DAILY NEWS Aug 2, 2012 4:57 PM - 0 comments

IRON ORE EXPLORATION: Rogue intercepts 482 metres of 40% Fe near Timmins

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ONTARIO – Rogue Iron Ore Corp. of Vancouver is drilling its flagship Radio Hill iron ore property 80 km southwest of Timmins and getting long-and-strong intercepts. One hole cut 482 metres of 40% total iron (tFe), another returned 126 metres of 43.6% tFe and 114 metres of 40.5% tFe.

Rogue completed its 43-hole 2012 drill program at Radio Hill in May 2012. The deposit is a taconite (magnetite) iron formation that Rogue acquired in 2008. The company has also completed a ground magnetics survey on a portion of the 12 km strike length of the Nat River iron formation, located 6 km to the east of the Radio Hill iron deposit. Work in this area will focus on mapping and sampling.

The Radio Hill property is ideally suited with power and transportation nearby. Learn more at RogueIron.com by reading the July 2012 corporate presentation.

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