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PKKP get share of Black Cat

GOLD explorer Black Cat Syndicate has been granted a social license to operate the Paulsens gold project on Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinikura country, after working directly with PKKP Traditional Owners to modernise existing Native Title and heritage protection agreements.

 PKKP director Rehannan Chubby (left), Black Cat managing director Gareth Solly and PKKP chairman Terry Drage (right).

PKKP director Rehannan Chubby (left), Black Cat managing director Gareth Solly and PKKP chairman Terry Drage (right).

The existing Native Title and heritage protection agreements over Paulsens were first established in 2002. About 85% of Paulsens gold resources, including the existing underground mine, sits on PKKP-owned...

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