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struck gold?

  1. buddfox

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    PERTH, April 2 AAP - Junior explorer Tantalum Australia NL
    thinks it has found a new gold discovery at its Hope River prospect
    in Western Australia.
    The Perth company told the market today drilling results from
    the prospect, 50km from Meekatharra, indicate a zone of ore
    containing gold in potentially economic quantities.
    Tantalum says that while the grade of gold mineralisation is low
    - one drill sample contained 10 metres at just 1.3 grams per tonne
    gold - it appeared significant.
    While little drilling has been done, and
    the entire zone is
    buried beneath 10 or 20 metres of cover, the size of the patch made
    it significant, the company said.

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