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40 derajat

Panasnya siang ini sepanas hatiku.Ya, sama seperti judul di atas. Hari ini suhu di Tangerang mencapai 40 derajat celcius. Panas. Tidak tahu kapan hujan akan turun tapi yang pasti musim kemarau ini masih akan berjalan cukup lama. 201 more words


Momis wants a Chinese future for Bougainville

For a decade, Bougainville fought foreign exploitation so it could join the world of nations upright and proud and independent.

As the people began to build that dream in the aftermath of the war, President Momis was living in China building a different dream, one which would see Bougainville become a Chinese colony in everything but name. 328 more words

Papua New Guinea

Panguna mine: Minister seeks to clarify

Does Philip Miriori really represent the people of Panguna? There are many who are deeply suspicious of Philip and his motives. But the ABG is taking every opportunity to try and present their deal with him as signifying some sort of resolution with the whole Panguna region… 316 more words

Papua New Guinea

Bougainville: Mining just for the politicians and the elites

Torau Turangparu

The people who want mining are politicians and the elites. They have neither an economic plan nor a vision to sustain Bougainville once it becomes independent. 179 more words

Papua New Guinea

ABG still "very keen" on re-opening Panguna


Tom Kathoa | New Dawn

Whilst a negotiation on the future of the closed Panguna Copper Mine continues, the ABG Government is looking at the Agricultural Sector as its fall-back plan. 166 more words

Papua New Guinea

Tourism far better than mining for Bougainville: critic

Peterson Tseraha | PNG Loop

There is a call for the Autonomous Bougainville Government to put more into tourism and hospitality on Bougainville.

This would be the right approach instead of spending half the time talking and spending money on mining and mine negotiations, travelling in and out of Bougainville “wasting money’’. 256 more words

Papua New Guinea

The views, plans and recommendations of the Bougainville Hardliners

The Hardliners describe themselves as an organized group of Members of the Public, Women, Youth, Community Leaders, Concerned Citizens and Former Combatants who are opposed to mining on Bougainville. 1,384 more words

Papua New Guinea