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Security guard affected by the thick smoke from MCC refinery

Mystery deepens regarding the story by John Bivi in the National Newspaper about pollution from the Basamuk refinery polluting local food crops and the gardens. 183 more words

Papua New Guinea

Flaws in Ramu NiCo pollution denial

The scientific analysis by experts at Cocoa Coconut Institute of PNG (CCIPNG) for Ramu NiCo on the alleged gas explosion at Basamuk, rather shows obvious flaws in their attempt to cover up what seems to be major gas pollution. 259 more words

Papua New Guinea

Ramu mine denies pollution

Post Courier

RAMU NiCo Mine in Madang Province has denied allegations from nearby communities that smoke from the mine’s refinery is affecting their food crops like yam and taro. 348 more words

Papua New Guinea

Madang government confirms Ramu nickel acid pollution

“Rain water is not safe for human consumption even from creeks and rivers”

Villagers face effects of smoke

The National aka The Loggers Times

COASTAL villages near Ramu Nickel plant site in Basamuk, Rai Coast, in Madang, are experiencing the effects of harmful smoke from the mine.

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Papua New Guinea

Highlands Pacific: Glencore PNG option terminated

Mining Business

Highlands terminated Glencore Xstrata’s option over a prospective copper-gold exploration tenement in PNG’s Star Mountains, a day after it missed the deadline to exercise the 10-year-old option. 26 more words

Papua New Guinea

Stop thinking of Ramu-Nico as an Asian company - says PNG Oreo Cookie

Bismarck Ramu Group

I recall as a young student reading about Black Americans. As they were fighting for their rights in the USA some of them would sell out to the whites and tell their own black brothers & sisters to , in reality, obey their white masters. 687 more words

Papua New Guinea

Chan globetrotting puts Frieda back in the frame

Chan visits Laos mine

Post Courier

MINING Minister Byron Chan is in Laos to see PanAust’s operations at Phu Kham and Ban HouayxaHe was accompanied by Mineral Resource Authority acting managing director Philip Samar and Highlands Pacific chief executive, John Gooding. 330 more words

Papua New Guinea