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NEW NADINA CHANGES DIRECTORS

September 11, 2018 :  GREENWOOD, BRITISH COLUMBIA – New Nadina Explorations Limited (the "Company", TSX VENTURE:  NNA) is pleased to announce that John W. Jewitt, P.Eng. and Anthony (Tony) Jewitt are replacing directors David R. Huck and Ellen Clements who are both resigning due to personal reasons effective immediately.  

Arlene Ashton has resigned as CFO and Secretary and Ellen as CEO and President.  The Company wishes to acknowledge and thank them for their dedicated long service.  Arlene and Ellen have enjoyed working together for thirty six years and both are looking forward to retirement. Both will continue as consultants to assist with the transition, training and complete designated projects. 

John has been appointed Chief Executive Officer and President and Tony will assume the duties of Chief Financial Officer. John, Tony and William Meyer will comprise the Audit Committee.

John brings to the Company over forty years experience in all phases of the mining business. As a former Director of New Nadina Explorations Limited, (2009 – 2017) Jewitt is well-positioned to advance the Silver Queen Metals project in central British Columbia and the Monument Diamond project in the Northwest Territories of Canada.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

“Signed”

John W. Jewitt, P.Eng.

President & CEO

For further information please visit the website at www.nadina.com  

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