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Kagara to go solo at Admiral Bay

ONCE touted as a project for a major with deep pockets, the Admiral Bay lead-zinc project in Western Australia will be tested by cashed-up owner Kagara Zinc in the next dry season around March next year, with the aim of having an inferred resource of around 50 million tonnes by late next year.

Michael Quinn
Kagara to go solo at Admiral Bay

Kagara is planning around 20 holes at the project, located 140km south of Broome, with a budget of $6 million approved. Mineralisation at Admiral Bay has been identified over 18km, with Kagara to target...

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