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Gascoyne starts Glenburgh study

6th Feb 2012

PERTH, Feb 6 – Development of the Glenburgh gold project in the Gascoyne Province, Western Australia has moved a step closer with Gascoyne Resources launching work on a feasibility study and aiming to release an updated resource estimate this month.

Gascoyne has lodged a mining lease application for the 3000ha project that includes the Icon, Apollo, Mustang, Shelby, Hurricane, Zone 102, Zone 126, NE 3, Tuxedo deposits and the new Torino/South West prospect areas.

Further diamond and RC drilling will commence at Glenburgh this month.



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