Hudson Resources Inc.
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Hudson Resources Inc.

February 28, 2007 17:19 ET

Hudson Completes Mini Bulk Sample, Outlines 2007 Work Program

VANCOUVER, BRITSH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - Feb. 28, 2007) - HUDSON RESOURCES INC. ("Hudson")(TSX VENTURE:HUD) is pleased to announce complete diamond results from the processing of the 47 tonne bulk sample extracted from the Garnet Lake kimberlite dike in Greenland. In total, Hudson recovered 383 commercial sized diamonds totalling 12.07 carats, including the 2.4 carat diamond that was previously reported. These results meet the Company's objective of establishing that the Garnet Lake dike contains large commercial gemstones and supports the potential for the Garnet Lake dike to have economic value per tonne.

"As an initial test, these results clearly demonstrate that the Garnet Lake dike hosts large diamonds," stated James Tuer, President of Hudson. "We're very encouraged that the processing of the kimberlite has produced a very large diamond in relation to the sample size and larger stones significantly enhance the economic potential of a deposit. Given these very encouraging results Hudson has implemented an aggressive 2007 exploration program which will include the purchase of a diamond plant and the extraction of significantly larger samples in order to establish grade and diamond value."



GARNET LAKE DIAMONDS RECOVERED

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Kimberlite Diamonds in Square Mesh Sieve Sizes
Sample Weight (microns)
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+106 +150 +212 +300 +425 +600
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GBF(1) 47 t n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

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Garnet
Lake(2) 727 Kg 239 193 129 73 38 12
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Kimberlite Diamonds in Square Mesh Sieve Sizes Total
Sample Weight (microns) Diamond
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+850 +1180 +1700 +2360 +3350 +4750
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GBF(1) 47 t 240 114 22 5 1 1 383
2.84ct 3.45ct 1.82ct 1.17ct 0.40ct 2.39ct 12.07ct
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Garnet
Lake(2) 727 Kg 10 4 2 - - - 700
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Notes: (1) 47 tonne sample crushed in 2 stages to liberate commercial size
diamonds greater than 0.85mm.
(2) Total diamonds recovered by caustic fusion from 18 Garnet Lake
dike samples.


The secondary crushing of the sample utilizing a high pressure grinding role liberated an additional 147 diamonds greater than 0.85mm with a total weight of 2.649 carats.

Of the total 383 diamonds recovered, 54% are described as being white and 32% as being off-white in colour. Forty four percent have been described as fragments. While all kimberlite has a natural population of broken stones, any broken fragments measuring less than 0.85mm will have been lost in the sampling process. In addition, over 60% of the diamonds (29% by carat weight) were recovered on the grease table after the Dense Media Separation ("DMS") concentrate had been passed through the X-ray sorter. A magnetic separator was employed as a final test for the second crush of material. Twelve stones, representing 8% of the diamonds recovered from the second crush were recovered in the non-magnetic fraction.

Based on microdiamond projections from earlier samples on this kimberlite, Hudson believes there has been under-recovery of the smaller size fraction of diamonds. An audit of the DMS concentrate and tailings material will be undertaken at another facility, commencing shortly.

These results suggest that a greater understanding of the material processing of this highly competent kimberlite is required in order to ensure maximum diamond recovery. Different crushing and liberation strategies are being examined to limit diamond breakage and increase the recovery of larger stones in the upcoming bulk sampling program.

2007 Field Program

Hudson has outlined a seven million dollar exploration program for 2007. One of the key goals of this program is to extract up to 600 tonnes of kimberlite from three locations along the dike. This will assist us in determining continuity of grades and stone size distribution along the dike and will allow for a collection of a parcel of stones for valuation purposes. To facilitate the extraction of much larger samples, Hudson has purchased a 5 tonne per hour DMS plant from DRA Americas Inc. The plant is currently under construction and will be commissioned in the field this summer. This will allow the Company to produce a concentrate in the field, minimize shipping costs and expedite the turn around time for results. It will also be an excellent tool for sampling additional kimberlite targets on Hudson's licenses which encompass 2,500 square kilometres.

Hudson will be commencing additional seismic work in March. This will further define the dike and assist in the selection of several sites for sample collection. A 5,000m drill program is planned to further delineate the dike and test other kimberlite targets. The drill is currently on site.

The 47 tonne sample was processed by SGS Mineral Services in Lakefield Ontario, an independent laboratory, accredited to the ISO/IEC Guide 25 standard by the Standards Council of Canada as a testing laboratory for specific tests. Dr. Mark Hutchison, GEUS/Trigon GeoServices Ltd., and Mr. Jim Cambon on behalf of Hudson, were in charge of the collection of the bulk sample in Greenland. Mr. Cambon managed the chain of custody from the field to SGS Mineral Services. Dr. John Ferguson, a director of Hudson, reviewed this press release and is a qualified person under National Instrument 43-101.

Hudson management will be available to meet with shareholders at the PDAC Convention in Toronto from March 4-7, 2007 (Booth #2533). James Tuer, President, will be making a presentation on Tuesday March 6th at 2:40PM in Room 205B.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

James Tuer, President

This news release contains forward-looking statements regarding ongoing and upcoming exploration work and expected geology, geological formations and structures. Actual results may differ materially from those anticipated in these statements.

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