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Woomera granted tenements for Carulinia, Labyrinth projects in South Australia

Woomera Mining Ltd., formerly AusRoc Metals Ltd., was granted the exploration license applications covering its Carulinia potential iron oxide-copper-gold and the Labyrinth nickel-copper project in South Australia's Gawler Craton region.

The company plans to conduct exploration on the projects later this year, subject to native title and environment approvals, it said March 21. The tenements are held by Woomera's wholly owned units Woomera Exploration Ltd. and Norsa Exploration Pty. Ltd.

The company's securities were reinstated to ASX's official list on March 5 after the company satisfied the listing conditions of the bourse. In December 2017, Woomera exited external administration and reconstituted its board of directors.