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Panguna mine protesters "not landowners"

Sebastian Hakalits | Post Courier | 22 June, 2017 

The Vice President of the Autonomous Bougainville Government Raymond Masono has expressed disgust at the action of those calling themselves hardliners that recently prevented the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA). 242 more words

Papua New Guinea

Bougainville protestors given two weeks for re-think

Radio New Zealand | 20 June, 2017

The government in the autonomous Papua New Guinea region of Bougainville says it has given people opposed to a possible re-opening of the Panguna copper mine two weeks to re-think their opposition. 224 more words

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Central Bougainville Women’s Group Against Mining

 Fabian Hakalits | EMTV | 17 June, 2017

A group of Central Bougainville protested against the proposed Memorandum of Agreement signing on Wednesday June 14. 231 more words

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Bougianville Chiefs prevent ABG from signing deal

PNG Loop | June 18, 2017

On Friday, women from the ‘Seven Sisters’ areas of Bougainville put up a strong roadblock at the Morgan Junction leading up to the Panguna Mine site. 363 more words

Papua New Guinea

BOUGAINVILLE: Landowner women protesters block mine pact, win court order

Panguna women landowner protesters — mothers from the mining affected areas and the women from Central Bougainville — have demanded the Autonomous Bougainville Government to properly address the Panguna Mine issue. 570 more words

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Bougainville Copper Limited's Panguna mine hits roadblock from protesters

CONTENT WARNING: Contains some very sloppy journalism with opinion presented as fact

Eric Tlozek | ABC | 17 June 2017

The push to reopen a controversial copper mine on the island of Bougainville has suffered a setback, with opposition groups stopping the region’s government from going to the mine site and signing a new agreement with landowners. 585 more words

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Women protest against Panguna reopening

Loop PNG | 15 June, 2017

Mothers in Central Bougainville yesterday protested against the reopening of the Panguna Mine.

The women, supported by youths, men and children, were disputing the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), proposed to take place in Panguna tomorrow (June 16), between the Autonomous Bougainville Government (ABG) and Panguna landowners. 353 more words

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