New Dimension Resources Ltd.
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New Dimension Resources Ltd.

April 21, 2008 09:00 ET

New Dimension's Domain Project in Manitoba Intersects 4.61 g/t Gold Over 15.25 Metres Including 7.29 g/t Gold Over 9.0 Metres

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - April 21, 2008) - New Dimension Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:NDR) is pleased to report that joint venture partner Rolling Rock Resources Corp. (TSX VENTURE:RLL) ("Rolling Rock") has received assays from the recently completed Phase II drill program undertaken on the Domain Project in northern Manitoba.

The program consisting of 2,654 metres of diamond drilling in 17 holes was highly successful. Eight holes were completed on the B Zone with significant results including 4.61 g/t gold over 15.25 metres (including 7.29 g/t gold over 9.0 metres or 9.96 g/t gold over 6.00 metres) in drill hole RR-08-20; and 4.61 g/t gold over 18.05 metres (including 17.44 g/t gold over 2.65 metres) in drill hole RR-08-23.

The B Zone is currently defined by drilling over a strike length of 700 metres and is reflected by strong ground electromagnetic and magnetic geophysical signatures which continue for a minimum of another 350 metres along strike in a northwesterly trend. Drill results suggest that gold mineralization in the B Zone is increasing in width and grade to the northwest with the better gold values occurring in the westernmost 220 metres. Hole RR-08-20 is the most north-westerly hole completed on the zone to date and indicates that the B Zone remains completely open along strike and down dip.

Drill intercepts from the B Zone are listed below:



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From To Interval Gold
Hole (metres) (metres) (metres)(i) (g/t)
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RR-08-19 164.40 168.80 4.40 1.10
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Including 167.80 168.80 1.00 4.25
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182.50 186.21 3.71 4.80
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Including 185.25 186.21 0.96 5.39
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RR-08-20 113.55 128.80 15.25 4.61
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Including 115.50 124.50 9.00 7.29
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Or 118.50 124.50 6.00 9.96
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RR-08-21 143.10 152.15 9.05 5.22
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Including 143.10 145.80 2.70 15.16
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And 151.05 152.15 1.10 4.66
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RR-08-22 159.50 167.50 8.00 2.24
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Including 163.50 166.50 3.00 4.78
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RR-08-23 172.95 191.00 18.05 4.61
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Including 179.45 182.10 2.65 17.44
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And 186.33 189.00 2.67 10.43
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RR-08-24 217 221.20 4.20 0.61
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RR-08-25 169.10 174 4.90 0.55
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RR-08-26 77 80.15 3.15 4.28
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Including 78.50 80.15 1.65 7.40
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196.20 199.29 3.09 3.02
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(i) true thicknesses are estimated to be 75% of drill
intercepts


Drill holes RR-08-11 to RR-08-18 and RR-08-27 were drilled to the southeast on the B Zone and although they intersected sections of silicification and mineralization, all returned values of less than 2 grams per tonne gold.

The 2008 winter program was designed to follow up favorable drill results from previous drilling and to test undrilled projections of known mineralization that are strongly supported by airborne and ground geophysics.

In addition to the B Zone, the Domain Project covers a multiple number of geophysical anomalies suggestive of mineralized structures that are untested, and a number of zones with known gold intercepts that warrant additional drilling. Of these targets, the most prospective is Anomaly A, located approximately 100 metres to the north of the B Zone. Anomaly A is a parallel structure where previous work outlined a 1.8 kilometre long coincidental magnetic and electromagnetic geophysical conductor. Drilling of a 100 metre segment of the trend by Canico in the late 1970's and mid 1980's intersected anomalous gold values in all four holes drilled. Drill results included 4.60 metres of 4.60 g/t gold, and 1.32 metres of 12.59 g/t gold. Historic exploration data was collected before the introduction of NI 43-101, and is presented for information purposes only. The Company has no way of verifying the results and the historical data should not be relied upon.

New Dimension is highly encouraged with the results of the 2008 exploration program and a significant drill program is warranted to follow up these very favorable results. Rolling Rock has earned a 51% interest in the Domain Project and with additional work expenditures they can increase their interest to a maximum of 65%.

The Domain Property totals 14,000 hectares situated in the Gods Lake greenstone belt. It is located 15 kilometres east of the community of Oxford House and is accessible by winter road. Oxford House, with a population of approximately 2,500 people, has good infrastructure, including hydroelectric power and an all-season airport with daily flights to Winnipeg and Thompson.

The property is host to numerous steeply dipping, northwest trending gold-bearing structures up to 3.5 kilometres in length and at least 100 metres in down-dip extension. These structures are associated within silicified zones containing variable amounts of pyrite, pyrrhotite, magnetite and arsenopyrite coincident with extensive ground and airborne geophysical anomalies.

Quality control on the Domain Project includes chain-of-custody protocol as well as systematic submittals of standards, duplicates and blank samples into the flow of samples produced by drilling. Drill core is sawn into halves with one half being sent for analysis and the other kept for future reference. All samples are prepared and assayed by TSL Laboratories, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. At TSL, samples were fire assayed using a two assay ton sample. Samples that assayed greater than 30 grams per tonne gold were submitted for screen analysis. A technical report in accordance with National Instrument 43-101 standards of disclosure for mineral properties on the Domain Property authored by J.T. Shearer, M.Sc, P.Geo dated August 21, 2005 can be viewed on New Dimension Resources' company pages at www.sedar.com. A map showing the drilling will be posted shortly on the Company's website.

The Qualified Person for Rolling Rock on this project, who has reviewed the technical data in this news release, is J.T. Shearer, M.Sc., P.Geo.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

NEW DIMENSION RESOURCES LTD.

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

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