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EYEBROW

29 September 2017
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Dumont back as nickel-cobalt opportunity

Quebec nickel-cobalt project taking calls from interested parties

First Cobalt aims to 'blanket the camp'

Canada cobalt company to spend C$7m on Cobalt Camp drilling

Fission Uranium to focus on R1515W, PFS

Athabasca Basin explorer to focus on land-based zone in latest exploration programme

Iron ore heading for $50/t

Dane Davis says Chinese conditions will soon push iron ore prices down $20/t

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SEG 2017 Conference, Ore Deposits of Asia: China and Beyond

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Exploration / Development > Discovery

"You get to witness the discovery of a gold project here today"

Arizona Mining this year attracted a US$80 million investment from South32 and is, COO Don Taylor told this week’s Denver Gold Forum, developing “one of the world’s best undeveloped zinc deposits”. But Taylor was speaking to a half-empty room that minutes earlier was standing room only for the day’s hottest ticket.

Exploration / Development > Discovery

"You get to witness the discovery of a gold project here today"

Arizona Mining this year attracted a US$80 million investment from South32 and is, COO Don Taylor told this week’s Denver Gold Forum, developing “one of the world’s best undeveloped zinc deposits”. But Taylor was speaking to a half-empty room that minutes earlier was standing room only for the day’s hottest ticket.

"You get to witness the discovery of a gold project here today"

Novo president Dr Quinton Hennigh watches on during a live cross to Western Australia at the Denver Gold Forum

Novo Resources (TSXV: NVO) chairman Dr Quinton Hennigh and some of his geological team over in Western Australia’s north, more than 15,500km away, commanded centre stage with a “world-first” mix of live presentation from Hennigh, and a live telecast from Purdy’s Reward in WA (after 1am in the morning local time).

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