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Constitutional Commission calls for ban on river and marine waste dumping



The Constitutional and Law Reform Commission is pushing for a ban on deep sea and river tailings placement in Papua New Guinea. 375 more words

Papua New Guinea

Small scale mining workshop for Bougainvilleans

Jennifer Nkui | New Dawn

Small scale mining for gold has become a big industry in Bougainville and is a source of income for thousands of people. 254 more words

Papua New Guinea

ABG to make another attempt to pass controversial new Mining Law


Jennifer Nkui | New Dawn 

The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Andrew Miriki today issued a notice calling the House to meet on August 6, 2014. 153 more words

Papua New Guinea

MRA hands out World Bank lollipops

12 PNG Women Groups Impacted By Mining To Receive Grants
National Gov and World Bank Funds for a range small enterprises


Twelve women associations and groups in mine impacted communities in the country have been selected to receive government grants worth over K1m [$US400,000]. 414 more words

Papua New Guinea

The Pacific History they don't teach at school...

… because they want us to be dependent on their mining, logging and oil and gas companies.

… because they don’t want us to stay true to our own Pacific Ways. 171 more words

Environmental Impact

Why Bel Kol with BCL is not well received by local people of Bougainville


The Panguna Landowners Association executives and stakeholders have been blowing the Bel Kol with Bougainville Copper Limited (BCL) trumpet over the past weeks creating awareness’s in and around Central Bougainville. 435 more words

Papua New Guinea

Companies circle Bougainville like vultures – waiting for the natural resource bonanza

PNG Exposed and PNG Blogs

In what seems a relentless cycle of resource companies lining up to take a bite out of Bougainville, on Monday Nevis Capital Corporation purchased a 50% stake in Tall J (PNG) Ltd  662 more words

Papua New Guinea