new analysis of where Trek Metals is at suggests there’s plenty of upside for investors as the company ramps up its search for battery metals (reports Stockhead).
A recent discovery has changed the way Rox Resources sees a potential development playing out at its Youanmi gold project in Western Australia (reports MiningNews).
Bill Beament’s Develop Mining is partnering with an Indigenous business to help it establish contracting services to miners, with a plan to secure joint deals worth up to $50 million (reports The West Australian).
Bill Beament’s Develop has reported promising metallurgical results for its Sulphur Springs zinc-copper project in the Pilbara, ahead of updated economics later this month (reports MiningNews).
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