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NSW manganese hunt: a wild or inspired idea?

THE first edition of <i>The Minerals of New South Wales</i> that was published in 1888 found there was “no great abundance" of manganese in New South Wales, but new IPO hopeful Great Dirt Resources is hoping to prove that is far from the case.

Historical manganese workings

Historical manganese workings

The explorer has a single licence in the Barraba region, about 100km north of Tamworth, sitting in the New England Fold Belt from which manganese was produced between the 1940s and 1960s, but when BHP...

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