Jane Danoczi joins Shore Gold project team



    Stock Symbol: SGF: TSX

    SASKATOON, Oct. 6 /CNW/ - George H. Read, P. Geo., Senior Vice President
Exploration and Development, is pleased to welcome Ms. Jane Danoczi as
Manager, Process Design to the Project team. In her role with Shore, Jane will
be responsible for the detailed design of the diamond processing plant
associated with the Star Diamond Project and the potential Orion South
Project.
    Ms. Danoczi holds degrees in physics, applied mathematics and a Masters
degree in Engineering. She spent a decade with De Beers in South Africa,
during which she evaluated and recommended improvements to diamond recovery
techniques. In addition, Ms. Danoczi has operated her own consultancy since
2001, specializing in assessing diamond processing technology and identifying
improvements.
    Ms. Danoczi has authored registered patent submissions, designed
equipment and researched, written and presented work concerning diamond
recovery. Ms. Danoczi brings a unique set of skills to Shore and joins a team
of experienced mining personnel including Pieter Du Plessis, with over 19
years diamond mining and exploration experience internationally; Tony French,
whose experience includes diamond mining at Orapa Mine in Botswana; Bill Van
Breugel, who has 26 years combined experience as a miner or mining engineer,
and various other Shore personnel with mining operations experience.
    Senior Vice President Exploration and Development, George Read, states:
"We are pleased to welcome Jane to our Project team as her specialist
experience with diamond recovery plants will allow us to fast track the design
of a highly efficient diamond recovery system."

    Shore is a Canadian based corporation engaged in the acquisition,
exploration and development of mineral properties. Shares of the Company trade
on the TSX Exchange under the trading symbol "SGF".

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