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Element 25 moves closer to government funding from NAIF with due diligence phase

Element 25 Ltd (ASX:E25) is a step closer to receiving funding support from the NAIF for its Butcherbird Manganese Project in Western Australia.

The company has received written confirmation that the NAIF CEO has considered a strategic assessment paper for the project and has consented to the NAIF executive to progress the project to the due diligence stage of assessment.

These events represent a positive step forward as NAIF will further investigate the potential to provide debt financing for Butcherbird.

The next step for Element 25 is to submit a formal investment proposal while it continues to advance its pre-feasibility study (PFS).

PFS work continues
E25s managing director Justin Brown said: “E25 is enthusiastic about the progression of the project to NAIFs due diligence stage, and looks forward to work with NAIF to achieve a successful funding outcome for the world class Butcherbird High Purity Manganese Project that has the potential to provide benefit to the local communit..

Element 25 Ltd (ASX:E25) is a step closer to receiving funding support from the NAIF for its Butcherbird Manganese Project in Western Australia.

The company has received written confirmation that the NAIF CEO has considered a strategic assessment paper for the project and has consented to the NAIF executive to progress the project to the due diligence stage of assessment.

These events represent a positive step forward as NAIF will further investigate the potential to provide debt financing for Butcherbird.

The next step for Element 25 is to submit a formal investment proposal while it continues to advance its pre-feasibility study (PFS).

PFS work continues

E25s managing director Justin Brown said: “E25 is enthusiastic about the progression of the project to NAIFs due diligence stage, and looks forward to work with NAIF to achieve a successful funding outcome for the world class Butcherbird High Purity Manganese Project that has the potential to provide benefit to the local community for decades into the future.

“In parallel with the pre-feasibility study, E25 is also actively working on funding solutions for the project.

"NAIFs decision to progress to due diligence stage is a positive result and an important consideration as E25 looks to complete its pre-feasibility study and implement its funding solution.

“It is also worth noting that manganese was identified as a critical mineral in the Australian governments recent critical minerals strategy which bodes well for long term demand for this important steel and battery raw material.”

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Galileo Mining to present emerging Fraser Range story during Share Café Nickels New Wave Webinar today

Galileo Mining Ltd (ASX:GAL) managing director Brad Underwood will present the company's emerging Fraser Range nickel story at Share Café Nickels New Wave Webinar today at 12 noon AWST (2pm AEST).

Underwood will discuss the companys exploration programs underway at the Fraser Range Joint Venture (JV) Project with prominent regional player Creasy Group in Western Australia.

In March, the company identified nickel prospective rocks beneath shallow cover at the project.

The drilling results, combined with magnetic data showed three intrusions which have been named Think Big, Backwood and Green Moon.

These intrusions have the potential to host magmatic nickel mineralisation under shallow cover rock ranging from 17 metres to 92 metres below surface.

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The free webinar today can be viewed live through Zoom over the internet and will provide viewers with the opportunity to hear from and engage with a range of emerging ASX-listed nickel exploratio..

Galileo Mining Ltd (ASX:GAL) managing director Brad Underwood will present the company's emerging Fraser Range nickel story at Share Café Nickels New Wave Webinar today at 12 noon AWST (2pm AEST).

Underwood will discuss the companys exploration programs underway at the Fraser Range Joint Venture (JV) Project with prominent regional player Creasy Group in Western Australia.

In March, the company identified nickel prospective rocks beneath shallow cover at the project.

The drilling results, combined with magnetic data showed three intrusions which have been named Think Big, Backwood and Green Moon.

These intrusions have the potential to host magmatic nickel mineralisation under shallow cover rock ranging from 17 metres to 92 metres below surface.

Nickel companies to be showcased


The free webinar today can be viewed live through Zoom over the internet and will provide viewers with the opportunity to hear from and engage with a range of emerging ASX-listed nickel exploration companies.

It will comprise 15-minute presentations plus a Q and A session.

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Musgrave Minerals shines after hitting 12 metres at 112.9 g/t gold near-surface at Starlight

Musgrave Minerals Ltd (ASX:MGV) surged to a record high after hitting 12 metres at 112.9 g/t gold near-surface in reverse circulation (RC) drilling at Starlight discovery within the flagship Cue Gold Project in Western Australia.

This bonanza-grade intersection from 36 metres included 6 metres at 143 g/t from 42 metres and the company is also buoyed by other high-grade results returned from the first 12 RC holes of the current campaign.

Shares have jumped more than 87% on the previous close to a new all-time high of 29 cents on strong early volume of more than 24 million.

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Managing director Rob Waugh said: “This is a great start to the program and confirms the current model extending the mineralisation both up-dip where it approaches the surface and down-dip where it remains open.

“The bonanza high-grade, near-surface mineralisation will enhance the open-cut development potential of the deposit while the deeper mineralisation will enhance the underg..

Musgrave Minerals Ltd (ASX:MGV) surged to a record high after hitting 12 metres at 112.9 g/t gold near-surface in reverse circulation (RC) drilling at Starlight discovery within the flagship Cue Gold Project in Western Australia.

This bonanza-grade intersection from 36 metres included 6 metres at 143 g/t from 42 metres and the company is also buoyed by other high-grade results returned from the first 12 RC holes of the current campaign.

Shares have jumped more than 87% on the previous close to a new all-time high of 29 cents on strong early volume of more than 24 million.

Open-pit potential enhanced


Managing director Rob Waugh said: “This is a great start to the program and confirms the current model extending the mineralisation both up-dip where it approaches the surface and down-dip where it remains open.

“The bonanza high-grade, near-surface mineralisation will enhance the open-cut development potential of the deposit while the deeper mineralisation will enhance the underground potential.”

The RC drilling program at Starlight link-lode within the Break of Day deposit, which is now 60% complete, consists of more than 36 holes for around 7,000 metres and all intersections returned sit outside the current 199,000-ounce resource.

High-grades


Other strong results:

  • 48 metres at 4.4 g/t from 30 metres, including 4 metres at 41.8 g/t from 30 metres and 2 metres at 13.5 g/t from 76 metres;
  • 7 metres at 13.7 g/t from 114 metres including 4 metres at 22.9 g/t from 116 metres;
  • 6 metres at 5.7 g/t from 81 metres; and
  • 6 metres at 5.2 g/t from 176 metres.

All 6-metre composite samples above 0.1 g/t gold will be re-submitted for individual 1-metre sample analysis.

Ongoing exploration


Follow-up drilling on the new Starlight link-lode at Break of Day is underway, with additional assays expected within the next two weeks.

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Medlab Clinical receives first three batches of NanaBis™ from Tasmanian Alkaloids

Medlab Clinical Ltd (ASX:MDC) has received the first shipment of NanaBis, the company's patented cannabis-based medicine, from Tasmanian Alkaloids Pty Ltd (TASALK).

In line with a commercial agreement executed in January, NanaBis production and analytical services have been transferred to TASALK.

This allows for manufacturing to be ramped up, increases overall product quality and supports a stronger manufacturing compliance for the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration, US Food and Drug Administration and the European Medicines Agency.

“Continues to grow”[hhmc]
Medlab chief executive officer Dr Sean Hall said: “With the recent launch of the Observational Study and successful completion of the Phase 2 Advanced Cancer Pain Trial at Royal North Shore Hospital, demand for NanaBis continues to grow.

“Being able to partner with TASALK is very exciting and allows Medlab to increase production capacities drastically over the short-term and therefore to meet increased demand.”

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Medlab Clinical Ltd (ASX:MDC) has received the first shipment of NanaBis™, the company's patented cannabis-based medicine, from Tasmanian Alkaloids Pty Ltd (TASALK).

In line with a commercial agreement executed in January, NanaBis™ production and analytical services have been transferred to TASALK.

This allows for manufacturing to be ramped up, increases overall product quality and supports a stronger manufacturing compliance for the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration, US Food and Drug Administration and the European Medicines Agency.

"Continues to grow"


Medlab chief executive officer Dr Sean Hall said: “With the recent launch of the Observational Study and successful completion of the Phase 2 Advanced Cancer Pain Trial at Royal North Shore Hospital, demand for NanaBis™ continues to grow.

“Being able to partner with TASALK is very exciting and allows Medlab to increase production capacities drastically over the short-term and therefore to meet increased demand.”

Increased demand


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