Volume 96 Number 8 - Apr 12 - 18, 2010

Drilling the Taricori gold zone at Dorato Resources' Cordillera Del Condor gold project in northwest Peru.

Golden intercepts keep Dorato climbing (April 12, 2010)

VANCOUVER — The drills will restart at Dorato Resources’ (DRI-V) Cordillera Del Condor project in northwest Peru and the first-ever drill program in the region continues to return promising results.Dorato is earning a 100% interest in an…

The crusher at Alamos Gold's Mulatos gold mine in Sonora State, Mexico.

Alamos Gold awash in record profits

Alamos Gold’s (AGI-T) fourth-quarter and year-end results primarily show higher gold sales and lower operating costs with positive cash flows, which contributed to the company’s decision to introduce a semi-annual dividend.With its producing…

Focus hits and misses at Nueva California

VANCOUVER — The first set of results from Focus Ventures’ (FCV-V) second round of drilling at the Nueva California gold-silver project in northern Peru returned a few goods hits as well as some misses. And even though the news depressed the…

Sulliden’s drills expand Shahuindo’s gold (April 12, 2010)

VANCOUVER–Long gold intercepts from Sulliden Gold’s (SUE-T) Shahuindo project in Peru could fill an undrilled gap between the project’s two main deposits with mineralization.On the heels of a positive preliminary economic assessment (PEA),…

Inmet advances Cobre Panama (April 12, 2010)

VANCOUVER — A new front-end engineering and design (FEED) study on Inmet Mining’s (IMN-T) Cobre Panama project has brought one of the largest known copper porphyry deposits in the world a step closer to production.Inmet has been advancing…

Drilling at Romarco Minerals' continuously expanding Haile gold project in South Carolina.

Romarco boasts a double hit at Haile

VANCOUVER — Romarco Minerals (R-V) has hit a new gold zone and the best intercept to date at its continuously expanding Haile gold project in South Carolina.

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