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    Anyone thinking of selling should read some of the announcements I have saved over the years.

    ALLAMBER
    29/9/11 Thundelarra is pleased to report that reverse circulation (RC) drilling at the Company’s 100% owned Allamber Project in the Northern Territory has intersected significant new copper sulphide and silver mineralisation at the Hatrick Prospect.
    7/12/11 Thundelarra is pleased to report that drilling at the Company’s 100% owned Allamber Project in the Northern Territory has intersected significant uranium mineralisation over extensive widths.
    22/12/11 Thundelarra is pleased to report that all copper assays are now available for the latest phase of drilling completed at the Allamber Project, with 10 out of the 16 holes drilled returning highly elevated copper values over significant widths, including: · Hole TAL053RC – 31 metres at 1,739ppm Cu including 1 metre at 0.7% Cu · Hole TAL056RC – 54 metres at 1,205ppm Cu including 1 metre at 0.8% Cu · Hole TAL060RC – 22 metres at 2,382ppm Cu including 2 metres at 1.7% Cu · Hole TAL060RC – 28 metres at 1,758ppm Cu including 1 metre at 1.5% Cu · Hole TAL064RC – 23 metres at 1,985ppm Cu including 2 metres at 1.3% Cu In 2011 Thundelarra has been targeting both copper and uranium at Allamber after drilling in late 2010 intersected significant copper mineralisation, including a 7 metre intercept at the Lucas Prospect assaying 9.69% copper (oxide). The first phase of this year’s program delivered further success with drill intercepts of up to 19 metres at 1.94% copper (sulphide) from the Hatrick Prospect (ASX 29 September 2011). Of the 16 holes completed in the latest phase of drilling, 10 were primarily focused on uranium and as previously reported (ASX 7 December 2011), significant widths of ore-grade uranium mineralisation were intersected. Importantly, most of these holes also returned broad zones of highly elevated copper values. The attached table presents intercepts that exceed 1000ppm copper. The wipespread copper mineralisation in the Allamber Project appears to be stratabound in nature occurring as broad zones within the dolomitic, pyritic, graphitic shales of the Palaeoproterozoic Masson Formation (metapelite sequence). The Masson Formation is extensive within the project area, is steeply dipping adjacent to the intrusive contact with the granites of the Cullen Granite Supersuite but appears to be almost flat lying to gently dipping away from the granite contact.
    4/10/12 Detailed analysis of the assays received to date from the recent 2,179m, 23-hole RC drill program at the Allamber base metals project have delivered encouraging results at five prospects: Ox-Eyed Herring, Tarpon, South Brumby, Cliff South and Nipper. Allamber is about 180km south-east of Darwin in the Pine Creek Region of the Northern Territory and is one of three Thundelarra Projects in the area known as the Pine Creek Orogen (Figure 1). Pine Creek has a history of prolific metal production, including gold, uranium, copper and iron ore, and remains a highly prospective field with many exploration opportunities. Our energetic exploration program is aimed at finding a key to future significant discoveries. We believe these results could be the first step along that path.
    10/10/12 Thundelarra is pleased to announce that assay results and petrographic studies on graphite samples taken from drill holes at the Allamber Project have been received and evaluated. The results indicate that significant potential for graphite exists along the 18km strike length of a metapelitic (carbonaceous shale) unit between the Hatrick and Cliff South prospects.
    15/11/12 Thundelarra is pleased to announce that the second round of drilling for 2012 is underway at its Allamber base metals project in the Pine Creek Region of the Northern Territory, approximately 180km south-east of Darwin. The current drilling program has been designed to follow-up the recent primary copper intersections at Tarpon and Nipper prospects, located on the southern part of the project area.
    29/11/12 Thundelarra is pleased to report very encouraging initial results from the follow-up drilling program currently being carried out at Allamber (ASX release: 15 November 2012). As previously indicated, our geologists consider the local geology to have potential for skarn style mineralisation. Drilling to test geophysical targets at two Allamber prospects, Tarpon and Nipper (Figure 1), has intersected polymetallic mineralisation within contact-metasomatic rocks with skarn characteristics on the margin of the Allamber Springs Granite intrusion. In the current program, 7 reverse circulation holes have been drilled to date for 920m (Table 2) and drilling is continuing.
    12/12/12 Thundelarra is pleased to report that assays from recent drilling at the Cliff South prospect have confirmed the presence of further high-grade uranium intercepts. All three holes drilled at the prospect in the most recent program have intersected significant uranium intervals.
    5/2/13 Thundelarra is pleased announce that the recent Rotary Air Blast (RAB) drilling at Curara Well in the Doolgunna region of Western Australia has intersected significant copper, nickel and chromium anomalism. This augurs well for the project’s potential to host either repetitions of the DeGrussa style copper-gold mineralisation, or alternatively Plutonic-style gold mineralisation.
    3/2/15 A program comprising twenty-one Reverse Circulation drillholes, for a total advance of 3,482m, started in October 2014 and was completed in late November 2014. It was designed to test seven prospects within the Allamber Project area. Holes were drilled at the Swamp Donkey, Hatrick, Nipper, Ox-Eyed Herring, North Brumby, Sulphur Hill and Cliff South prospects (see Figure 2). Overall the program was a success, allowing an assessment of the economic potential of several of the Allamber prospects to be made. The continuing development of the understanding of the Ox-Eyed Herring / Tarpon prospect areas is of some significance and these areas in particular warrant detailed follow-up in future work programs. The geophysical data still awaited from completed downhole surveys will help to guide the siting of subsequent drilling. The high grade copper intercepts in hole TAL136RC (5m at 4.23% Cu) are particularly encouraging. The two holes at Cliff South could not be collared in the ideal locations and consequently further work to test properly the zone below the base of oxidation is still needed.
 
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