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With its first drilling campaign at the Golconda project in Arizona, Gold 50 (ASX:G50) has struck some impressive high-grade gold and silver mineralisation.

Initial results include 35m @ 5.2g/t gold and 5.9g/t silver from 176.8m, including 9m @ 19.5g/t gold and 17.8g/t silver at hole GRC06.

It has some impressive silver hits, too, showing 11m @ 1.2g/t gold, 399g/t silver, 0.31% copper and 0.55% zinc from 61.0m and immediately below historic underground workings at hole GRC03.

The explorer’s next move will be to conduct trenching further fieldwork prior to another drilling campaign later this year.

Bastion Minerals (ASX:BMO)
has discovered highly prospective, high-grade REEs at its strategic exploration tenure near Gyttorp in southern Sweden.

Rock chip samples of greater than 2.86% and 3.64% total rare earth oxide (TREO) have been recorded from historic sampling.

The company plans to undertake systematic geochemical sampling of known mineral occurrences within the tenement in conjunction with reconnaissance geological mapping. Existing airborne surveys will be used to help define prospective regions.


In a break from resources, Oneview Healthcare (ASX:ONE) has entered into a reselling agreement with NYSE-listed Baxter International, one of the leading care communications providers in the world.

Under the deal, Baxter will resell Oneview’s Care Experience Platform (CXP) in the US market, including the CXP Cloud Enterprise which provides a unified set of digital tools in a single bedside solution.


Conversational intelligence and unified conversational recording company Dubber Corp (ASX:DUB) has announced it’s on track to deliver a record revenue result of $30m in FY23, with an annualised exit revenue run-rate of $36m based on expected revenues for June following a review of its operations.

Q4 FY23 revenue is expected to be up 20% on Q3 FY23, with DUB also on track to achieve cash flow breakeven during FY25 within existing cash reserves.


And briefly back to resources, Ionic Rare Earths (ASX:IXR) has proven its ability to recycle magnet rare earth oxides after its demonstration plant in Belfast, UK, produced high quality neodymium oxide and dysprosium oxide.

The milestone production of 4.2kg of 99.7% grade of the light REE neodymium oxide and 0.6kg of 99.8% grade heavy REE dysprosium oxide comes less than nine months after the company received UK Government support.

The company says being able to recycle waste permanent magnets will help alleviate the projected deficit for MREOs as the market grows from the current US$3bn to US$15bn by the end of the decade.


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