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Emerald looks set to land a Bullseye

MORE than 18 months after its first partially successful attempt, Emerald Resources looks set to finally achieve full ownership of privately-run Western Australian gold explorer Bullseye Mining.

Image: Marc A/Unsplash

Image: Marc A/Unsplash

Bullseye controls around 1200sq.km of ground around Laverton with multiple deposits defined.   Emerald first launched a one-for-3.43 all-scrip takeover in late 2021, and after duking it out with a...

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