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Greatland Gold gets drilling approval at Bromus nickel project

The two targets are relatively shallow and can be drilled from existing drill pads
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Two shallow holes will be drilled

Greatland Gold PLC (LON:GGP) has received approval to drill two holes at its Bromus nickel project in Western Australia.

The two targets are relatively shallow, well constrained by modelling and can be drilled from existing drill pads, thereby reducing the overall cost of this drilling campaign, it said.

Gervaise Heddle, chief executive added: “This drilling campaign will target two of the highly conductive targets that were identified by downhole EM modelling late last year and which, in the opinion of Southern Geosciences Consultants Pty Ltd, represent high priority targets for massive sulphide mineralisation."

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