Progress on Monaghan gold mine takes another step forward

Conroy Gold and Natural Resources said it has received a further positive mineralogical report as it plans to develop its first operational gold mine at Clontibret in Co. Monaghan.

4th June, 2013
Conroy has discovered a thirty mile gold district in Ireland running across Counties Armagh, Monaghan and Cavan.

Conroy Gold and Natural Resources said it has received a further positive mineralogical report as it plans to develop its first operational gold mine at Clontibret in Co. Monaghan.

The company has discovered a thirty mile gold district in Ireland running across Counties Armagh, Monaghan and Cavan.

The new report involved an analysis of the mineralogical characteristics of both the flotation bulk Concentrate and rougher tailings, the company said. It shows that gold grade in...

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