This halt will remain in place until the start of normal trading on Wednesday, February 20, 2019, or when an announcement is released to the market, whichever occurs earliest.
The WA-focused gold explorer’s shares last traded at 7 cents.
Nexus plans to start a reverse circulation (RC) drill program at its Wallbrook Gold Project in the Eastern Goldfields by the end of this month.
This program will be at the Paint and Crusader prospects after high-priority drill targets were identified by geological mapping combined with other exploration data.
Paint and Crusader targets
Crusader is considered prospective for steeply dipping sheeted mineralisation associated with sub-vertical vein sets, amenable to open pit mining.
Nexus’ RC drill program will concentrate on mineralisation from surface to a vertical depth of around 100 metres.
The recently acquired Templar prospect will also be subject to ground exploration activities during this quarter.
Historical data review and database integration of the complete 250 square kilometre Wallbrook tenement package is ongoing in 2019.