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We are looking for an experienced exploration geologist with skills in GIS and 3D modelling to join our team in Eastbourne, Lower Hutt on a one year fixed-term contract. If you are interested in becoming part of our team check out the job ad below. Applications close on 31 May.

Kenex is hiring again!

Kenex geologist Dr Tom Czertowicz has been assisting our client Belararox with their diamond and RC drill programs at their Belara Project

May Newsletter, 2022

December Newsletter, 2021

Kenex adds value to your geology data by creating dynamic and integrated 2D and 3D digital geology products that can improve the understanding of your deposit, aid with drill planning, and improve regional targeting. Do you want to know more?

Kenex Geology Mapping System

Kenex welcomes Joel Newman to our team as a Geologist/GIS Analyst.

Introducing Kenex new employee

Duke Exploration Limited announces that visible copper sulphides have been intersected in drillholes at the Quorn prospect, 9 km from Mt Flora within the Bundarra tenement.

More exciting discoveries for Duke Exploration

BBC News highlights the continued importance of mining for the green economy, highlighting the need to find more deposits 'close to home' to minimise the mining impact.

The importance of mining for the green economy: Move to net zero ‘inevitably means more mining’

2020, it's a wrap! It has been a challenging year, but it also had a few highlights that we want to share with you all in our last newsletter for the year.

December Newsletter, 2020

The results of the Mineral Potential Mapping project that Kenex undertook with the Geological Survey of NSW over the Central Lachlan Orogen have just been released online!

The Central Lachlan Orogen data package is out

A Story Map to show how Mineral Potential Mapping works

Longreach Exploration gets CEI grant for Fletcher Awl

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