- Greatland Gold said it had identified multiple targets at its Paterson Range East licence in Australia, following completion of comprehensive geophysical surveys conducted over the entire licence area.

Eight high-priority targets have been identified following modelling of detailed magnetic and gravity data, including four primary targets.

'The results from the recent geophysical surveys at Paterson Range East further advance our knowledge and understanding of an underexplored part of the Paterson which has outstanding potential to host tier-one gold-copper deposits,' chief executive Gervaise Heddle said.

'In particular, the Los Diablos and Prefect targets share very similar geophysical characteristics to Havieron, and appear to be under significantly less cover than Havieron.'

'Our systematic exploration programmes across the Paterson Range East and Scallywag prospect areas this year have successfully highlighted a dozen high-priority targets.'

'We look forward to advancing this exciting set of opportunities as we continue to accelerate our exploration activities in the Paterson region.'

At 2:45pm: [LON:GGP] Greatland Gold PLC share price was -0.01p at 1.73p

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