Newmac Resources Inc. (TSX-V: NER) is pleased to announce that it has commenced a diamond drilling program on the Bluff property located 180 kilometres west of the city of Williams Lake, BC. At the Bluff property, which is adjacent to the Newmac Property, also owned by Newmac Resources Ltd., wide spread occurrences of copper mineralized quartz tourmaline breccia rubble were recently discovered.
In December 2006 a survey of approximately 35 line kilometers of induced polarization was completed in the area where this mineralization was encountered. A strong induced polarization anomaly (chargeable features varying from less than 2 mv/V to in excess of 30 mv/V) and a high contrast magnetic anomaly indicating a number of linear features was indicated. The objectives of the current drill program are to complete five drill holes testing a number of geophysical combinations allowing for broader targeting of the quartz tourmaline mineralization.
A 30 kilometres induced polarization geophysical survey has also recently commenced on the Chilanko property, which is located 170 kilometres west of the city of Williams Lake, BC.
J.W. (Bill) Morton P.Geo is the qualified person as defined by National Policy 43-101 who has reviewed the contents of this news release.
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