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There was a good attendance at the last meeting of the CWA on Friday, October 5 when the branch held their Annual GeneraL Meeting. Mrs Betty Jackson was again elected President. The following office bearers were elected:

Getting Involved: As a member of the Country Womens Association there are an endless number of ways you can be involved with your community. Each state or territory manages their own office, and acts as a guide for CWA branches across that state.

Secretary: Mrs Grace Chamberlain

Treasurer: Mrs Diane Donald

Vice Presidents: Mrs Mary Lamph, Mrs Hazel Griffith and Mrs Margaret McGlynn.

International Officer: Mrs Mary Ann Bourke

Handicraft Officer: Mrs Grace Chamberlain

Publicity Officer: Mrs Lee Thornton

Councillors: Mrs Grace Chamberlain and Mrs Lee Thornton

Mrs Jackson thanked the office bearers and members for their support last year and Mrs Jackson was also thanked for a job well done.

At branch level CWA has a diverse range of interests for its members wit..

There was a good attendance at the last meeting of the CWA on Friday, October 5 when the branch held their Annual GeneraL Meeting. Mrs Betty Jackson was again elected President. The following office bearers were elected:

Getting Involved: As a member of the Country Womens Association there are an endless number of ways you can be involved with your community. Each state or territory manages their own office, and acts as a guide for CWA branches across that state.

Secretary: Mrs Grace Chamberlain

Treasurer: Mrs Diane Donald

Vice Presidents: Mrs Mary Lamph, Mrs Hazel Griffith and Mrs Margaret McGlynn.

International Officer: Mrs Mary Ann Bourke

Handicraft Officer: Mrs Grace Chamberlain

Publicity Officer: Mrs Lee Thornton

Councillors: Mrs Grace Chamberlain and Mrs Lee Thornton

Mrs Jackson thanked the office bearers and members for their support last year and Mrs Jackson was also thanked for a job well done.

At branch level CWA has a diverse range of interests for its members with the study of a county each year and this year it will be New Guinea.

It also has a cultural and handicraft section and each year it studies a primary product as well as its flora and fauna. CWA raises money for various charities.

Nyngan CWA catered for the Far Western Group conference on Saturday, October 13 with members from other branches coming to Nyngan for a day of discussion and decisions.

Nyngan CWA will be holding a street stall on Friday, October 19 with raffles and goodies for sale. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

From getting involved in projects, campaigning on issues or becoming part of an interest group, the Nyngan CWA Branch offers a diverse range of opportunities.

Local participation can also include fundraising at events to sharing delicious recipes too!

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Great Western Exploration appoints executive chairman

Great Western Exploration Limited ASX:GTE) has appointed current non-executive chairman Kevin Somes to the position of executive chairman effective immediately.

Somes has agreed to assume the role as executive chairman with no increase to his non-executive remuneration package of $55,000 per annum plus superannuation.

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Jordan Luckett has stepped down as managing director for personal reasons but will continue to provide support in his new role as technical direRead More – Source

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Great Western Exploration Limited ASX:GTE) has appointed current non-executive chairman Kevin Somes to the position of executive chairman effective immediately.

Somes has agreed to assume the role as executive chairman with no increase to his non-executive remuneration package of $55,000 per annum plus superannuation.

Other appointments


Jordan Luckett has stepped down as managing director for personal reasons but will continue to provide support in his new role as technical direRead More – Source

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Pure Minerals receives coverage from Independent Investment Research

Pure Minerals Ltd (ASX:PM1) has received research coverage from Independent Investment Research (IIR).

The 22-page report goes into detail regarding the proposed Townsville Energy Chemical Hub (TECH) Project in Queensland.

The report notes the building blocks are coming together quickly for the TECH Project with the pre-feasibility study (PFS) completed in December 2019 as well as the recently completed high purity alumina (HPA) scoping study.

Share price at deep discount to project's estimated NPV[hhmc]
Using a share price of 1.9 cents, the company has a market capitalisation of $16.1 million.

While the report does not designate a share price target, it does estimate a net present valuation (NPV) for the proposed TECH Project of between $47 million and $585 million.

The research firm does note the valuation relies on a number of factors including PFS assumptions and project approvals.

The following is an extract from the report:

VALUATION VERY SENSITIVE, BUT PRICE TREND PO..

Pure Minerals Ltd (ASX:PM1) has received research coverage from Independent Investment Research (IIR).

The 22-page report goes into detail regarding the proposed Townsville Energy Chemical Hub (TECH) Project in Queensland.

The report notes the building blocks are coming together quickly for the TECH Project with the pre-feasibility study (PFS) completed in December 2019 as well as the recently completed high purity alumina (HPA) scoping study.

Share price at deep discount to project's estimated NPV


Using a share price of 1.9 cents, the company has a market capitalisation of $16.1 million.

While the report does not designate a share price target, it does estimate a net present valuation (NPV) for the proposed TECH Project of between $47 million and $585 million.

The research firm does note the valuation relies on a number of factors including PFS assumptions and project approvals.

The following is an extract from the report:

VALUATION VERY SENSITIVE, BUT PRICE TREND POSITIVE

If we include the deferred consideration shares, Pure Minerals at A$0.019/sh would have a market capitalization of A$16.1M. Our NPV for the NiCo plant ranges from A$47M using the cycle price lows of the last three years to A$585M using cycle price highs over the last three years, and A$241M assuming current spot prices flat in real terms forever. The HPA bolt-on is additional value. These valuations are for the project only, and take no account of the cost of corporate overheads, nor of financing diRead More – Source

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Pure Minerals gains new substantial holder in managing director John Downie

Pure Minerals Ltd (ASX:PM1) has gained a new substantial holder in managing director John Downie.

Downie now holds 40.78 million shares increasing his stake in the company to 6.83%.

High-purity alumina (HPA) scoping study adds value[hhmc]
Pure recently received results for a scoping study evaluating the production of high-purity alumina (HPA) from its Townsville Energy Chemicals Hub (TECH) Project in Queensland.

The scoping study assessed the production of 4N HPA on a standalone basis, using the aluminium hydroxide as a feedstock.

This scoping study followed the December 2019 pre-feasibility study (PFS) on the TECH Project which identified the production of HPA as a key value-add opportunity for the project.

A 25-year operation producing 4,007 tonnes per annum (tpa) of 4N HPARead More – Source

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Pure Minerals Ltd (ASX:PM1) has gained a new substantial holder in managing director John Downie.

Downie now holds 40.78 million shares increasing his stake in the company to 6.83%.

High-purity alumina (HPA) scoping study adds value


Pure recently received results for a scoping study evaluating the production of high-purity alumina (HPA) from its Townsville Energy Chemicals Hub (TECH) Project in Queensland.

The scoping study assessed the production of 4N HPA on a standalone basis, using the aluminium hydroxide as a feedstock.

This scoping study followed the December 2019 pre-feasibility study (PFS) on the TECH Project which identified the production of HPA as a key value-add opportunity for the project.

A 25-year operation producing 4,007 tonnes per annum (tpa) of 4N HPARead More – Source

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