Aurumin’s Two Mile Hill could underpin future production

Aurumin’s Brad Valiukas speaks with Proactive’s Elisha Newell about how the company is expanding its tenement footprint and looking for new deposits following the release of results showing a 344-metre intersection grading 1.29 g/t gold in its first diamond drill hole at the Two Mile Hill deposit within the 100%-owned, 784,000-ounce Central Sandstone Gold Project in WA. Aurumin is seeking to extend and better define Two Mile Hill’s inferred underground mineral resource estimate of 14.2 million tonnes at 1.1 g/t for 500,000 ounces. There are more results to come from the now completed fourth diamond drill hole, which the AUN managing director also believes will be highly encouraging. Valiukas says the Two Mile Hill underground deposit is a key part of the project and has the scale to potentially underpin future production.

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