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Emily Ann North Massive Nickel Sulphides

January 2016 / Read more →

A 10.5 m nickel mineralised intersection was recorded in the second hole PLJD0002, of the Emily Ann Extension drill programme. The intersection grades at an impressive 3.2 %, containing 5.7 m at 4.7 % and 1.3 m at 10.2 %. The detailed analysis, targeting the potential … read more

Monty Massive Copper Sulphides

June 2015 / Read more →

Spectacular intersections, including 16.5 m of high tenor copper grading 18.9% Cu and 2.1 g/t Au at Sandfire Resources Ltd Monty prospect (a Sandfire 70% / 30% Talisman JV), have ignited an otherwise dull market for base metal explorers. The discoveries, on the opposite side of … read more

Savannah North massive Nickel-Copper-Cobalt

February 2014 / Read more →

Panoramic Resources began an exploration programme north of Savannah Deeps in late February, targeting structurally offset repeats of their Ni-Cu-Co sulphide mineralisation. Discovery hole KUD1525 intersected 89.3 m @ 1.6 % Ni from 704.9 m down-hole. Newexco has been working with Panoramic to employ the sequence of exploration … read more

Nova massive Nickel Sulphide Deposit

July 2012 / Read more →

Sirius Resources in conjunction with Newexco’s Geophysical Principal Bill Amann, designed and implemented the geophysical programme from which the discovery hole, SFRC0024, was targeted. This lead to the discovery and drill-out of the Nova nickel sulphide deposit, east of Norseman, in the Albany-Fraser Belt. Further exploration focusing … read more

Mallee Bull ‘Cobar Style’ Polymetallic discovery

January 2012 / Read more →

Mallee Bull is a ‘discovery in progress’, located within the Cobar district of NSW. The collaboration between Newexco and Peel Mining Pty Ltd has transformed a coincident electromagnetic and magnetic anomaly into an expanding copper-silver-gold-lead-zinc-cobalt discovery: the best intersection to date being 84 m at 5% … read more

Spotted Quoll deposit Forrestania

October 2007 / Read more →

Newexco’s team of geologists and geophysicists discovered the Spotted Quoll deposit at Forrestania for client Western Areas NL, in October 2007.  This high grade nickel deposit remained undetected for over 35 years despite diamond drill testing by previous explorers. Indeed, the main Western Belt baseline runs … read more

Flying Fox T-0 to T-7 blind deposits at Forrestania

September 2003 / Read more →

Newexco discovered the blind Flying Fox deposits at Forrestania for client Western Areas NL in August, 2003. These buried and structurally dislocated deposits remained undetected by previous explorers for more than 30 years. Subsequent to the T-1 to T-5 discoveries Newexco planned and drilled a series of … read more

Gold and nickel prospects, Blair North

January 2006 / Read more →

The gold and nickel prospects at Blair North were discovered at Blair North and the George’s Reward Prospect drilled to JORC Inferred Status. Also discovered was the Northern Zone where sheeted veins of high grade visible gold is hosted in granite, basalt and felsic volcanics beneath … read more

Silver Swan Deeps, Kalgoorlie

January 2000 / Read more →

Working for the Outokumpu OMA-MPI JV, Newexco discovered the high grade extension to the Silver Swan massive sulphide nickel deposit by deep drilling (1399 m drillholes BSD141 and daughters) and the application of innovative downhole EM techniques and geological concepts. Savannah Deeps, East Kimberley for Panoramic Resources Copernicus, … read more