February 27, 2009 Reported that a follow-up survey has confirmed a uranium anomaly at the Boydells prospect. The ground spectrometer survey identified a small area (approximately 100m x 50m) with uranium equivalent values up 840ppm (or 990ppm U3O8 equivalent ) coincident with the airborne radiometric anomaly.
January 15, 2009 Reported that mapping and sampling of a strong 1km-long uranium radiometric anomaly is in
preparation at Yerritup. At Boydells, A small (400m diameter) but strong uranium radiometric anomaly associated with a drainage system
September 30, 2008 76 reconnaissance geochemical samples were taken at Neds Corner over aeromagnetic targets. Gold values did not exceed background and other values were low except for copper (peak value 200ppm) and molybdenum (peak value 15ppm), compared to background of 5ppm and 1.5ppm respectively