Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hunter Res. LSE:HUN London Ordinary Share IM00BMNQNZ42 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.185p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
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Food Producers 0.0 -0.2 -0.2 - 0.25

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/10/2016
12:17
Anyone heard anything from the leader, Lord Hunt??
sirigold
23/9/2016
06:38
What is this new company of which they speak. Maybe they join hunter and paragon into a single conglomerate?
sirigold
31/5/2016
15:06
unter Resources plc("Hunter" or the "Company")(AIM: HUN)Update on the Company's Pampamali joint ventureFurther to the Company's announcements of 25 February 2016 and 2 March 2016, the board of directors of the Company (the "Board") is today providing an update on the Company's Pampamali joint venture.On 2 March 2016 the Company announced that that it had not yet reached agreement with the vendors of the Pampamali Project (the "Vendors") following the Company legally exercising its option to acquire 51% of the Pampamali Project (the "Option") because the Vendors continued to obstruct the legal process in Peru.. As a consequence the Company had commenced formal arbitration proceedings through the American Chamber of Commerce of Peru (the "Arbitration").In addition to the Arbitration the Company has continued to negotiate with the Vendors to try to reach a settlement and thus complete the legal formalities of the transfer of the title of the Pampamali tenements to a new locally incorporated company ("HOLDCO"), whose shares are to be held 51% by Gold Hunter SAC (the Company's 100% owned Peruvian subsidiary) and 49% by the Vendors. Following Hunter exercising the Option it is a legal obligation of the Vendors (under the terms of the amended Joint Venture Agreement between the Company and the Vendors) to transfer the title of the tenements at Pampamali to HOLDCO.The Board has been working towards reaching an agreement with the Vendors in connection with the exercise of the Option but the Vendors have been delaying the legal process. The Company and the Vendors currently have a draft agreement in hand to consider but there is no guarantee that the draft agreement will be finalised and the Board stresses that there can be no certainty that an agreement will be executed as a binding contract, nor that any agreement will be executed within the timeline outlined below.In the event that: i) the Vendors fail to transfer title of the tenements at Pampamali to HOLDCO; and ii) Gold Hunter SAC does not own a 51% interest in HOLDCO by 4 July 2016 the Company's Ordinary Shares will be suspended from trading on AIM at 07.30 hrs on 5 July 2016.If suspension occurs, trading in the Ordinary Shares will remain suspended until the Vendor transfers title of the tenements at Pampamali to HOLDCO and Gold Hunter SAC holds a 51% interest in HOLDCO (together the "Conditions") or another transaction is completed (which would require the Company to publish an admission document). In the event that neither of these are concluded within six months of suspension then the admission to trading on AIM of the Ordinary Shares will be cancelled.Shareholders should be aware that if no significant progress is made with the Vendors in the near future the Board may conclude that it is in the best interests of shareholders to withdraw from the Pampamali joint venture and the Company is considering its legal options in this regard. Should the Board decide to withdraw from the Pampamali joint venture then trading in the Company's Ordinary Shares will immediately be suspended from trading on AIM.
oilbuy
31/5/2016
10:24
Any life here??
scyther
02/5/2016
09:43
Did you get anything back lazygun?
ryan83
19/4/2016
14:18
Well, since Simon hunt has decided to keep his communications to an absolute bare minimum, bordering on non-existent, I've emailed the American chambers in Peru that are supposed to be handling the arbitration process to see if I can find out what the current position is. I'll post if I get anything meaningful back.... L.
lazygun
31/3/2016
13:28
hey ho lol
nr 1
31/3/2016
13:21
2.5M buy !
oilbuy
31/3/2016
12:51
Raaaaaaamp over!The Bulletin Board Bandits - those private investors who infest the chat rooms of financial websites and just love to ramp shares - looked like they were at it again!
1ravls
31/3/2016
12:17
Be interested in opinions on Simon Hunt.... Not really hearing much on the arbitration process, which is a bit of a worry considering the imminent prospect of aim removal should that process fail.... L.
lazygun
31/3/2016
11:46
Buys on the ask !
oilbuy
31/3/2016
11:13
Looking good Come on Simon !
oilbuy
07/10/2015
16:36
interesting sampling results Hunter Resources PLC Prospero Sampling Exercise Share On Facebook Print Alert TIDMHUN RNS Number : 4550B Hunter Resources PLC 07 October 2015 7 October 2015 Hunter Resources plc ("Hunter" or the "Company") (AIM: HUN) RECENT RESULTS FROM THE COMPANY'S EXPLORATION PROGRAMME AT PROSPERO (PAMPAMALI NORTH) The Company is pleased to announce the results from its initial exploration programme at the recently acquired Prospero concessions, immediately north of Pampamali, its high-grade gold, silver and base metal project in Peru. PROSPERO HIGHLIGHTS -- Numerous anomalous prospects identified with alteration, geological and geochemical characteristics typical of both epithermal and porphyry style precious and base metal mineralisation. -- Prospero appears to represent an extension of the nearby Pampamali geological system while the geochemistry suggests it is higher in the system with the presence of more base metals. -- 212 samples were submitted for analysis at ALS Laboratories, Peru -- Identification by Hunter of new prospects exhibiting prominent alteration and containing anomalous to high grades of gold, copper, silver and/or zinc. The defined targets include: -- Strong Au anomalism in veins in the south east around the epithermal Claudio prospect and potentially along same vein containing the Gaviota prospect in Pampamali to the south. -- Best results: 6.04 g/t Au, 7.85 g/t Ag, 0.76% Cu 3.64 g/t Au, 11.15 g/t Ag, 1.65% Cu 2.06 g/t Au, 1.34 g/t Ag, 0.04% Cu -- Mapped and sampled epithermal anomalies in central-east of concessions with best results from Horatio and Titania prospects. -- Best results: Horatio - 3.64 g/t Au, 11.15 g/t Ag, 0.13% Cu Titania - 0.25 g/t Au, 145 g/t Ag, 9.85% Cu 0.02 g/t Au, 1.63 g/t Ag, 2.93% Cu -- Mapped and sampled porphyry style anomalies in central portion of concessions. -- Best results: Low order, anomalous gold with elevated copper and zinc Prospero The 6 Prospero project concessions are owned 100% by Hunter's wholly owned subsidiary, Gold Hunter SAC and cover 5,000 hectares, located approximately 500km from Lima, Peru. The Prospero concessions are approximately 1km north west and along strike of Hunter's 51% owned Pampamali Project and from where the trend of mineralisation is seen to extend into the Prospero area. Prospero and Pampamali are located within a prospective silver-gold-base metal belt. The Compania de Minas Buenaventura owned Julcani silver-base metal mine lies approximately 25 km north west of the Prospero and Pampamali Projects and has been operating since 1937. Simon Hunt, Executive Chairman of Hunter, said "We are pleased and encouraged with the initial findings received from our recent reconnaissance sampling programme at Prospero leases just north of our Pampamali project. This limited program confirms the extension of the epithermal system we are encountering at Pampamali. It also suggests that Prospero is situated stratigraphically higher in the mineralised sequence and consequently encounters a wider variety of mineral assemblages including base metals. This latest program represents only a small portion of the Prospero area but provides confidence in extending the study area and following up several anomalous targets." Exploration results During August and September, the Prospero concessions were visited for initial exploration. 212 samples were taken and sent for multi-element analysis. The results of the analyses are encouraging and indicate strong possibility for high grade epithermal, skarn, and manto replacement style deposits as well as large copper porphyries. In the month that was spent in the field, 18 targets were explored with varying levels of geochemical anomalies. The Prospero area appears to have potential for gold and base metal mineralization and the recognized occurrences to date appear to be fairly evenly distributed. More targets should be identified following further exploration. Table 1 summarises the highlights of sampling the Prospero anomalies while Figures 1 and 2 show the prospect locations and some sampling results. Table 1. Highlights of reconnaissance rock chip and channel sampling, Prospero Concessions (North Pampamali) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Name Prospect Au Ag As Cu Pb Sb Zn ppm ppm ppm ppm ppm ppm ppm --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-202 Cassius 0.005 0.48 48.7 4.4 720 1.74 3120 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-205 Cassius 0.005 1.09 38.8 68.1 2750 6.01 8590 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-207 Cassius 0.005 0.98 52.9 120 2230 10.55 5850 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-208 Cassius 0.005 0.92 29.7 39.6 1440 7.47 6980 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-95 Claudio 3.64 11.15 11.80 16450 1190 4.50 22.0 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-97 Claudio 0.70 22.20 >10000 1470 210 51.20 110 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-108 Horatio 0.67 0.88 246 637 32.7 38.7 29.0 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-88 Horatio 3.15 13.20 >10000 1340 92.4 211 36.0 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-89 Horatio 0.79 2.51 1330 899 77.8 45.2 265 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-30 Lysander 0.01 0.58 50.9 622 3.4 72.0 114 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-31 Lysander 0.16 0.85 880 892 27.2 15.65 399 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-173 Miranda 0.005 0.45 3450 1990 216 42.3 24.0 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-174 Miranda 0.005 0.23 19.1 1480 2.9 4.88 84.0 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-175 Miranda 0.03 2.55 1525 673 33.2 21.7 24.0 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-176 Miranda 0.06 9.12 5400 821 78.4 34.5 63.0 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-25 Titania 0.86 26.30 1420 562 24700 941 1940 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-40 Titania 0.10 11.80 1520 88.2 1120 50.4 2160 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-41 Titania 0.23 6.02 653 473 405 151.5 102 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-42 Titania 0.18 1.20 376 618 114 35.1 136 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-45 Titania 0.16 14.15 435 963 215 44.6 150 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-46 Titania 0.02 1.63 5080 29300 50.0 2350 600 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-47 Titania 0.25 145.00 5900 98500 706 23000 1470 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-81 Titania 0.40 2.79 1195 694 124.5 17.35 40.0 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-82 Titania 0.58 73.90 610 68.9 645 118.5 104 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-03 Unnamed 0.15 8.23 677 1030 48.5 48.5 34.0 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-139 Unnamed 1.2 2.99 512 776 146.5 46.6 113 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-140 Unnamed 6.04 7.85 11.2 7600 250 12.8 15.0 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-172 Unnamed 0.005 0.09 193 2370 7.8 7.04 29.0 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-51 Unnamed 0.01 0.09 16.9 10.0 23.6 2.43 2300 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-54 Unnamed 0.01 0.57 67.2 3630 8.0 5.06 15.0 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-55 Unnamed 2.06 1.34 275 497 56.6 18.2 302 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- PRO-59 Unnamed 0.16 2.68 3500 462 282 75.90 1310 --------- ---------- ------ ------- ------- ------ ------ ------ ----- (MORE TO FOLLOW) Dow Jones Newswires October 07, 2015 02:00 ET (06:00 GMT) The predominant structural trends in the Prospero area are a series of north-south and northwest-southeast veins. This is essentially the same structural setting as the Pampamali area. Two of the main faults from Pampamali project appear to cross into the Prospero area, including the structure containing the mineralized Gaviota and Piscocota veins (Figure 3). Several targets are located within the Claudio-Bianca area in south east Prospero, near a juncture of the north-south structure containing the Gaviota and a northwest-southeast regional fault. This area appears to replicate the setting at Gaviota and may be key for more Pampamali-style mineralization within the Prospero concessions. The mineralized occurrences in the Prospero area can be categorized into epithermal and porphyry styles. The epithermal style occurrences, in most instances, appear to be spatially related to porphyritic intrusions which suggests not just a continuation of the mineralised epithermal settings seen at Pampampali but that at surface they are stratigraphically higher in the geological system. Targets - prospect ranking Prospects were ranked for future exploration based on the following factors and their presence at or near the vicinity of the prospect: 1. Existence of potential source of mineralizing fluids (eg: Proximity to a porphyry) 2. Presence of Structure/Plumbing that could provide path for mineralising fluids (e.g. Regional structures and intersection of structures) 3. Hydrothermal alteration and veining 4. Potential Trap (Ie: a geological feature or structure or chemical barrier that could entrap migrating mineralizing fluids) 5. Geochemistry anomalies demonstrating presence of metals (Au, Cu, Mo, Ag, As, and base metals) Based on those criteria and following assessment in the field prospects were ranked as shown in Table 2. These rankings will help guide future work programs at Prospero. Table 2. Prospect ranking, key features and highlights of assay results. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Prospect Rank Mineralisation Features Best Assays Score style --------------- ------- --------------- ------------------------- ------------------ Miranda 16 Porphyry Mineralised 3 PRO-172: 0.24% phase porphyry Cu containing 2m PRO-173: 0.19% wide hydrothermal Cu breccia PRO-173: 0.15% Cu --------------- ------- --------------- ------------------------- ------------------ Titania 14 Epithermal Hydrothermal PRO-47: 145 g/t breccia on contact Ag, 0.25g/t Au, between felsic 9.85% Cu, 2.3% breccia and sediments. Sb 100m wide breccias PRO-82: 73.9g/t and prospective Ag, 0.58g/t Au for limestone replacement (manto or skarn) --------------- ------- --------------- ------------------------- ------------------ Horatio 12.5 Epithermal Manto style replacement, PRO-54: 0.36% skarn and brecciation. Cu, Small Spanish PRO-55: 2.06 g/t workings Au PRO-89: 0.79 g/t Au --------------- ------- --------------- ------------------------- ------------------ Puck 11 Epithermal Intense silicification, PRO-88: 3.15 g/t stockwork veining Au, 13.2 g/t Ag, with sulphide 0.13% Cu centres --------------- ------- --------------- ------------------------- ------------------ Claudio-Bianca 11 Epithermal Scattered silicified PRO-95: 3.64 g/t area structures with Au, 11.15 g/t alteration and Ag, 1.65% Cu elevated grades. PRO-97: 0.70 g/t Along same structures Au, 22.2 g/t Ag, identified in 0.15% Cu Pampamali PRO-139: 1.2 g/t Au, 0.08% Cu PRO-140: 6.04 g/t Au, 7.85 g/t Ag, 0.76% Cu PRO-139: 1.2 g/t Au, 0.08% Cu --------------- ------- --------------- ------------------------- ------------------ Lysander 10 Porphyry Intrusion located PRO-31: 0.16 g/t in major fold Au, 0.09% Cu hinge providing pathways for various mineralizing fluids. --------------- ------- --------------- ------------------------- ------------------ Ophelia 9 Porphyry 200m x 200m pyrite mineralized porphyry Traces copper, lead, molybdenum. --------------- ------- --------------- ------------------------- ------------------ Viola 8.5 Porphyry Two porphyries (50-100m) in strongly altered and hornfelsed zone with stockworks, sulphides and leaching. --------------- ------- --------------- ------------------------- ------------------ Solanio 8.5 Porphyry 50m porphyry intruded into sediments with stockwork veining. Porphyry and replacement style mineral targets. --------------- ------- --------------- ------------------------- ------------------ Priam 7.5 Epithermal Hydrothermal breccia zone associated with porphyry --------------- ------- --------------- ------------------------- ------------------ Sebastian 7 Epithermal Silicified structure, 0.5m wide over >20m --------------- ------- --------------- ------------------------- ------------------ Caliban 6.5 Epithermal Quartz vein breccia zone associated with porphyryies. Approx 200m length --------------- ------- --------------- ------------------------- ------------------ Future exploration Hunter intends to extend the area of mapping and follow up the prospects outlined in Table 2. Large and scale mapping is needed, with focus on limestones and other reactive host rocks. Mapping of these units combined with observations of hydrothermal fluid bearing structures will develop targets with potential to be large replacement style bodies. In particular, 1. Mapping, geophysics, and further sampling is being considered for Titania, Miranda and Puck. These targets are the most accessible and have the highest probability of returning good results. 2. Follow up sampling will occur in the Claudio-Bianco area as well as an incorporation of the findings from work completed at Pampamali over the Gaviota vein mineralisations. 3. We will investigate the use of ASTER photography and analysis to better guide fieldwork and identify additional target areas. Competent Person (MORE TO FOLLOW) Dow Jones Newswires October 07, 2015 02:00 ET (06:00 GMT)
lazygun
01/7/2015
17:20
Gone totally unnoticed - acquired the 51% interest in pampamali. What would be interesting to know is whether the environmental impact assessment DIA thing has been awarded since that was mentioned as a precondition for the 51% interest purchase..... L.
lazygun
20/6/2015
09:14
I'd be far more interested in hearing about progress in securing the DIA award L.
lazygun
19/6/2015
12:22
looks like that idiot M4LESS sold out already
65jack
19/6/2015
12:01
PUMP AND DUMP CHECK THE TRADERS THREAD!!
65jack
19/6/2015
11:55
Careful m4less is ramping this. pump and dump.
65jack
19/6/2015
11:52
Simon Hunt, Executive Chairman of Hunter, said: "The acquisition by the Company of the Prospero Project approximately doubles the size of the Company's concessions in the area and provides new and excellent geological targets over ground not previously subject to modern geological exploration."
moreforus
13/5/2015
09:48
oops..wrong thread!
devil20
12/5/2015
22:45
Talk about a tart's knickers!
jojo_jo
01/4/2015
19:50
Deary me Looks 0.05p is coming
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