News Releases 2008
bellhaven copper & gold inc
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Tue May 13, 2008
Bellhaven Completes Aerial Photo Survey over Chorcha and Drill Program is Initiated at Los Hatillos Gold Property

Panama City, Panamá - May 13 2008. (BUSINESS WIRE)-- Bellhaven Copper & Gold, Inc. (TSX VENTURE:BHV) ("Bellhaven" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the completion of an Aerial Photo Survey over the Cerro Chorcha area. The acquisition of the new color aerial photography (1:20,000 scale) over the Cerro Chorcha project area was completed by Eagle Mapping Limited, Vancouver, Canada. A total of 48 line kilometers were flown over an area of approximately 10.5 kilometers. The airphotos are now being scanned and digitally processed by Eagle Mapping to generate a 1:5,000 scale digital topography with 5 meter contours lines. In addition, Eagle Mapping will provide in the next several weeks a set of aerial photo contact prints, a digital terrain model file, an orthophoto plot and digital orthophoto file.

Thu May 1, 2008
Bellhaven Advances Development of the Cerro Quema Gold Project, Completes First Quarter's Objectives

Panama City, Panamá -- May 1, 2008. Bellhaven Copper & Gold, Inc. (TSX-Venture: BHV) ("Bellhaven" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the completion of the following objectives pertaining to development of the Cerro Quema Gold Project located in Panama's Azuero Penninsula.

As expected, all of the company's 1st quarter goals (as outlined in the release dated Dec. 19, 2007) have been met. The following work was completed in the Q1, 2008 in the interest of bringing the project online by Q4, 2009:

Fri April 18, 2008
Bellhaven Copper & Gold Discovers New Mineralized Zone at the Cerro Quema Gold Project

Panama City, Panamá - April 18, 2008. Bellhaven Copper & Gold, Inc. (TSX-Venture: BHV) ("Bellhaven" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the discovery of a new mineralized zone at its 100% owned Cerro Quema Gold Project in the southern Azuero Peninsula of Panama.

The new zone was discovered during a geo-tech and condemnation drill program that commenced in early March, 2008. As part of the 1400 meter program, eight (8) diamond drill holes were drilled along the north flank of the Cerro Quema ridge between the La Pava and Quemita gold deposits. Several of these holes encountered strong silica-clay alteration in mineralized dacite breccias. In the drill core the mineralized breccias are similar to the ore zones at La Pava and Quemita.