New Dimension Resources Ltd.

New Dimension Resources Ltd.

October 10, 2007 10:30 ET

New Dimension Acquires Large Land Position Over Midway Style Gold Target in the Walker Lane Mineral Belt, Nevada

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Oct. 10, 2007) - New Dimension Resources Ltd. ("New Dimension") (TSX VENTURE:NDR), is pleased to announce that it has acquired the Hannapah property by staking 104 mineral claims near Tonopah in western Nevada. The Hannapah property was identified during a generative exploration program conducted by the Company's consulting geologist, Steve Jones, and was staked due to its geologic similarities to the significant Midway deposit located 30 kilometres to the northwest.

Midway is an advanced stage gold property owned by Midway Gold Corporation and Steve Jones was instrumental in its discovery in 1993 while employed as a senior exploration geologist with Kennecott Exploration. A 2005 resource estimate published by Midway Gold Corp. for three separate gold zones at Midway reported an inferred resource of 215,500 ounces of gold. Numerous other vein-related, high-grade drill intercepts are also reported at Midway that apparently require additional drilling and it appears that significant additional potential exists to increase the resource.

Hannapah was acquired because it sits on the same structural trend, has similar geochemistry and the same geological and geophysical setting as Midway. Importantly, the Hannapah District has seen underground gold production from epithermal quartz veins from 1903 through 1950.

Outcrop and soil sampling at Hannapah has identified anomalous gold and path-finder elements that are similar to that originally identified at Midway. Also of note is that both target areas are associated with distinctive gravity highs associated with magnetic anomalies. Like Midway, the main target at Hannapah is the sediment-volcanic contact which is predicted to exist at shallow depth below altered and mineralized outcrops. This target concept has never been drill tested in the Hannapah area.

At both Midway and Hannapah, the geology consists of sediments overlain by volcanic rhyolites and tuffs. The bulk of vein related mineralization at Midway occurs within veins formed at an unconformity between these two contrasting rock types. At Hannapah, limited exposures of lithic-rich tuffs and rhyolites that are visible through extensive gravel cover host locally pervasive chalcedonic replacement that is similar in style to that found at Midway. In the main Hannapah district mineralization is controlled by a through going, northwest structural belt of faults and fractures that extend to the Midway area. Both Midway and Hannapah are considered part of the important Walker Lane mineral belt.

Over the coming months the Company will conduct a detailed magnetic survey and additional soil and outcrop sampling to better prioritize targets in preparation for a phase one drilling program.

The acquisition of Hannapah is subject to a finders fee and regulatory approval.



Fred G. Hewett, P.Eng., President & CEO

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