VIC golden triangle/DUD in wrong part of VIC

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    But you can’t take away the state’s historical status as one of the world’s leading gold producers. The recent gold price retraction from record levels took the gloss off North Stawell’s much-anticipated listing, with the shares now well shy of the 50c issue price.

    A spin-off of Victor Smorgon Group’s Leviathan Resources, North Stawell is exploring the notion that the rich gold resource that supports the Stawell gold mine extends 50km underground. North Stawell’s 262sq km of tenements are at the periphery of the so-called Golden Triangle between Stawell, Bendigo and Ballarat.

    The goal is to unearth a clone of Kirkland Lake Gold’s revived Fosterville mine, which contains a monstrous 2.7 million ounces of gold at more than 30g a tonne. Armed with $20m from the raising, North Stawell will launch a $14m, 75,000m drill program over two years.

    The Smorgon family retains a 36 per cent stake post-IPO. North Stawell enjoys the backing of Arete Capital Partners, a boutique resources fund chaired by WMC legend Hugh Morgan.

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    There is always a golden triangle if you invest in 1st group
    https://www2.asx.com.au/markets/company/1st

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    dud city dyor

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    The area encompassing the Woods Point goldfield and the multiple high-grade
    gold bearing dyke structures located north towards Jamieson and south towards
    Walhalla formed one of the most significant mining fields in Australian history.
    Historical gold production was at least 155 t or around six million ounces of
    over a century of mining with an average production grade exceeding 27 g per
    tonne. The bulk of this recorded production came from just a handful of mines
    and of those only three were mined to any great depth.

    One of the key historical production hubs in this area was the famous
    ‘Morning Star’ mine, which is situated adjacent to Woods Point township. The
    Morning Star mine produced almost one million ounces at 27 grams per tonne,
    operating fairly continuously between 1861 and 1959 with a break after Jan 1939
    due to the devastating ‘Black Friday’ bush fi res across eastern Victoria.
    During the early 1940s, the Morning Star was Australia’s biggest gold mine. The
    Morning Star mine along with Walhalla ensured that this goldfield was third
    behind Bendigo and Ballarat as Victoria’s biggest hardrock gold production
    centre.

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    wrong VIC address sunshine and mkt knows it go the dud

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    where are the instos,,,pump and dump over ?? dyor

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    wrong side of the VIC gold map sunshine go the dud imo

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    The area encompassing the Woods Point goldfield and the multiple high-grade
    gold bearing dyke structures located north towards Jamieson and south towards
    Walhalla formed one of the most significant mining fields in Australian history.
    Historical gold production was at least 155 t or around six million ounces of
    over a century of mining with an average production grade exceeding 27 g per
    tonne. The bulk of this recorded production came from just a handful of mines
    and of those only three were mined to any great depth.

    One of the key historical production hubs in this area was the famous
    ‘Morning Star’ mine, which is situated adjacent to Woods Point township. The
    Morning Star mine produced almost one million ounces at 27 grams per tonne,
    operating fairly continuously between 1861 and 1959 with a break after Jan 1939
    due to the devastating ‘Black Friday’ bush fi res across eastern Victoria.
    During the early 1940s, the Morning Star was Australia’s biggest gold mine. The
    Morning Star mine along with Walhalla ensured that this goldfield was third
    behind Bendigo and Ballarat as Victoria’s biggest hardrock gold production
    centre.

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    look at map all action on the left of map the dud is dud right of map dyor..good luck

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    coming up to 3 months of silence from the dream team about how this 'gold producer' is actually performing.

    so it must be going great, right?

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    Its actually under 2 months. Reading isn't your strong point.

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    Nice and green today boss.
    A nice SP run towards Xmas may be on the cards if they are getting somewhere with A1.

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    wow $3 k of stock ..laughable where are the instos??

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    Instos are waiting for cheap stock from holders wanting to cash in for their allocation. So far no sellers...

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    The fact that it hasn’t been sold down to the 30c CR level suggests most of the current SH are believers.

    Let’s hope that faith gets rewarded at some point during the gold price boom. It won’t last forever.

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    go the dud lol

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    dulux doing well...nothing.. the dud

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