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Chatham Rock Phosphate – Share Purchase Plan

23 January 2013

Chatham Rock Phosphate – Share Purchase Plan

Chatham Rock Phosphate Limited (NZX: CRP) reminds shareholders that the current share purchase plan offer closes on 13 February 2013. Completed application forms and payment needs to be received by our share registry, Link Market Services, by 5pm that day.

The Board of CRP does not intend to extend the closing date for the share purchase plan.

Under the plan shareholders have the opportunity to subscribe for up to $15,000 of shares at an issue price of $0.33 per share.

Since the share purchase plan was announced in early December, CRP has already raised approximately $285,000 in new capital through placements to qualified investors at $0.33 per share.

If shareholders have mislaid their application forms, please email chris@crpl.co.nz <mailto:chris@crpl.co.nz> for a new form. Thank you for your support of the company.

Chris Castle

Managing Director


ENDS

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