New Broken Hill chapter after 125 years of prospecting

11 November 2010

More than a century after Charles Rasp, a boundary rider on the Mt Gipps sheep station, discovered tin oxide on the ‘broken hill’ in western NSW, new companies are still hunting for undiscovered mineral wealth in the region. Next Monday, 125 years after the founding fathers of Broken Hill Proprietary Company Limited launched a company that would become the world’s largest miner, a junior base metals and cobalt explorer sharing the same initials will tap Australian investors for $5 million to explore the region.

The Australian Financial Review – Resources Daily