Thundermin and Cornerstone Intersect 4.6% Copper Over 5.9 Metres

- April 29th, 2010

Thundermin Resources Inc. (TSX:THR) and 50% joint venture partner Cornerstone Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:CGP) reported that they have intersected 2.1% Cu over a core length of 19.6 m, including intervals of 4.6% Cu over 5.9 m, and 1.8% Cu over 6.7 m,approximately 942 m below surface on the Little Deer Copper Deposit which is located approximately 10 km north of Springdale in north-central Newfoundland.

Thundermin Resources Inc. (TSX:THR) and 50% joint venture partner Cornerstone Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:CGP) reported that they have intersected 2.1% Cu over a core length of 19.6 m, including intervals of 4.6% Cu over 5.9 m, and 1.8% Cu over 6.7 m,approximately 942 m below surface on the Little Deer Copper Deposit which is located approximately 10 km north of Springdale in north-central Newfoundland.

The press release is quoted as saying:

The location and width of this intersection, which is the deepest significant copper mineralization intersected to date in the Deposit, suggests that there is good potential to add additional tonnes at depth at Little Deer. This potential increase in tonnes, however, is conceptual in nature and additional drilling will be required in this area of the Deposit to determine the true tonnage potential.

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