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Silver Lake's nickel potential exciting Lunnon

COMPLETION of a deal by Lunnon Metals for two ex-WMC nickel mines at Kambalda is cause for serious excitement judging by the bullish sentiment expressed by Lunnon's managing director Ed Ainscough at the Australian Nickel Conference late last week.

 Lunnon managing director Ed Ainscough speaking at the Australian Nickel Conference. Image: Paydirt

Lunnon managing director Ed Ainscough speaking at the Australian Nickel Conference. Image: Paydirt

Ainscough said the "size of the prize" potentially on offer in the vicinity of one of the two mines being acquired, Silver Lake, was along the lines of what the formerly named Independence (now IGO) had...

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