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Novo and Artemis dissolve conglomerate gold JV

JUNIOR explorer Artemis Resources has decided to end its once highly vaunted Pilbara conglomerate gold joint venture with Canada's Novo Resources Corporation, and sell out of two key tenements, saying it wants to focus on its Carlow Castle project elsewhere in the Pilbara, and its Paterson Province, both in Western Australia. 

 Artemis has sold two key Pilbara tenements.

Artemis has sold two key Pilbara tenements.

Novo and Artemis conducted some intensive trenching at the 50:50 Purdy's Reward area in 2017, early in the gold rush, hyped as "the" place to find Witwatersrand Basin-style gold mineralisation, while 47...

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