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Freshly relisted Loyal Lithium (ASX:LLI) has its initiated a comprehensive exploration program at its recently acquired Hidden Lake project in lithium-rich Canada.

The Hidden Lake project is in the emerging Yellowknife Lithium Belt in the glacial, northwest part of the country.

Some 315 untested individual pegmatite outcrops have been by the company identified via high-resolution satellite imagery.

“With the first phase of our exploration program now underway, we can immediately see the potential of this underexplored project,” MD Adam Ritchie says.

“The impressive historical metallurgical results are likely a product of the metasediment geological setting, with simple minerology resulting in large spodumene crystals throughout the pegmatites.”

Stellar Resources (ASX:SRZ) has intersected a broad copper-bearing stockwork zone at the North Scamander prospect in north-east Tasmania.

The discovery confirms the presence of a significant hydrothermal system at depth under the site’s historic drilling locations.

Stellar’s executive director, Gary Fietz said: “All the signs point towards an emerging base metals discovery on Tasmania’s east coast”.

Advance Metals (ASX:AVM) has confirmed high-grade copper potential in its exploring exploits at the Augustus Polymetallic Project in Arizona.

The company notes that XRF sample results reveal copper grades as high as 20.47% Cu, with a large area for potential copper ore identified through drone-supported ground surveys, geological field reconnaissance, satellite analysis, and geochemical surveys.

And Carawine Resources (ASX:CWX) has commenced drilling on the hunt for nickel-copper deposits at Fraser Range, with three holes testing the the source of bedrock conductors identified from moving-loop electromagnetic (MLEM) surveys at the Big Bang tenement.


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