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Positive REE recoveries for Ucore

Metallurgical tests on Ucore Rare Metals’ (UCU-V) Bokan Mountain project in southeastern Alaska has shown encouraging recoveries for both light and heavy rare earth elements (REEs).

High-value diamonds for Monroe Minerals

Monroe Minerals (MMX-V) sold 2,412 carats of diamonds on a run-of-mine basis in the first quarter, reaping an average of US$443 per carat. Total proceeds were US$1.1 million….

A 56.6-carat octahedral diamond recovered by Australian-based Crown Diamonds at one of its South African mines. The diamond fetched US$488,889.

Southern African diamonds lure Aussies

Vancouver — Once the exclusive domain of De Beers, southern Africa is today being explored by an increasing number of Australian and Canadian companies….

Monroe expands capacity at London (June 16, 2003)

Intent on achieving a processing rate of 44,000 tonnes of alluvial gravel per month by year-end, Calgary-based Monroe Minerals (MMX-V) is adding a third pan plant at its London diamond project in Sout…

At its rotary pan plants, Monroe Minerals processes about 110 tonnes of material per hour. The material is derived from the London alluvial diamond project in South Africa's Northwest Province.

Monroe manages risks with methodical approach

Schweizer Reneke, South Africa — Neels Badenhorst plucks a small, clear diamond off the grease table and pops it into his mouth. Dangling from a leather string around his neck is a vial filled with o…

Monroe soars on London diamond find

The recovery of seven gem-quality diamonds from the London alluvial diamond project in South Africa sent shares in Monroe Minerals (MMX-V) soaring 20, to 45, in early trading in Vancouver on Feb. 5….

Monroe eyes production in South Africa

Resistivity surveys on the London alluvial diamond project in the Northwest Province of South Africa support owner Monroe Minerals’ (MMX-V) expectations that it can drill off a resource.The survey cov…

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