Aurelia Metals Ltd

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Aurelia Metals Limited, formerly YTC Resources Limited, is an Australia-based exploration and mineral development company. The Company is engaged in gold, lead and zinc production and mineral exploration. The Company operates through segments, including Hera-Nymagee project and other exploration projects. The Hera-Nymagee project includes the gold and base metal Hera deposit and the copper discovery at the Nymagee copper deposit. The Hera-Nymagee Project is located ... continued
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Aurelia Metals Ltd
Aurelia Metals Limited, formerly YTC Resources Limited, is an Australia-based exploration and mineral development company. The Company is engaged in gold, lead and zinc production and mineral exploration. The Company operates through segments, including Hera-Nymagee project and other exploration projects. The Hera-Nymagee project includes the gold and base metal Hera deposit and the copper discovery at the Nymagee copper deposit. The Hera-Nymagee Project is located about 100 kilometers southeast of Cobar in western New South Wales (NSW). The Doradilla project represents tin project. The Company is also engaged in exploration for copper, gold and tin on a number of tenements in the Lachlan Fold Belt of NSW. The Company's subsidiaries include Stannum Pty Ltd, Defiance Resources Pty Ltd, Hera Resources Pty Ltd and Nymagee Resources Pty Ltd.

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