Tom - I believe the drills were damaged during the test mining period as there were some mentally retarded people in the area jeopardising the future of the local community. Probably one or two of them are being questioned by the Russian authorities relating to pirate and drug offences. Maybe worth confirming with dave (brecabronding) if hes not too busy writing crap books!
Yes the company Ludvika Borrteknik AB did post two photos of drilling on their facebook page saying 'Progress' on the 26/7th September, they did not say it was Kallak however it looks like it. Especially as Per- Ola Larrson 'liked' the pictures.
Not sure if has been posted but... Pajala now the best in the country for employment EXCLUDING mining industry jobs. Just shows the knock on effects a steady industry can have. http://tinyurl.com/obmjthu
The company has had a busy summer but exciting times are just around the corner. With all the protesters at the site and scrutiny they have been under it is best for them to go about their business in silence. They are not stupid and know that nothing is really going to affect this share other than real news now. The positive for me is that it has actually held strong of late, I thought we would see 5p by now.
Mining licence due at any point in the next 3 months. Not long to wait - this will determine the future of the company. Drilling conditions are best over the winter because the ground is too marshy during the summer, they should now be able to get some good progress in.
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