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New Century quits cattle

NORTHERN Queensland may be cattle country but not for New Century Resources any more, with the zinc miner selling its 49% stake in the Lawn Hill & Riversleigh Pastoral Holding Company for $9.8 million.

New Century has sold its cattle business stake.

New Century has sold its cattle business stake.

The stake has been sold to the Waanyi SPC, which represents the Waanyi People, the traditional owners of the Lawn Hill region where New Century's Century mine is located. WSPC already has the 51% controlling...

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