December 31, 2007 The results from the recent rock and soil sampling program have now been received and indicate
similar levels of anomalism to that defined in the previous programs.
September 30, 2007 Infill and extension soil and rock sampling was carried out, to better define gold ± arsenic ± antimony (Au ± As ± Sb) anomalies. Mapping during the sampling program also discovered a number of gossanous zones with iron boxwork textures. Earlier results show a maximum gold-in-soil value of 163ppb Au located on a northwesterly-trending splay fault within basalts, adjacent to the unconformity with Mosquito Creek
sediments. Another gold anomaly located 1.7 kilometres to the south occurs in a similar structural setting, and closer to the unconformity contact.
February 15, 2007 Coherent multi-element geochemical trends that are ready for drill testing in 2007 were identified, after completion of the detailed geochemistry program. The GIS database will be upgraded and further remote
sensing interpretation to improve geological and structural understanding will be carried out. A more detailed aeromagnetic survey is also under consideration. Extensional and infill surface geochemical multi-element
sampling programs will be completed, to provide better definition of existing targets for drilling and to define new