- Resources company Rambler Metals and Mining said it continued to intersect high-grade copper at its Ming mine in Canada.

Highlights included intersecting 9.45 metres at 3.54% copper.

'The positive assay results received in the program so far provide confidence in our near-term production outlook, having confirmed the earlier block model based on wider-spaced drilling in the target areas,' chief executive Toby Bradbury said.

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