Aeris Resources Limited provided an update on exploration activities at the Constellation deposit, located within the Company's 100% owned Tritton tenement package in New South Wales. The initial RC drill program (Phase 1), totalling 52 holes, targeted mineralisation over a 200m (north-south) x 200m (east-west) footprint to a maximum depth of 130m below surface. During the program,18 RC drill holes intersected water in or near mineralisation and had to be abandoned. After completion of the RC drill program each abandoned RC hole has been extended via diamond drilling, referred to as a diamond tail. Assay results have been received for a further two drill holes extended via diamond tails, with significant assay results from the combined RC /diamond tail drill holes including: TAKRC038 18.4m @ 9.40% Cu, 0.87g/t Au, 4.4g/t Ag (from 53m); TAKRC038 5.5m @ 6.85% Cu, 1.02g/t Au, 2.9g/t Ag (from 81.5m); TAKRC039 17.9m @ 2.97% Cu, 0.77g/t Au, 4.1g/t Ag (from 94m). A follow-up RC drill program has recently been completed (Phase 2). The Phase 2 program, totalling 58 RC holes focused on defining the extents of the oxide and supergene mineralisation. Both mineralised horizons have been traced between 200m to 250m in the north-south and east-west directions. A limited number of RC drill holes tested the primary sulphide domain. Assay results have been received from the first 8 Phase 2 RC holes tracing mineralisation to the south. High grade copper mineralisation has been intersected within the supergene and primary (sulphide) copper mineralised domains and include: TAKRC053 7m @ 3.59% Cu, 0.93g/t Au, 7.7g/t Ag (from 101m); TAKRC057 5m @ 4.60% Cu, 1.38g/t Au, 5.4g/t Ag (from 102m); TAKRC060 9m @ 3.65% Cu, 1.14g/t Au, 6.4g/t Ag (from 97m); TAKRC054 6m @ 2.22% Cu, 3.44g/t Au, 13.0g/t Ag (from 45m). Diamond drilling is progressing with a further 11 drill holes completed within the deeper primary sulphide mineralised system. A majority of holes targeted the southern and northern margins of the mineralised system. Although drilling has yet to define the southern boundary of mineralisation, intersections are thinning and interpreted to have limited extension potential further south. Drill holes TAKD042, TAKD046 and TAKD048 targeted mineralisation toward the southern margin. TAKD048 failed to intersect sulphides, while the remaining two holes intersected banded to massive sulphides over several metres. Along the northern margin TAKD045 and TAKD047 intersected several sub-metre banded sulphides. The remainder of the reported drill holes are part of the resource definition drilling program for the upper section of the sulphide mineralisation. The maximum strike length defined to date is approximately 300m. Planned electromagnetic surveying will test the potential for extensions to mineralisation beyond the current footprint.