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December 31, 2007
Analysis of existing geophysical data was completed. The review has indicated that if the two tenement areas are deemed prospective for base metals, specifically intrusive style nickel/copper from geological assessment, then the next phase of geophysical exploration recommended would be an electromagnetic survey. 58 samples were taken on a fieldtrip following up and validating targets generated from a recent geochemical data review. Assay results and interpretation are expected in Q1 2008.
March 31, 2007
The Heritage Survey was completed, covering proposed drill sites on E69/1963 covering the magnetic/geochemistry anomaly. No sites were located in the exploration area and exploration can proceed. A final report is expected in the coming months.
December 31, 2006
Preparation for a scout drilling programme over the platinum anomaly covering the air-magnetic targets within E69/1963 was continuing. Previous surface sampling has outlined the presence of elevated platinum geochemistry over an area measuring 2.5km by 600m with assays up to 8ppb against a background of 1 to 2 ppb. Environmental permitting is completed and Aboriginal heritage clearance is underway. Within E69/1964, a broad-spaced (100m x 40m) surface geochemical survey over air-magnetic targets was carried out . Results failed to delineate any areas of anomalous geochemistry. An assessment of the suitability of the sampling technique used is being made ahead of a decision on the next phase of investigation on this tenement. In addition, the Company relinquished E69/1962 on Nov 17/06.