Estrella Resources says it has intersected 17 metres of nickel-copper sulphides within its Carr Boyd project near an old nickel-copper in Western Australia, Kallanish reports.
The drill hole intersected semi-massive to disseminated nickel-copper sulphides at the emerging Broonhill target. It remains open along strike and down dip and is a completely different deposit than the T5 mineralisation that is 1,500 metres to the south, the Australia-based company says. Th…
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