March 4, 2014 Fredericton, New Brunswick - Northcliff Resources Ltd. ("Northcliff" or the "Company")(TSX: NCF), on behalf of the Sisson Partnership, is pleased to announce that Louise Steward has joined the Company as Vice President, Regulatory & Government Affairs.

Northcliff President & CEO Chris Zahovskis said, "We are extremely pleased to welcome Louise to the Sisson Project team. Louise has experience permitting large projects in New Brunswick and she will oversee all matters dealing with regulatory affairs, stakeholder and First Nations engagement for the Sisson Project. The addition of Louise to the project team represents another key step in the development of this project as we move through permitting towards construction."

Louise will oversee all matters dealing with regulatory affairs and guide the development of the Sisson Project through permitting. Louise brings 25 years of experience in New Brunswick working in regulatory affairs, environmental impact assessment and public and aboriginal consultation. In her role as a Project Manager with the provincial government, Louise's responsibilities and achievements included the review of various capital projects. In the private sector, she has provided project management, developed work plans and environmental permitting strategies for major projects pursuant to the federal and provincial environmental impact assessment legislation. In her roles, she has also been responsible for public and aboriginal consultation, which required building positive and respectful relationships with community leaders, ENGOs and Aboriginal communities as well as various government agencies at the federal, provincial and municipal levels.

Louise has a degree in engineering from the University of New Brunswick. She will work out of our Fredericton office.

About Northcliff Resources Ltd.

Northcliff, associated with Hunter Dickinson Inc. (HDI), is a mineral resource company focused on advancing the Sisson Tungsten-Molybdenum Project located in New Brunswick, Canada, to production. The results of the Feasibility Study, completed in January 2013, confirm that the Sisson Project is technically and economically feasible. The Sisson Project is now in Environmental Impact Assessment review process.

For further details on Northcliff and the Sisson Tungsten-Molybdenum Project please visit Northcliff's website:

Chris Zahovskis, President & CEO
Northcliff Resources Ltd.

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