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Thor Mining finds nickel, copper indicators at Dundas

By BFN News | 08:47 AM | Tuesday 16 April, 2013

Thor Mining said follow-up geochemistry results showed nickel and copper indicators at the Dundas gold project in southeast Western Australia. The results were from infill surface soil geochemistry (XRF) in the north eastern part of the tenement holding. Infill grid soil XRF analysis has commenced in the north eastern area of exploration tenement, E63/1102 (THR 60%) where the geology comprises Fraser Complex mafics and ultramafics which host significant recent nickel discoveries. Results of the additional soil sampling indicate three areas of elevated nickel (Figure 3) which are broadly coincident with elevated copper. Coincident elevated nickel and copper geochemistry is characteristic of the Nova discovery 70 km to the north of the Thor gold tenements. At 8:47am: (LON:THR) share price was +0.06p at 0.43p Story provided by

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