Mineral explorer EMU has secured the right to earn up to 80 per cent in a trio of exploration permits covering 850 square kilometers in Queensland’s Georgetown mining district under a Heads of Agreement with TSXV-listed Rugby Resources. Whilst gold has been the traditional focus for the region the tenements are also prospective for base and battery metals including lithium, silver, lead, zinc, copper, tin and uranium.

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