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From The Desk Of Nick Nicolaas:Zeal Intelligence Weekly - Junior Gold Exploration by Scott Wright. April 30th, 2010

Dear Friends: The weekly Zeal Intelligence Newsletter this time by Scott Wright and entitled ‘Junior Gold Exploration’ is now on the Mining Interactive Website. Click Here for the Weekly Zeal Intelligence Letter Have a great weekend and - - - Stay Tuned!! Regards, Nick L. Nicolaas Mining Interactive “Ahead of the Pack” Nick L. Nicolaas President & CEO Mining Interactive Corp. www.mininginteractive.com Direct 24/7: +1 (604) 657-4058 Main Office: +1 (604) 569-0800 Fax: +1 (604) 569-0758 Skype: nicknicolaas nick@mininginteractive.com

Mining Interactive: Areva Becomes a Significant Mawson Shareholder - Aquisition of 100% of Finnish Portfolio. April 30th, 2010

April 30, 2010 MAWSON RESOURCES LTD. TSX - MAW; Frankfurt - MRY (WKN# A0B 8YJ); Pinksheets - MWSNF MAWSON ACQUIRES 100% OF AREVA’S FINNISH EXPLORATION PORTFOLIO AREVA BECOMES SIGNIFICANT MAWSON SHAREHOLDER                       Mawson’s exploration portfolio doubled Areva will hold, post-closing, 11% of Mawson Areva has right to increase its shareholding additional 8% @ $1.00 p/s States Michael Hudson, Mawson President & CEO: “This transaction effectively doubles Mawson’s exploration portfolio and cements Mawson’s place as a key European uranium explorer.  We welcome Areva, one of the world’s key integrated nuclear companies, as one of the Company’s largest shareholders.  Areva will hold, post-closing, 11% of Mawson and will hold the right to increase its shareholding by up to an additional 8% of Mawson’s issued capital via the exercise of the purchase warrants.  Additionally, Areva’s potential to increase their shareholding at a significant premium to the curren

MarketWatch: Weekly Roundup. Top Ten Stories April 26 - 30. April 30th, 2010

Weekly Roundup APRIL 30, 2010 MarketWatch top ten stories April 26 -- 30 By MarketWatch NEW YORK (MarketWatch) - U.S. stocks ended the week lower after being hit by the tumult of the Greek debt crisis, a grilling of Goldman Sachs executives and the revelation that the Wall Street icon is being probed for possible criminal misconduct. In Washington, senators finally agreed to begin talking about talking about financial reform while the energy sector took a hit after the worst oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in several decades appeared to spin out of control with no end in sight. The Dow Jones Industrial Average ( .DJI ) closed down 158.71 points or 1.4% to close at 11,008.61 on Friday. For the week the blue-chip index fell 1.8%. The Nasdaq Composite Index ( .COMP ) fell 50.73 points or 2% to end at 2,461.19 and notch a 2.7% decline for the week. The benchmark Standard & Poor's 500 Index ( .SPX ) dropped 20.09 points or 1.7% on the day to close at 1,18

BBC NEWS I Business

Page last updated at 22:12 GMT, Friday, 30 April 2010 23:12 UK Greeks warned of austerity plan Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou warns the country to be ready for a new round of austerity measures. Germans take fright at bail-out Portugal rocked by Greek storm Greece crisis: Is there an exit? Spain unemployment rate 20% Spain's unemployment rate breaches 20% for the first time in nearly 13 years, official figures show. US economy continues to recover The US economy grew at an annualised rate of 3.2% in the first three months of th