Aldoro Resources has intersected the single thickest massive sulphide zone to-date at its VC1 prospect within the Narndee Igneous Complex project located 90 kilometres south-southwest of Mount Magnet in WA. Importantly, the 15.65 metre long hit included a 3.8m massive sulphide interval that broke into the footwall sequence that according to the company hosts favourable conditions for…

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