INTREPID Mines Limited has produced samples which show the existence of more copper and gold at the company’s Mumbwa projects, chief executive officer Scott Lowe has disclosed. Mr Lowe said once the results from the report have been analysed, Intrepid will do some follow-up drilling. Mr Lowe said in Intrepid’s latest update on drilling that the company was encouraged by the results from Lulu and Kantonga projects. “We are particularly pleased to have identified mineralised areas outside of Kitumba, and follow-up drilling will be planned and prioritised once these results have been analysed,” he said. The samples from the sites were shipped to Intertek Genalysis Laboratory Services in Maddington, Australia, for analysis.