Tirex Resources Ltd.

Tirex Resources Ltd.

November 26, 2007 15:24 ET

Tirex Resources Starts UTEM Ground Geophysics at Mirdita

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Nov. 26, 2007) - Tirex Resources Ltd. ("Tirex") (TSX VENTURE:TXX) is pleased to report that field crews have begun ground electromagnetic surveying on the Mirdita copper-zinc-gold project in Albania utilizing a deep penetrating geophysical system known as UTEM. UTEM is a powerful state-of-the-art geophysical tool developed in Canada that is better at defining massive sulphide conductors than most other commercial electromagnetic systems. UTEM is being employed at Mirdita to further define targets for the upcoming drill program including targets at depths greater than those tested by previous State-run exploration expeditions.

Tirex has a multitude of exploration targets defined by previous work at Mirdita including extensions of former mines, zones of mineralization partially defined but un-mined and targets identified but not investigated. In addition, earlier this year Tirex carried out the first airborne geophysical survey in the history of Albania. The 2,520 line kilometer survey successfully identified many new targets that have had no previous exploration.

Tirex's focus is the exploration and development of the large 344 square kilometer Mirdita Property in Albania. The property is readily accessible by paved and gravel roads and is located 70 km north of the capital city of Tirana. The property covers the core of the historically productive Mirdita Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide ("VMS") base metal district. It represents an opportunity to explore copper, zinc, gold and silver zones that were previously partially mined or evaluated at lower metal prices and provides an opportunity to apply modern exploration techniques toward the discovery of new VMS deposits or extensions of known zones. The Mirdita exploration project is managed by an experienced team of five Canadian geologists and several senior Albanian geologists, geophysicists and surveyors.

George Gorzynski, P.Eng., Tirex Director and a Qualified Person under the meaning of Canadian National Instrument 43-101 and a director of Tirex, is responsible for the technical content of this news release.

Further details on the company and the Mirdita Project can be found on the Tirex website at www.TirexResources.com.


Bryan Slusarchuk, CEO and Director

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