Diamond producer Newfield Resources has announced a A$12.5 million capital raising, comprising a firm commitment of $2.5 million and partial underwriting of up to $10 million.
The company will also cancel $40 million worth of corporate bonds.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has agreed to invest C$8.5 million in Euro Manganese.
The funding will support the development of European Manganese's Chvaletice manganese project in the Czech Republic.
Venture Minerals' $1.25 million share purchase plan, announced in December, has closed heavily oversubscribed, raising $6 million.
The company received applications for $8.7 million, representing a subscription rate of 700%.
The SPP fully funds the updated feasibility study for the Mount Lindsay tin-tungsten project.
Laneway Resources has raised $1.9 million in a placement and is planning a further $1 million placement and a non-renounceable, pro-rata entitlement offer to raise $4.5 million.
The program is being managed by Bizzell Capital Partners, a company associated with Laneway chairman Stephen Bizzell.
The funds will be used for drilling, debt repayment and working capital.
Collapsed explorer Pacific Bauxite is seeking to raise up to $4.5 million as part of its recapitalisation.
The company announced the acquisition of PGE projects in WA and plans to change its name to Julimar Minerals.
Critical Resources has raised $4 million to complete the acquisition of the Mavis Lake lithium project.
The company is planning to start drilling immediately.
Finally, Pantera Minerals has raised $1.5 million in two tranches to fund exploration at the newly acquired Hellcat lead-zinc project in WA.
Shares will be issued at 20c each and accompanied by 25c options, lead managed by PAC Partners.