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Community

Stavely Minerals Limited recognises that responsible community engagement is a key part of its exploration activities, and fundamental to its future as a successful exploration and mineral development company.

We have a commitment to the communities in which we operate, and consider that sound community engagement practices provide benefits for all stakeholders, including local residents, landowners, shareholders, employees, contractors and the broader community. 

We are committed to regular, open and honest communication with the community so locals are aware of our exploration activities through appropriate disclosure of information, to consult with them to obtain feedback, and to provide a mechanism for resolving any concerns or complaints they might have. 

We recognise that all stakeholders with whom we engage should be treated with respect and fairness, and we seek to protect the environment and enrich the communities in which we work. Community engagement works best where it is an ongoing cumulative process enabling relationships and trust to build and strengthen over time and is essential for a viable future.

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Stavely Project - Economic Impact Report

Deloitte Economic Impact Study - March 2021

Drilling Confirms Substantial Extensions to High-Grade Mt Ararat VMS Copper-Gold-Zinc Deposit

Strong drilling results highlight potential for Mt Ararat deposit to form part of an expanded project based on the Cayley Lode discovery

Toora West Strong Evidence of Emerging Porphyry Discovery

Further encouraging indications from shallow air-core drilling ~15km NW of the Thursday’s Gossan prospect provide a strong target for deeper diamond drilling

More High-Grade Copper-Gold-Silver Intercepts in the Cayley Lode to Support Maiden Resource Estimate 

Thick zones of strong Cayley Lode mineralisation intersected grading up to 6.86% Cu