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Fly River ‘gone'

Malum Nalu | The National aka The Loggers Times  

THE Fly River in Western “is gone” as a result of the massive damage to the environment caused by mining over the years, according to Environment and Conservation Minister John Pundari. 334 more words

Papua New Guinea

Kainantu LO’s calls on mining Minister to address issue

Post Courier

The Landowners of the Kainantu Gold Mine project area has called on the Mining Minster Byron Chan and Wera Mori to address issues in the project. 115 more words

Papua New Guinea

MRA to lift small-scale mining profile


Alluvial gold and silver generates revenue of over K300 million a year.

The majority of this goes directly to local miners, their families and the community. 210 more words

Papua New Guinea

Court stops PNGSDP from drawing money

Post Courier

PRIME Minister Peter O’Neill has welcomed a ruling by a Singapore Court judge stopping the PNG Sustainable Development Program (PNGSDP) from drawing money from the long term fund to pay for its operational expenditure. 376 more words

Papua New Guinea

Foreign mining industry cries foul over PNG asserting its independence

Is this the sort of ‘development’ we want in PNG?

“There’s even a local Brisbane school where kids send up all their used coloured pencils to those in PNG who have nothing.”

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Papua New Guinea

Mt Kare landowners call on govt to cancel exploration licence

kappa man

The previous results of the Indochine/Summit Land owner study does not accurately provide the cultural and traditional land owners of Mt Kare.

We the Incorporated Land Groups of our Mt Kare land area EL1093 have requested MRA and the PNG Government to cease any license renewal to this Indochine/Summit circus, and do not authorise any current PNG Government/PM to consent these 2 companies to our EL1093. 58 more words

Papua New Guinea

Gold Ridge in talks to hand mine back to Solomon Islands government

Australia Network News

Solomon Islands’ Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo says the Australian-operated Gold Ridge mine remains viable despite recent security concerns and mass lay offs. 469 more words