Canada's Rua Gold gets exploration approval from DoC

Canada's Rua Gold gets exploration approval from DoC
Glamorgan covers 4644 hectares in a "highly prospective region", Rua Gold says. (Image: Rua Gold)
John Anthony
A Canadian-listed mining company says it has received permission from the Department of Conservation to explore for gold in 4600 hectares of Coromandel bush.In a statement to the Canadian Securities Exchange, Rua Gold said it had received a drone concession for its Glamorgan Project, 2.8 kilometres north of fellow Canadian mining company OceanaGold’s Wharekirauponga project.Boots on the ground“The exploration team has mobilised and magnetic geophysical surveys are under way,” the company said.On May 5, Rua Gold said OceanaGold...

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