Rowan Callick | The Australian
OK TEDI Mining has reported a collapse in profits — from $519 million in 2012 to $19m last year — since the Papua New Guinea government took over the firm. 298 more words
There will be no action to revoke illegal SABL leases while Forest Minister Patrick Pruaitch remains in charge of the Prime Minister’s response to the huge land grab. 660 more words
Tugiri Reida | PNG Blogs
The government of PNG has demonstrated that it is incapable of safeguarding the funds of Non CMCA villages’(South Fly affected villages who didn’t sign the CMCA Agreement) being part of the compensation moneys paid by BHP/Oktedi, as a direct result of the Court case in Melbourne by Fly River Landowners. 2,225 more words
Peter O’Neill’s handling of the illegal SABL land grab shows he is impotent in the face of Malaysian logging company control of PNG politicians and officials. 465 more words
Here is how Bougainville Copper opens its preliminary annual report released last week:
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“The historic visit in January 2014 to previous no go areas on mainland Bougainville by PNG Prime Minister Peter O’Neill, the first by a serving Prime Minister in fifteen years, has generated a wave of conciliatory sentiment among many stakeholder groupings previously unwilling to declare an end to long held hostilities”.
A leaflet from Peter O’Neill who is running as an Independent candidate in Ballyfermot Drimnagh for a seat on Dublin City Council.
He is on… 11 more words