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15-Aug-2019

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With a manganese joint venture imminent at Bryah Basin, Bryah Resources is pursuing gold and copper at the Gabanintha project where previous drilling unearthed 32.18 grams per tonne gold. After completing 3D modelling of previous drilling at the project’s Tumblegum South prospect, Bryah has identified the potential for further gold and copper discoveries.

15-Aug-2019

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd is preparing a 1,500-metre RC drill program at its high-grade Tumblegum South gold-copper prospect within its Gabanintha Project in Western Australia. Drilling will begin in September and be based off 3D modelling which has identified potential opportunities to extend existing zones of gold-copper mineralisation at Tumblegum South.

13-Aug-2019

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Bryah Resources managing director Neil Marston discusses the latest news from the company's manganese project in the Bryah Basin, joint venture with OM Holdings and plans for copper and gold exploration.

7-Aug-2019

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Bryah Resources and OM Holdings, the duo exploring the manganese potential of land within Western Australia’s Bryah Basin, are set to make their joint venture official following the completion of a stage one exploration program. The companies have been paired up since April, when manganese miner and processor OM agreed to spend $7.3 million on manganese exploration across Bryah’s 660sq km project to earn up to 70% of the manganese rights.

7-Aug-2019

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd and OM Manganese Ltd have completed stage-one exploration activities on manganese assets within the Bryah Basin in central Western Australia. Having spent $500,000 on drilling since May 2019, OM Manganese is now required to elect to commit to stage two and form a joint venture (JV) with Bryah Resources within two weeks.

2-Aug-2019

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Bryah Resources has uncovered direct shipping ore (DSO) manganese grades of up to 42 per cent from surface at its Black Hill prospect in the Bryah Basin region of WA. DSO refers to minerals that require only simple crushing before they are exported, which keeps costs low.

“These results demonstrate the growing potential for Bryah Resources to make additional manganese discoveries in the Bryah Basin as it has about 60km of the manganiferous Horseshoe Formation under its control,” managing director Neil Marston said.

2-Aug-2019

Mining News

In today's Mining Briefs: Gulf’s Timor investment; security offers no DFS delay in Myanmar; Barra advances Burbanks; King River looking for treasure at Tennent Creek; Jindalee expands drilling; Bryah’s Black Hill success; Galena’s second payday; Peninsula gets key approval; and Orion welcomes new BEE partner.

2-Aug-2019

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Bryah Resources has continued its run of positive manganese results revealing this morning it has intersected up to 42% manganese at the Black Hill prospect within its Bryah Basin project in Western Australia. Assays have been received from drilling at Black Hill and Black Caviar prospects, with the high-grade manganese uncovered at Black Hill believed to be direct shipping ore grades.

2-Aug-2019

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources Ltd managing director Neil Marston updates Proactive Investors on the identification of further manganese mineralisation at Brumby Creek prospect within the flagship Bryah Basin project in WA.

2-Aug-2019

Proactive Investors

Bryah Resources has received more assay results from its second phase of drilling at the Black Hill and Black Caviar prospects within the flagship Bryah Basin Project in WA. Results from this batch of 16 holes features 6 metres at 38.1% manganese at Black Hill and 4 metres at 32.9% manganese at Black Caviar.