Gold nuggets found at project

Taylar AmoniniNorth West Telegraph

Mineral exploration company Kalamazoo Resources has gone from strength to strength after further gold nuggets were discovered.

Found at The Sisters gold project 110km south west of Port Hedland, the gold nuggets were discovered during early metal detecting program.

The discovery comes after the recent announcement that Kalamazoo had secured an option to acquire 80 per cent of the non-lithium mineral rights at The Sisters project.

The nuggets found were irregular shapes, which suggested they originated from an source such as quartz veins.

Kalamazoo managing director Peter Benjamin said the organisation was encouraged by the early results from The Sisters project.

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“The Sisters project is adjacent to projects held by ASX-listed Coziron Resources Ltd, recently acquired from the Creasy group, De Grey Mining, Segue Resources and Sayona Mining, all of which are currently extremely active in the area,” he said.

Nearing completion of its review of the tenement package, Kalamazoo is now assessing the potential for gold mineralisation of all styles and the potential for other metals in the tenement package.

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