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Review: The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl

Issa Rae turns a version of her eponymous award-winning web series into print in this collection of essays to be published early February by 37 Ink, an imprint in the Atria/Simon & Schuster family. 320 more words


Global union alerts Bougainville about Rio Tinto

Radio New Zealand

A global union representing mineworkers is taking its campaign against the mining company Rio Tinto to Bougainville by trying to alert people there to what it calls the bad behaviour of the international firm.   562 more words

Papua New Guinea

Criticism on Jubilee Report only adds more credibility.

Nikanna Kaansi | ACT NOW!

It lifts the eyebrows of the ordinary citizens of Panguna and Bougainville to see the Government and partner Landowner associations pretending to oppose the Jubilee research in unity. 453 more words

Papua New Guinea

Momis' rare visit to Panguna

Ning Ani Osi onomai-kabumani noruampa nannie.

Ning ani ningkaningko nonomanani.

Miningko piamoa onomananie

Piarunani ning onomai.

I am this woman I live in the village. I do not know the government, what it does. 421 more words

Papua New Guinea

Mekamui on Belkol and the future of Panguna


Mekamui News

Talks of Belkol is very strong in the media, on the ground I interviewed several people. Some says it can go ahead but it doesn’t mean that it is to do with reopening the Panguna mine. 307 more words

Papua New Guinea

Bougainville mining law opens door to corporate predators

We have published a number of articles on Adam Smith International, the company contracted by the World Bank to draft Bougainville’s new mining law ( 173 more words

Papua New Guinea

Bougainville government 'too concerned with mining and neglecting agriculture'

“The government is so concerned about the mineral sector and has relegated agriculture to the back burner”


Post-Courier | Ishmael Palipal… 415 more words

Papua New Guinea