- Greatland Gold said laboratory assay results had significantly extended the known mineralisation intersected during the first drilling campaign at its Havieron copper and cobalt project in Western Australia state.

Highlights included intersecting 367.1 metres at 1.15 gold per tonne, 0.44% copper and 176 parts per million of cobalt from 471 metres.

'We are very pleased by these excellent results which further demonstrate the potential for Havieron to become a multi-commodity, bulk tonnage, underground mining operation of truly significant scale,' chief executive Gervaise Heddle said.

At 2:34pm: [LON:GGP] Greatland Gold PLC share price was -0.35p at 2.09p

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