Coda Minerals has snared its widest ever copper-sulphide intercept at the company’s Emmie Bluff Deeps prospect that returned a whopping 83 metres of chalcopyrite dominated mineralisation. The thickness of the intercept along with the identification of the first material molybedenum mineralisation logged at Emmie Bluff Deeps suggests the company is on the brink of discovering the core of the…

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