Aurania Resources Yawi Target Exploration Concept

Aurania Identifies Areas of Metal Enrichment that Refine the Epithermal Target at Yawi

Aurania reports that ridge and spur soil sampling has identified extensive and coherent areas of elevated silver and other pathfinder elements at the Yawi target in its Lost Cities – Cutucu Project (the “Project”) in Ecuador. These pathfinder elements are typical of the upper parts of epithermal gold-silver systems in the region. This data delineates two roughly parallel areas of metal enrichment each approximately 600 metres long and open along trend.

Noble Financial

Aurania enters into capital markets support agreement with Noble Capital

Toronto, Ontario, October 9, 2018 – Aurania Resources Ltd. (TSXV: ARU) (OTCQB: AUIAF) (FRANKFURT: 20Q) (“Aurania” or the “Company”) reports that it has entered into a capital markets support agreement (the “Agreement”) with Noble Capital Markets Inc. (“Noble”), a Florida corporation. Noble is a FINRA- and SEC- registered broker dealer with knowledge and experience with respect to building corporate awareness to investors, capital markets transactions, long-range planning and capital markets structuring and other matters that may be significant to the future business and operations of the Company.

Aurania Reports the Discovery of the First Significant Copper Mineralization in the Lost Cities – Cutucu Project

Aurania reports that significant copper mineralization has been discovered by two separate regional exploration teams in the Lost Cities – Cutucu Project in Ecuador.  The discoveries are approximately 20 kilometres (14 miles) apart: the first target is called “Jempe” and the other, “Kirus.”  The discoveries were made during exploration of two of the many magnetic targets identified from the geophysical survey conducted over the Project.

Keith Barron is interviewed by Sprott Media during the 2018 Sprott Natural Resource Symposium

Sprott Media Interview with Dr. Keith Barron

Dr. Keith Barron, Chairman and CEO of Aurania is interviewed by Ms. Remy Blaire of Sprott Media during the 2018 Sprott Natural Resource Symposium.