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Vena Resources Begins Drilling at Pucara Polymetallic Project

September 10, 2007

September 10, 2007--Toronto, Ontario – Vena Resources Inc. (“Vena” or the “Company”) (TSX: VEM, Lima: VEM, Frankfurt: V1R, OTC: VNARF) is pleased to announce that a 4,400 metre drill program has commenced at Pucara. The program will consist of a minimum of 21 drill holes from 20 platforms designed to intersect several polymetallic veins with widths varying from one to five metres, and disseminated structures containing gold and copper. Drill targets include the Gladys Stockwork and the Santo Tomas, Katy, and San Rafael Veins. Geotecnica Peruana SA has been retained to execute the drill program with two Diamec 282 rigs. The program is expected to take three months to complete.

The drilling programs are being supervised by Dr. James W. Stewart P.Geo., Vena’s Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101. Core samples will be cut longitudinally with a diamond saw, with one- half of the core placed in sealed bags and shipped to CIMM PERU in Lima, Peru, an ISO certified assay laboratory. The program includes a comprehensive assay quality control routine comprising the systematic use of standards, blanks, and field duplicate samples. Secondary laboratories will be used for check assaying.

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

Kirsten Marcia (416) 364-7739, ext. 136

Director of Investor Relations kmarcia@venaresources.com

 


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