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Nexus starts drilling at Pinnacles gold project in Western Australia

Nexus MineralsLtd. said July 25 that it has started a drilling campaign at thePinnacles goldproject located in Western Australia.

The program will test for the extensions to the PinnaclesEast gold resource and other priority regional gold targets at the site.

The Pinnacles East gold resource extension program will testfor depth and strike extensions to the south of, and beneath, a high grade goldmineralization. The six-hole program will cover 2,500 meters with a combinationof reverse circulation drilling and reverse circulation drill pre-collars withdiamond core tails.

Previous drilling at the site returned results, including 3meters at 9.8 g/t of gold and 4 meters at 7.6 g/t of gold.

The company will also drill six holes covering 850 meters totest the GT1 and GT2 targets areas identified by Nexus' recent geological andgeophysical work.

The targets lie on Pinnacles Corridor and Pinnacles North,respectively.

The program is expected to complete in late August, withresults available in early September.