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Monday 29 July 2013

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Major Crime search continues at Coober Pedy


This morning police are continuing their search on the same private property for the body of Karen William, who disappeared in 1990
Detective Superintendent Des Bray, officer-in-charge of Major Crime, said that the owner of the property was not implicated in the disappearance of Miss Williams.
Last week a blower was brought in to speed up the extracting of dirt from an old Calweld drill mine shaft. At 61 feet, local volunteers reached the bottom of the shaft, but nothing of interest was found.
A search of a 12 foot hand dug shaft nearby also was done, with the same result.
Police are still sure that the body of Karen Williams will be found buried on the former mining claim, which was first pegged in 1987 and operated until 2006.
There is a $200,000 reward for information leading to the location of Miss Williams' body.
Det-Supt Bray said he believed there were still people in Coober Pedy who withheld information at the time of Miss Williams' disappearance, and urged them to come forward because they had nothing to fear.
If you know anything about this crime please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or report online at www.sa.crimestoppers.com.au if you can help.

The blower on site, pulling up the dirt from the old mine shaft.

Coober Pedy Mine Rescue volunteer Andy Sheils

The confined working space at the bottom of the old mine shaft.Matthew Bonser


Google image showing the location of the search area.










IMX Resources Reports Favourable Metallurgical Test Results from Mt Woods Magnetite Project Exploration Targets near Coober Pedy

IMX says that it has received the results of a recent metallurgical test work program carried out by Amdel Pty Ltd in Perth. The metallurgical test work was carried out on 21 reverse circulation (‘RC’) chip samples of both fresh and transitional material from drilling of seven exploration targets carried out in October and November 20121, on the Company’s Mt Woods Magnetite Project near Coober Pedy.
The test results, which show an average yield of 35.5% and a concentrate grade of 68.6% Fe at a relatively coarse grind size of 80 microns, indicate that samples tested from the Mt Woods exploration targets have substantially the same metallurgical characteristics as indicated by previous testing of RC samples from the Snaefell magnetite deposit.
IMX currently has a JORC Inferred Resource of 569Mt @ 27% Fe at Snaefell and a global exploration target of between 900-1,200Mt @ 20-32% Fe elsewhere in the surrounding area on the Mt Woods property.
The test work was carried out by grinding the material to a target grind size of 80 microns, and then using Davis Tube Recovery (‘DTR’) to produce a magnetic concentrate.
Managing Director Neil Meadows commented, “We are encouraged by the similarity of these metallurgical test work results to previous test work carried out on the Snaefell deposit. These results, together with the findings of previous work carried out at Mt Woods, provide further support for development of the Mt Woods Magnetite Project.”

FAR NORTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE INC
ROUND 13, 27th JULY 2013


Olympic Dam 22.10 (142) def Andamooka 10.6 (66)


GOALS Olympic Dam Football Club Scott Montgomerie 7, Ian McBey 4, Michael Shaw 2, David Moyse 2, James Simmons 2, Tom Clarke 2, Luke Francou 1, Ben Harris 1, Mark Freeth 1
BEST Olympic Dam Michael Shaw, Daniel Cummings, Tom Clarke, Luke Francou, David Moyse
GOALS Andamooka Craig Rainsford 5, Aaron Hand 3, Nikaiya Herlihy-Graham 1, Troy Mulders 1
BEST AndamookaRainsford, Todd Paull, Joel Vanzati, Atticus Dekuyer, Jon Secker

Roxby Districts 34.24 (228) def Coober Pedy 3.2 (20)

GOALS RoxbyLuke Godfrey 7, James Hicks 5, Craig Hall 4, Ricky Prosser 4, Callan Haugum 3, Justin Watson 3, Kain Zeptner 2, Jed Kenny 2, Jordan Mandemaker 1, Michael Kenyon 1, Mitchell Alves 1, Cody Kenny 1
BEST RoxbyCraig Hall, Luke Godfrey, Cody Kenny, James Hicks, Justin Watson
GOALS Coober PedyIan Brown 3
BEST Coober PedyIan Brown, Matthew Lynch, Martin Grava, Andrew Wooden, Joshua McKenzie


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