Currie Rose Resources Inc.
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Currie Rose Resources Inc.

June 14, 2007 11:14 ET

Currie Rose Resources Inc.: Drilling at Mabale Hills in Tanzania Returns Encouraging

ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 14, 2007) - Currie Rose Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:CUI)

RESULTS Highlights

- MBND001 - 31 metres grading 5.97g/t gold from 29 metres at Mwamazengo

- MBNR-D002 - 6 metres grading 5.85g/t gold from 105 metres at Mwamazengo

- MBNR024 - 6 metres grading 3.77g/t gold from 15 metres at Dhahabu

Currie Rose Resources advises that exploration activity on the Mabale Hills project in Tanzania Africa, which forms part of the Lake Victoria Joint Venture with Australian-listed Sub-Sahara Resources NL (ASX:SBS), has returned further significant gold intercepts and drilling continues despite delays which have occurred due to ground and drilling conditions.

Exploration activity to-date has focused on the Mwamazengo and the newly identified Dhahabu anomaly.

Mwamazengo

The initial discovery at Mwamazengo, using reverse circulation (RC) drilling, tested the zone to 100 metres vertical depth, on a 40m x 80m grid over a strike of 250 metres. The current program has extended the depth of mineralisation to 120 metres with one hole (MBNR-006, results pending) testing the potential of the ore zone to 175 metres vertical depth. The Mwamazengo discovery has now been drilled on a 40m x 40m pattern and remains open at depth.

A total of 604.5 metres of diamond drilling has been completed in 7 drill holes (MBND001, MBNR-002 - MBNR-007). Very good results were returned from the first 2 holes as tabled below (Table 1). Drilling is on-going and further results will be released by the Company once received.

Three (3) RC drill holes have also been completed for a total of 303 metres (MBNR021-MBNR023). The Company released results of drill holes MBNR021 and MBNR022 on 4 May 2007 and both of these drill holes intersected significant gold intercepts. Drill hole MBNR023 has returned a weaker result, but further confirms two zones of mineralisation (Table 1).

In addition, a total of 47 (MBNB134 - MBNB180) shallow rotary air blast (RAB) drill holes totaling 1,842 metres were completed in the area surrounding the Mwamazengo discovery. This drilling has returned a number of low order geochemical responses that will require further activity.

A close spaced ground magnetic geophysical survey has also been completed to assist in defining the structural controls on mineralisation at Mwamazengo.

Dhahabu

The Dhahabu prospect covers an extension to the Mwamazengo discovery situated 5km to the south. Exploration activity at Dhahabu identified a coincident geophysical and geochemical anomaly and a total of 780 metres of RC drilling has been completed in 6 holes (MBNR024 - MBNR030). The results have returned mixed results with only 1 drill hole (MBNR024) returning a significant intercept as tabled below (Table 1). Dhahabu will undergo further assessment prior to additional drilling but management is encouraged by this initial result as it confirms the potential of the prospect.



Table 1-Mabale Hills - significant drill intercepts

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EASTING NORTHING FROM TO INTERVAL GOLD
HOLE-ID (mE) (mN) (m) (m) (m) (g/t) PROSPECT
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MBND001 482175 9649865 29 60 31 5.97 MWAMAZENGO
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including 29 39 10 10.52
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MBNR-D002 482134 9649865 85 91 6 2.53 MWAMAZENGO
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And 105 111 6 5.85
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MBNR023 482,204 9,649,740 17 19 2 0.84 MWAMAZENGO
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And 26 28 2 1.11
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And 80 87 7 0.94
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including 82 86 4 1.31
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MBNR024 480,256 9,657,060 1 3 2 1.19 DHAHABU
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And 9 15 6 3.77
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Including 13 14 1 17.5
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ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Harold Smith, President

Notes:

1. All Assay values are uncut.

2. As there is insufficient data to calculated true widths, drill intercept lengths only are reported.

3. A Quality Assurance/Quality Control program is part of the drilling program on the Mabale Hills Project. This program includes chain of custody protocol as well as systematic submittals of standards, duplicates and blank samples into the flow of samples produced by the drilling.

4. A description of the geology, sampling procedures, and the Company's laboratory Quality Assurance / Quality Control procedures are as described in the Company's National Instrument 43-101 Technical Report filed on March 21, 2005. This report is available at www.sedar.com.

5. Samples are prepared and analysed at Humac Laboratories - Mwanza, Tanzania.

6. The Qualified Person for the release of this exploration information is Michael Griffiths AusIMM, Director of Currie Rose Resources Inc. and Managing Director of Sub-Sahara Resources NL.

The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this news release.

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