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Go 'above and beyond' with exploration applications: AMEC 

MORE than two months on from the Wardens Court's contentious True Fella versus Pantoro South decision increased the risk to security of tenure in Western Australia, and the Association of Mining and Exploration Companies says there's still a lack of clarity coming from the state government.

You should do a lot more paperwork before you pick up rocks

You should do a lot more paperwork before you pick up rocks

In August warden Genevieve Cleary dismissed an application for an exploration licence near Norseman by True Fella in favour of ASX-listed Pantoro, invalidating True Fella's bid because it failed to provide...

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