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Panguna dispute: Bougainville threatens to cancel Bougainville Copper licence over mining row

Eric Tlozek | ABC News | 31 August 2016

The Autonomous Region of Bougainville is engaged in a new struggle with the Papua New Guinean Government over the ownership of the island’s controversial Panguna copper mine. 654 more words

Papua New Guinea

Session 1: ABGs, Ventilators, and ARDS

Session 1 Arterial blood gasses, Acute respiratory distress syndrome, and Mechanical ventilation.

Arterial Blood gasses and the acid base balance.

  • 20:1 ratio is the ratio of Base(Sodium bicarbonate) to acid (carbonic acid) in the body…
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Rio Tinto exit from Bougainville and Panguna landowners

Editorial note: 

1.  Contrary to claims in the below story, research conducted in the mine affected region during 2014 found that:
     – there was widespread opposition to mining in general, and Rio Tinto’s return in particular. 1,424 more words

Papua New Guinea

Bougainville's Me'ekamui dismiss Rio share spat - Full Transcript

Dateline Pacific | Radio New Zealand | 26 August 2016

The leader of Bougainville’s Me’ekamui rebel group, Chris Uma, says the spat over shares in Bougainville Copper Ltd, BCL, is of no consequence. 803 more words

Papua New Guinea

Bougainville's Me'ekamui dismisses share spat

Radio New Zealand | 26 August 2016

The leader of Bougainville’s Me-ekamui rebel group, Chris Uma, says the spat over shares in Bougainville Copper Ltd (BCL) is of no consequence. 249 more words

Papua New Guinea

What is stopping Papua New Guinea’s Panguna mine from re-opening?

The Autonomous Bougainville Government wants to put the operation of the giant Panguna copper mine out to international tender as soon as possible, President John Momis tells  693 more words

Papua New Guinea

Panguna decision undermines Bougainville autonomy says Momis

“ Prime Minister, the reasons for your decision on the equity suggest that you believe that you know better than the ABG about Bougainville’s mining policy needs. 795 more words

Papua New Guinea