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Thalanga

Mar 16, 2021
Red River keen to identify gold feed for Thalanga

Red River keen to identify gold feed for Thalanga

Red River Resources is working to build a gold inventory within trucking distance of its Thalanga operations with a new drilling program. Red River produces zinc, copper and lead with gold and silver credits at its Thalanga operations in North Queensland, where it is currently mining the Far West deposit. The company said its reverse… ...

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Mar 11, 2021
Thalanga survey targets copper-rich mineralisation

Thalanga survey targets copper-rich mineralisation

Red River Resources is increasing exploration activities at its Thalanga operations in North Queensland, targeting copper-rich base metal mineralisation. The program aims to increase production and/or extend mine life at Thalanga, which produces zinc, copper and leadconcentrates, with gold and silver credits. Red River has commenced a microgravity survey, targeting polymetallic and copper-rich mas...

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Nov 24, 2020
Red River locks in renewed offtake deal

Red River locks in renewed offtake deal

Red River Resources has renewed its lead and zinc concentrateofftake agreements and an extended working capital facility with commodities trading group Trafigura. The company owns the Thalanga base metal operations 55km west of Charters Towers, where it has been producing copper, lead and zinc concentrate since September 2017. Red River said the new offtake agreements… ...

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Nov 06, 2020
Red River into exceptionally high-grade ore at Far West

Red River into exceptionally high-grade ore at Far West

Red River Resources has hit a sweet spot at its Far West underground mine in North Queensland, reporting exceptionally high-grade polymetallic ore. Consistent production from Far West is driving metal production at Red River’s Thalanga operations, with the site achieving record quarterly copper concentrate production last quarter of 4,073 dry metric tonnes. The company said… ...

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Oct 09, 2020
Thalanga beats previous copper record by 51 per cent

Thalanga beats previous copper record by 51 per cent

Red River Resources has reported record quarterly copper production from its Thalanga operation in North Queensland – with a 51 per cent increase on last quarter’s bumper result. With stable mine production and mill throughput during the first quarter of 2020-21, the company produced 4073 tonnes of copper concentrate, up from 2696 tonnes in the… ...

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Jul 10, 2020
Red metal record for Thalanga operation

Red metal record for Thalanga operation

Red River Resources has reported a record quarter for copper at its Thalanga operation in North Queensland. The bumper result stemmed from an increase in copper grade in the ore milled (to 1.0 per cent copper) and a record copper recovery to copper concentrate of 84.7 per cent. The company achieved a record quarterly production… ...

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Jul 01, 2020
Red River builds gold options at Thalanga

Red River builds gold options at Thalanga

Red River Resources is building its gold portfolio in the Thalanga region with an exploration permit granted for the Toomba project and an application in play for the Don project. Small-scale historical gold mining activities have occurred in both project areas, which are 20-30km north-west of Red River’s Thalanga operations in the Charters Towers region…. ...

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Jun 30, 2020
Taste of Liontown gold at Thalanga mill

Taste of Liontown gold at Thalanga mill

Red River Resources has processed historical tailings from the Liontown project within its Thalanga operations to produce a saleable gold concentrate. The tailings were reclaimed and transported during April and May and campaign processed through the Thalanga mill during June. The company said about 600 tonnes of concentrate containing about 1300ozs gold had been produced,… ...

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Jan 28, 2020
Thalanga gold strategy delivers high-grade results

Thalanga gold strategy delivers high-grade results

Red River Resources’ gold exploration targets in the Thalanga area. ...

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