Buxton expands Kimberley holdings

BOUYED by some extremely promising exploration results in its Double Magic project in Western Australia’s Kimberley region Buxton Resources has acquired the adjacent landholding from New World Cobalt.

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Ram found some promising sulphides in the Kimberley.

The West Kimberley project was a legacy asset for the recently rebranded New World from its era as Ram Resources, and covers some 552sq.km adjacent to the Merlin prospect.
 
New World's interest in three tenements, which adds 552sq.km to Buxton's 824sq.km, reportedly contain the north-western continuation of the geological sequence that hosts Buxton's Merlin prospect, and the company considers the areas highly prospective for additional nickel-copper-cobalt sulphide mineralisation within the Ruins Dolerite.
 
The Ruin Dolerite is similar in age and composition to the intrusion on the east side of the Hall Creek Orogen that hosts Panoramic Resources' Savannah nickel-copper mine.
 
Buxton will earn...