UNDERGROUND

Look at MOY go for gold

MILLENNIUM Minerals’ plan of targeting larger, more sustainable ore sources at the Nullagine gold mine and introducing higher grade ore to the plant to take advantage of better head grades is paying off, with the mine producing 10,193 gold ounces in September and 22,414oz over the September quarter.

 The Nullagine mine

The Nullagine mine

The quarterly figure is a 77% increase on June's quarterly amount of 12,639oz. The increase is primarily due to the higher head grades from the Bartons underground mine and higher-grade open pit ore sources...

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