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Outstanding Assays of up to 10% Copper, 25g/t Gold and 2,540g/t Silver within Latest Wide Drill Intercepts Confirm North-Western Extension of the Cayley Lode

Strike extent of the Cayley Lode confirmed to 900m with further assays pending; Additional intercept interpreted to be the Copper Lode Splay at shallow depth

Early-Stage Air-core Drilling Results Point to New Porphyry Discovery at Toora West

Encouraging indications from shallow air-core drilling ~15km NW of the Thursday’s Gossan Prospect highlight “province-scale” exploration potential across Stavely’s tenure

More Wide Intercepts Confirm Cayley Lode Extension

Strike extent of resource definition area confirmed to 850m with further assays pending; Plus, clasts of copper mineralised porphyry in breccia provide strongest evidence to date of a mineralised porphyry underlying the Thursday’s Gossan prospect