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PVW Resources (ASX: PVW) is a diversified resource company established by a group of highly experienced mining executives that includes key members of the team that founded Northern Minerals and oversaw the development of the Browns Range Heavy Rare Earths Project. With a project portfolio spanning Tier-1 mining jurisdictions in the Tanami region of the NT, Kalgoorlie and Leonora, PVW has embarked on a potentially game-changing exploration campaign at its flagship Tanami Heavy Rare Earths and Gold Project in the NT. Located in the heart of the world-class Tanami mineral province, the Tanami Project offers exceptional potential for significant new heavy rare earths and gold discoveries, at a time when demand and pricing for critical minerals such as rare earths has never been more favourable to incentivise the discovery and development of potential new supply sources as part of a diversified global supply chain.

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PVW enter the Gascoyne

PVW enter the Gascoyne

PVW Resources have diversified its rare earth holdings and secured 316 square kilometres of land in Western Australia's Gascoyne province which is fast becoming a globally significant rare earth region. The new package covers a number of major structures encompassing...

PVW reinforce high grade Tanami gold

PVW reinforce high grade Tanami gold

PVW Resources have reinforced the high-grade gold potential of the Tanami and delivered a number of results exceeding ten grams per tonne from one-metre resamples of the four metre composites from last year's RC drilling campaign at its rare earth and gold project in...

PVW unlocking the Tanami

PVW unlocking the Tanami

PVW Resources have identified multiple significant new rare earth anomalies and high priority exploration targets from last year's air core program over its Tanami heavy rare earth and gold project in Western Australia's Tanami Desert. Results confirm the significant...

PVW take aim on heavy rare earths

PVW take aim on heavy rare earths

PVW Resources have a new high-priority heavy rare earth target at its Tanami Gold and Rare Earth Project in Western Australia, after detailed mapping of the Watts Rise prospect identified a breccia zone continuous over a kilometre. The new zone rests in a similar...

PVW’s rare opportunity

PVW’s rare opportunity

PVW Resources are showing itself in the right place and time with the right team to emerge as part of Australia's answer to the growing question of how to secure the nation's supply of rare earth elements. The company has an uncommonly experienced rare earth team, and...

PVW get heavy in the Tanami

PVW get heavy in the Tanami

With maiden drilling at the Tamani project wrapped up, PVW Resources have confirmed the project's lustre for gold and heavy rare earths while identifying extensive new targets. While assays are still coming in from 66 holes, the first half have all shown some signs of...

PVW’s rare earth spreads wide in the Tanami

PVW’s rare earth spreads wide in the Tanami

PVW Resources have confirmed its Tanami project's potential to host significant rare earth mineralisation with initial results coming in shallow and deeper at both its Castella and Watts Rise prospects in the Western Australian desert. Results from Castella returned...

PVW cashed up for ‘game changing’ REE campaign in the NT

PVW cashed up for ‘game changing’ REE campaign in the NT

PVW Resources has banked $9.5 million to begin drilling exploration for in-demand critical minerals and precious metals at the Tanami Heavy Rare Earths and Gold project in the heart of the world-class Tanami minerals province in Australia's Northern Territory. The...

PVW shows increased REE recovery at Tanami

PVW shows increased REE recovery at Tanami

PVW Resources advanced metallurgical test work has shown promise for increased total rare earths recovery, including highly sought after dysprosium and terbium in the company's Tanami rare earth project northwest of Halls Creek in Western Australia. The results...