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Kingston starts 1st drill campaign in 15 years at Misima gold project

Kingston Resources Ltd. said May 10 that its project at the Misima gold project in Papua New Guinea is underway. It is the first drilling campaign for gold at Misima in 15 years.

Kingston expects to accomplish 10,000 meters of diamond drilling in 2018.

The goal is to extend the current resource of 2.8 million ounces and drill-test newly discovered exploration targets at Umuna East Side.