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Aorere Resources Limited Board Changes

29 May 2014

Aorere Resources Limited Board Changes

The Board of Aorere Resources is pleased to advise that it has appointed Simon Henderson as a director.

Simon is an exploration geologist with more than 35 years’ experience in the gold mining and exploration industry in New Zealand, Australia, Africa, Chile, Vietnam, and Fiji. He has spearheaded successful exploration efforts supporting mine developments at Waihi, New Zealand and Tanami, Australia. Simon is the former CEO and a current director of Antipodes Gold Limited, a NZX and TSX listed gold explorer.

The Board considers that Simon is an independent director for the purposes of the listing rules.

The Board also advises that Denis Kelly has retired from his position as a director after serving on the Board for 5 1/2 years. The Board thanks Denis for his invaluable contribution to the company over this time and wishes him all the best for the future.

ENDS

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