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Smooth sailing for Dreadnought as Yampi sound opens

AN OLD military reserve in Western Australia’s north closed to the public for the past 40 years could soon reveal some of its riches as Dreadnought Resources kicks off a field program the likes of which have never been seen before at the Tarraji-Yampi nickel-copper-gold project.

 Yampi Sound

Yampi Sound

Dreadnought's project near Derby in the West Kimberley is in the Yampi Sound reserve, an area used by the Department of Defence for training since the 1950s before being opened up under the federal government's...

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