UNDERGROUND

Galena ready to get the lead out

MINING has reached the orebody at Galena’s 60%-owned Abra base metals mine in Western Australia’s Gascoyne region.

 Underground geologist Georgina Spiers inspecting first ore heading at Abra (Photo taken November 11, 2022).

Underground geologist Georgina Spiers inspecting first ore heading at Abra (Photo taken November 11, 2022).

The first underground ore heading has been reached on the 1300m RL access drive by mining contractor Byrnecut, with underground development reaching 2949m for first ore 250m below the surface. A second...

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