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Further high-grade potential identified at Gidgee gold project

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Global Mining Review,

Gateway Mining Ltd (Gateway) has identified another outstanding exploration target at its 100%-owned Gidgee gold project in Western Australia through its systematic programme of data validation.

This work has highlighted the potential of the 1.6 km long Rosie-Airport gold trend to host significant zones of high-grade mineralisation within a broader mineralised envelope. It has also provided an important insight into the controls of large-scale zones of stockwork related gold mineralisation hosted within the granodiorite.

The identification of the new area follows the recently-announced 10 km long parallel gold trend along the Eastern Margin of the Montague Granodiorite and the 4 km long prospective corridor identified through the company’s maiden drilling programme, which encompasses the advanced Whistler, Montague and Caledonian prospects.

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