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Fox picks Garlick as new chief
Fox Resources' Radio Hill operation.

Bruce Garlick has been appointed as interim chief executive of Pilbara miner Fox Resources.

Mr Garlick will also be chief executive of its entities from today.

Mr Garlick has more than 25 years' experience in the mining, oil and gas

and engineering industries.

He has held senior financial positions in Australia, Zimbabwe, Europe, US

and China. Mr Garlick has a background in financing, and has

secured complex funding deals for big projects.

Mr Garlick joined Fox Resources in 2011 as chief financial officer and company secretary.

Laurie Chew will return to his previous role as general manager.

Fox Resources has a substantial land-holding in the Pilbara centred around its copper/nickel Radio Hil project, 35km south of Karratha.

Its exploration program also covers a number of prospective base metal and gold targets, a magnetite project at Mt Oscar, 25km south of the port at Cape Lambert which is a joint venture with Magnetic South.

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