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25-May-2022

The Assay 

Bryah Resources Limited (ASX:BYH) has released a significant upgrade in the previously reported base metal mineral resource within the Australian Vanadium Project deposit which is located within the company’s Gabanintha Project in central Western Australia.

25-May-2022

Stockhead 

Literally everyone understands the gigantic, teetering pile of suck that is moving house.

25-May-2022

Stockhead

The way is clear for Bryah to proceed with a Pre-Feasibility Study into base metals production at its Gabanintha project, after increasing Indicated and Inferred resources by 15%.

25-May-2022

Stockhead 

Bryah Resources (ASX:BYH) has boosted resources by 15% to 36Mt at the Gabanintha nickel-copper-cobalt project in WA.

25-May-2022

The Market Herald 

Bryah Resources (BYH) bolsters the base metals mineral resource by 15 per cent at the Australian Vanadium Project deposit within its Gabanintha project in central WA

25-May-2022

Australian Resources & Investments 

The Australian Vanadium project in Western Australia continues to grow in stature after Bryah Resources announced a 15 per cent increase in the base metal mineral resource.

25-May-2022

Mining Weekly 

Minerals explorer Bryah Resources has reported a 15% increase in the indicated and inferred base metal mineral resource estimate at the Australian Vanadium project, which is located within the company’s Gabanintha project, in Western Australia.

20-May-2022

Kalgoorlie Miner 

Bryah Resources has signed an option agreement with Mining Green Metals to sell a 51 per cent stake in the Lake Johnston lithium-nickel project to concentrate its focus on its near-term production assets elsewhere in WA.

19-May-2022

Mining Weekly 

Explorer Bryah Resources has signed an option agreement with Mining Green Metals Limited (MGM) over the potential sale of a 51% interest in its Lake Johnston lithium/nickel project, in Western Australia.

19-May-2022

Stockhead 

Bryah is selling 51% of its non-core Lake Johnston lithium-nickel project to Mining Green Metals.

The company will retain exposure to any upside in the project through its remaining 49% interest in the endeavour, which consists of eight exploration licence applications covering 690km2 close to the Mount Holland lithium mine and the historical Maggie Hays/Emily Ann nickel deposits.