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Will China replace Rio Tinto at Bougainville's shotgun wedding?

President John Momis and his Australian advisors have made very clear the only future they see for Bougainville is one centered around the re-opening of the Panguna mine. 307 more words

Papua New Guinea

Villagers not seeing promised benefits from Ramu mine

Mine rampage blamed on jobs rejection

Rex Sos | PNG Loop

Usino/Bundi MP Anthony Yagama and Madang acting Provincial Police Commander Ben Neneo met with the Bundi people on Sunday to hear their side of the story of the million kina damages caused by some of them last week. 139 more words

Papua New Guinea

MCC roll out their favourite cheerleader to apologize

Kurumbukari locals say Mathew Denguo does NOT represent their views and they are NOT apologizing to MCC…

KBK LANDOWNERS APOLOGISE TO RAMU NICO FOR RIOTS… 476 more words

Papua New Guinea

Ramu mine attack: Police arrest five workers

Police make arrests over mine raid

The National aka The Loggers Times

POLICE have arrested five men in connection with the raid and destruction of properties last week at the Ramu Nickel’s Kurumbukari mine site in Madang. 167 more words

Papua New Guinea

Highlands says PNG mine attack unlikely to affect output guidance

Esmarie Swanepoel | Mining Weekly

ASX-listed Highlands Pacific on Friday confirmed the temporary closure of the Ramu nickel/cobalt project, in Papua New Guinea, but said the mine would still meet its forecast production guidance for 2014. 128 more words

Papua New Guinea

Meeting today over Ramu mine attack

Rex Sos | PNG Loop

Today attempts will be made to work out a peaceful solution to the strife that has shut down huge $US2 billion Ramu nickel mine. 167 more words

Papua New Guinea

China's Ramu nickel mine in PNG restarts after attacks - embassy

Reuters / PACNEWS

A Chinese-owned nickel mine in Papua New Guinea has resumed production three days after an attack by armed villagers forced work to halt, a Chinese embassy official in the South Pacific country said on Thursday. 491 more words

Papua New Guinea