- Thor Mining said further positive assay results were produced from a second batch of bulk sample drill hole at its Molyhil tungsten molybdenum deposit in Australia's Northern Territory.

Highlights included intersecting 3.5 metres at 1.32% tungsten trioxide, from 9.5 metres.

'It is very rewarding to have more high-tenor bulk sample assay results at Molyhil and to have confirmation of extensive high-grade scheelite and molybdenum mineralisation,' executive chairman Mick Billing said.

'The continued confirmation of copper mineralisation at potentially economic levels is also very pleasing.'

'Thor has commissioned a review of the resource estimate for Molyhil to include this, however until that work is complete, we can ascribe no additional value for any potential copper at this time.'

At 1:54pm: [LON:THR] Thor Mining PLC share price was 0p at 0.55p

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