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    In reply to: mango63 on Sunday 20/07/08 09:23pm Mango / Ericson, IMO don't hold your breath on the Qtr End Reporting giving any indications on the MRP, IMO Intec are showing all the danger signs. They have shut up shop on the MRP not even an update since April. Then don’t forget ‘project killers’ another indication that all is not well. Simply this looks like a project that in theory looked 'Robust' but in reality it's a different story. Senior management have been really poor in protecting their one and only cash flow asset, raising capital at 5c when INL was in the 20’s for many weeks also seems very odd. OK they did well with the Helleyer Mill purchase but that alone isn’t enough to win over my trust. I really hope I'm wrong or I’ve done my dough on this pooch as well. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/thumbdown.gif
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    In reply to: Boomer on Saturday 19/07/08 07:24am For a long time Intec share holders have been hoping and praying that some strategic partnerships will come about, to date nothing. I'm with Healyn, surely Intec have something to ease share holder pain, but then again maybe not and this looks like one painful long term hold. There has to be some major issues with the Metals Recycling Project as it's been now 3 months since April when the economics were due. Deidre's question on the Q & A was direct "Can you do it and when" was the message, and the reply from DS was less then convincing to say the least. Intec remain hush but the share price is speaking quite clearly and very loudly at that. Distressing to say the least. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/thumbdown.gif
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    In reply to: mango63 on Friday 11/07/08 05:45pm When will we hear about CMR?
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    In reply to: sinjen on Wednesday 09/07/08 11:49am question should be what is MANAGEMENT doing about its share price?
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    In reply to: dreamer on Tuesday 01/07/08 03:37pm interesting question on the Intec Q & A Forum tomorrow.
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    In reply to: mercury on Monday 30/06/08 02:28pm Intec made a small profit of $1.2million for the 2nd half of 2007, will Intec make a profit for the full financial year end 2007-08? This stock needs all the good news it can get.
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    In reply to: Boomer on Saturday 28/06/08 12:29pm The Intec Q & A Forum is over rated, DS gives us nothing apart from vague general comments and then throws in words like 'project killers' etc to put the cat amongst the pigeons. Exactly what is going on is anyone's guess, we'd like to believe this company has the goods but really nothing much has come out from INL head quarters.
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    In reply to: wintermute on Friday 27/06/08 01:57pm All comes down to can Intec deliver this project.
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    In reply to: camaybay on Thursday 26/06/08 08:22pm INL are at the cross roads, there won't be a dec 2009 if certain deliverables are not met by around the AGM. There is massive potential with this company, but can they deliver the MRP into construction and eventual production, currently the market is clearly saying NO. Many things need to go right from here on as the company can't take too many more set backs, however saying that the rewards if we eventually see the so called 'robust' economics, project partners fully funding the operation and four walls with a roof is massive, that is why I’m in. Regards
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    In reply to: TerryA on Monday 23/06/08 02:29pm With the pending CMR announcement due in July, once the 'rights' is officially closed and depending if it was over subscribed we may well see a bounce in the INL share price very early July back to 10c
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    In reply to: juiceman on Saturday 21/06/08 01:19pm Strong message by PW. How do we think Compass might play out?
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    In reply to: veeone on Thursday 19/06/08 02:15pm Purchased some INLR's now just sit back and see what management can deliver in terms of news flow. INLO should trade at a premium compared to the Fully Paids. CMR have a work shop first week in July. If INL snag the deal .......... we wait and see.
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    DOM

    In reply to: RADIO on Monday 03/09/07 01:42pm http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/cool.gif 9 million exploration budget this coming year. should yield some exciting results . company's management are excited with the progress at Cundelee. npat of 51 million with a few extrodinary items. 50 million in liquid assets and paying a divi of 10 cents per share. Reserves of 512,000 ( 5 year mine life at Challenger soon to be increased). this is some company it would pay dividends to do some research.
  14. In reply to: aristo on Saturday 19/05/07 06:32pm http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/cool.gif yes cashed up and has a heads of agreement in laos.
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    PNA

    In reply to: andyw on Wednesday 18/04/07 07:28pm and conservative
  16. In reply to: acd on Wednesday 20/12/06 07:43pm as at 30 sept 2006 cash was standing at 5.3 million. couldnt imagine there will be another cap raising for another year at least. in the mean time there is going to be plenty of results to feast your eyes on. if ARE hits decent grades at laos or at any of its jv austrailian projects we will be in for a great ride for those that are patient enough current market cap at approx 40 million says it all. the potential here is unbelievable.
  17. In reply to: happychappy on Monday 18/12/06 12:53pm hey happy, I have been following this one for close on 2 years now. I like the story developing both in laos and on the Australian activities. Trading is very strong which may indicate strong drill hits over in laos. any idea when we can expect an announcement on the recent drill program. cheers, rochy
  18. In reply to: happychappy on Monday 18/12/06 11:00am sleeping giant waiting to unleash. results should be due shortly in regards to recent drill program in laos.
  19. In reply to: honeycomb on Tuesday 05/12/06 08:30pm not many have gone into laos and those that have have been very sucessfull. trading would suggest some are confident and judging by the way it has traded I wouldnt expect it to be mug punters! http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/lmaosmiley.gifhttp://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/cool.gif small fishes turn into large ones in laos
  20. In reply to: JAG on Monday 27/11/06 03:53pm sleeping giant. do your research on this one 22 drill campaign started november 1st to be completed mid december. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/king.gif
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    ORN

    In reply to: peternigel on Friday 29/09/06 03:50pm peternigel . oh dear.
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  23. In reply to: honeycomb on Thursday 13/04/06 09:40am i expect this will be good news for those that have the patience to hang around. at 16 cents they will not have to issue to many shares. they only have 75mil on issue at the moment. positive news out of laos will get it rocking. still results pending i believe. the placement may provide a chance for some big players to get set. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/smile.gif
  24. In reply to: acd on Tuesday 14/03/06 01:55pm excellent volume 4,073,000. could be the nexr laos play.They are in the right area! Market cap of only 11.5 million atm. only 75 or so million shares on issue. Head office Suite 6501, Level 65, MLC Centre, 19-29 Martin Place, Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia Phone: +61 2 9239 8787, Fax: +61 2 9239 8788, Email: sydney@argonautresources.com Laos Unit 3, level 5, Vientiane Commercial Building, 33 Lane Xang Avenue, Vientiane, Laos Phone: +856 21 222 731, Fax: +856 21 240 281, Email: laos@argonautresources.com ASX Announcement 14 March 2006 Strong Gold Surface Intersections at Khokhe Exploration Update The Board of Directors of Argonaut Resources NL is pleased to announce encouraging exploration results from the company’s two tenement areas in Laos. Highlights Momentum continues to build in Argonaut’s exploration of the Century Area adjoining the Mekong River in NW Laos with the return of numerous ore-grade intersections from trenching including 10m at 50.3g/t gold from trench KHTR110 and 6m at 31.6g/t from trench KHTR118 at Khokhe. These results have escalated the ranking of the Khohke gold mineralised zone, given further confirmation to the strength of Argonaut’s evolving exploration methods and given encouragement to Argonaut’s campaign to discover a medium sized gold deposit in the near term, and a large deposit in the longer time. Last month Argonaut independent consultant Jacob Rebek visited as part of his ongoing assessment of the Century and Sekong exploration areas. He has reported that he regards the current results as highly encouraging and is refining the prioritisation of targets for follow up. He says the results are very positive and that the tenor of trench and drilling results are consistent with early stage results from the major discoveries in tropical Australasia and Indochina. Mr Rebek is highly regarded as a mineral explorer and spent 34 years with CRA - Rio Tinto in a senior exploration role. Drilling at Khokhe is being conducted within 100m of the best result quoted above and follow-up drilling of the target is planned. Drilling is ongoing and results will be reported as they come to hand over the coming weeks Century Area Trenching is being conducted at northern Khokhe in an area with previously reported high grade rock chip results. Gold mineralisation is associated with the contact between a sedimentary package consisting of conglomerate, siltstone and sandstone and a body of diorite. It concentrated in a stockwork of quartzcarbonate veins in and around this contact. ‘Character samples’ are taken to assess specific structures and features within the broader zones. Recent trenching results from the Khokhe veining systems include: KHTR82: 4m at 1.2g/t Au KHTR85: 5m at 5.1g/t Au plus character samples of 15.8g/t gold and 10.1g/t gold KHTR89: 15m at 2.7g/t Au plus character sample of 17.7g/t gold KHTR91: 7m at 1.9g/t Au KHTR92: 7m at 0.8g/t Au plus character sample of 6.2g/t gold KHTR93: 6m at 1.2g/t Au plus character sample of 14.1g/t gold 2m at 1.6g/t Au 4m at 0.4g/t Au KHTR96: 10m at 0.4g/t Au KHTR103: 6m at 1.3g/t Au KHTR105: 4m at 0.5g/t Au KHTR109: 10m at 1.7g/t Au KHTR110: 10m at 50.3g/t Au KHTR118: 6m at 31.6g/t Au The depth of oxidation in the area is 20-30m and drilling of the KHT110 zone is expected to intersect within the unoxidised zone. Experience from the district suggests that oxidation will not have a major effect on the tenor of gold mineralisation across the interface of oxidisation. Reverse Circulation drilling at Khokhe commenced on 18 February 2006 and samples have been submitted for analysis. Orientation trenching at the Nam Hone prospect in the south west of the Century tenement has been successful in identifying certain elements of the mineralizing system. Trench intersections to date do not entirely account for the high levels of gold in stream sediments and panned concentrates, however, the exploration team is making solid progress towards delineating higher grade zones within this large area of gold anomalism. Jacob Rebek has described the degree of surface gold anomalism at Nam Hone, and in the Century Area generally, as ‘truly remarkable’. Recent trenching results from Nam Hone include: NHTR6: 51m at 0.44g/t Au NHTR8: 6m at 0.58g/t Au NHTR12: 15m at 3.6g/t Au Elsewhere at Century follow-up surface sampling is continuing to find new drainage and soil anomalies, to enhance known prospects and generate new targets of interest. In the calendar year to date detailed stream sediment sampling at Nam Ou and Houai Toleo has further outlined extensive zones of gold mineralisation. These zones will now be systematically explored to resolve drilling targets. Significant stream sediment anomalies in the north of Century at a newly defined area known as Vang Ma will also be explored in greater detail. Stream sediment values of between 1 and 4g/t over 11 sq km. Sekong Area Further reconnaissance exploration work undertaken at the Sekong tenement has been highly successful. Of 155 stream sediment sample results received recently 21 were greater than 0.5g/t gold including 15 greater than 1g/t gold with a peak result of 4.27g/t A substantial area of gold anomalism in stream sediments, panned concentrates and rock chips has defined a new prospect area called Ban Bak. At Ban Bak several bodies of pyritic porphyry intrude excellent host lithologies such as silicified, bioclastic limestone and calcareous, carbonaceous shale. This is regarded as an ideal setting for the target style of mineralisation behind the modern discoveries of Indochina. The geochemisty at Ban Bak shows a strong association between gold, arsenic and antimony (Au-As-Sb). This signature is associated with gold deposits at Oxiana’s Sepon Mine, 150km north west of Sekong. Other robust gold anomalies have also now been generated at Sekong and follow-up work is ongoing. Argonaut has now been actively exploring its two flagship areas in Laos for 15 months. Its exploration effort is one the most active current programs in Laos. Argonaut’s mineralised areas in Laos correlate stratigraphically and genetically with the deposits hosting mainland South East Asia’s first modern mines at Chatree in Thailand, Phu Bia in Laos and Sepon in Laos. The Company is aiming to make a gold or gold-copper discovery that will make it the next producer to emerge in Indochina. GRAEME ELLIS Managing Director Enquiries contact: 02 9239 8787 This report was compiled by Mr Lindsay Owler of Argonaut Resources NL who is a corporate member of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and has in excess of 5 years experience in this field of activity. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/cool.gif
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    ORN

    good chance to top up today. ouch no funds! consistent seller at 50 cents.he will soon be gobbled up. Thanks to peter and scd and one for you, check out cmx worth a look http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/cool.gif Scd i remember the old days gasbagging with acturtle when pna were 3 cents!Got out at 27 cents this time last year. Rochy got set into gdr at 35 after ridding the wave on DOM. cheers,
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