Vena Resources Resumes Work Plan at Aurora Copper/Moly Project

May 14, 2007

May 14, 2007 -- Toronto, Ontario -- Vena Resources Inc. (TSX.V: VEM, LIMA: VEM) announces that it has hired ARCE Geofisica to perform an extensive geophysics program over the next two months leading to a third drilling campaign later this semester. This drilling campaign will be designed to confirm the presence and orientation of the copper and molybdenum mineralization and test extensions of the zone. The two drilling campaigns completed thus far, infer that the central part of Aurora’s exploration target appear to host a possible delineated mineralized zone in two distinctive Copper and Molybdenum blocks as seen on the attached pictures.

The NW and SE areas of the 1.8 kilometre by 0.6 kilometre exploration target will be drilled a third time to expand the known mineralization along strike and to better understand the molybdenum blocks found in previous drilling campaigns. The molybdenum zone has been minimally tested and could possibly be extended.

Molybdenum highlights from previous campaigns include:

DDA-1 intersected 406 meters averaging 0.0155% Mo from surface

ABC-4 intersected 154 meters averaging 0.1767% Mo from surface

ABC-6 intersected 304 meters averaging 0.0803% Mo from surface

Aurora, Huachon, Pucara and Azulcocha are the four exploration projects Vena plans to drill this year. In addition, later this month CAMECO engineers are expected to visit Lagunillas and to approve the work program in Macusani and Munani for the next three months.

For further information please visit the Company website at www.venaresources.com or contact:

Juan Vegarra – Chairman & CEO (416) 364-7739, ext. 120 – email jvegarra@venaresources.com

Pro-Edge Consultants Inc., Tracy Weslosky or Fred Cowans – Managing Partners

(866) 544-9622 or (416) 581-0177 – info@pro-edge.com

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