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Foran Mining CEO Patrick Soares Provides an Update on 2015 Catalysts

Foran Mining Corporation (TSXV:FOM) CEO Patrick Soares provided an update on the Company's milestones and catalysts for the remainder of 2015. Mr. Soares reported, "Having completed a PEA at McIlvenna Bay, we saw the opportunity to do what we've been telling other people. We believe that the Hanson Lake Camp where McIlvenna Bay is located - we've got a lot of property there - and we believe, like Flin Flon itself, that this is a mining camp."

Zazu Metals Reports 2015 AGM Results

Zazu Metals (TSX:ZAZ) reported results of its annual meeting of shareholders, held in Vancouver on June 24. The majority of shareholders voted in favour of all resolutions at the meeting.

Puma Exploration reports Massive Sulphide Drill Intercepts at Turgeon Project

Puma Exploration (TSXV:PUM) reported initial results from its 2015 drill program at its Turgeon copper-zinc project in New Brunswick. Drilling focused on the newly discovered Dragon Zone, and has "successfully confirmed the existence of a third major VMS system at Turgeon which doubles the volume of the previously known sulphide mineralization envelope."

Foran Mining Announces Plans for Metallurgical Studies on Bigstone Deposit

Foran Mining (TSXV:FOM) announced plans to being metallurgical studies on the Bigstone deposit in Saskatchewan, southwest of the McIlvenna Bay deposit. These plans are based on positive results from the 2015 winter drill campaign, and include logging and sampling of historic drill core, combined with further geological interpretation.

Thunderstruck Resources CEO Bryce Bradley Talks Zinc and Copper Exploration in Fiji

Thunderstruck Resources (TSXV:AWE) CEO Bryce Bradley talks about exploring for zinc and copper in Fiji. She says, "We're really excited about working in Fiji because it has a long history of mining, going back all the way to 1934; no sovereign risk; is very rich in commodities, and highly underexplored. We're happy to be there." The Nakoro and Wainaleka zinc-copper projects had prior drilling by Anglo-American in 1976, "which returned high grade zinc grades of up to 12% zinc and up to 2% copper over mineable widths. So our plan is to.. we just picked up these assets in August of 2014, so our plan for 2015 is to drill them, confirm the drill holes, and expand the size of the deposit. We're quite excited." adds Ms. Bradley. In 2015, Thunderstruck anticipates additions to its Board of Directors, as well as trenching and a drill program in both projects in Fiji.