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AustMines heads back to the boondocks

GOLD explorer Australian Mines is returning to its roots by broadening its portfolio to include ground in the emerging Arunta region of Western Australia and Northern Territory.

Michael Quinn
AustMines heads back to the boondocks

AustMines is farming  into tenements in WA covering 345 square kilometres and can earn an initial 51% by spending $A345,000 over the next two years. It can then increase that stake to 80% by spending another...

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