Hastings Technology Metals Ltd. announced results from the Bald Hill grade-control drilling campaign, completed as part of the 2020 Drilling Program at its Yangibana Rare Earths Project (Yangibana) in Western Australia's Gascoyne region. The grade control drilling campaign (Figure 2) was designed to test-drill a shallow area of mineralisation at the Bald Hill deposit, with all holes drilled to a targeted level below the natural surface. A close-spaced reverse circulation (RC) drill pattern of 5mE x 7 million was completed, with 257 holes for 5,002m being drilled. This campaign targeted a zone within the first 20m (eight mining benches) from surface, containing enough material to define short-term mine planning at the start of production for a two-month period. The comparison between the Bald Hill Mineral Resource estimate and the grade-control model within the area of the grade-control drilling. The comparison suggests a slight increase in both tonnes and contained metal with only a minor loss of grade for both TREO and Nd2O3 + Pr6O11. The Mineral Resource estimate for Bald Hill used for this comparison was previously announced to the ASX by the Company on 5 May 2021. A grade tonnage comparison between the grade-control model and the Mineral Resource estimate and indicates a strong correlation between both estimates. It should be noted that because the grade- control drilling was sampled in its entirety, there is more definition in the low-grade tail than what appeared in the Mineral Resource estimate due to the selective nature of the exploration sampling.