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Intermin to begin 55,000-meter drilling at Western Australia gold projects

Intermin Resources Ltd. will conduct a combined 55,000-meter drilling program at its gold projects in Western Australia's Kalgoorlie region, primarily to expand resources.

The company will conduct 20,000 meters of extensional drilling at the Teal gold camp, primarily at the Jacques Find, Peyes Farm and Teal deposits, as well as conduct stepout drilling at Yolande.

At the Anthill project, a 14,000-meter drilling program will be conducted to delineate high grade resources along strike and at depth, in addition to conducting stepout drilling at the Fire Ant prospect and targets east, west and north of the project.

A 14,000-meter drilling program at the Blister Dam project will target the last 12 remaining priority targets that were not included in the 2017 exploration program, while a combined 7,000 meters of follow-up drilling will be conducted at its regional projects, including Olympia, Windanya, West Kalgoorlie, Black Flag, Broads Dam, Area 54, Yarmony and Kanowna North.