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Government admits agencies failed in Sinivit disaster

Papua New Guinea government agencies prove once again they lack the resources and skills and professionalism needed to manage large-scale mining. As a result foreign mining companies are able to operate with complete impunity and local communities suffer the consequences… 254 more words

Papua New Guinea

DEC responds to complaints after deer euthanized in Washington County neighborhood

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has issued a statement about its decision to euthanize a local deer after receiving complaints. 465 more words


'Lives at risk' at Sinivit mine

Officer urges bodies to fast-track processes on environmental issues 

The National aka The Loggers Times

STATE agencies dealing with environmental issues from the Sinivit Mine in East New Britain are urged to fast-track processes and address them promptly as people’s lives were at risk. 398 more words

Papua New Guinea

A night of testing the new older LX200

Spent a few hours earlier in the week spotting a few object in the light polluted area of Kingston Park. Some minor adjustments to be made to sort out some of the backlash on the DEC motor – to stick on the to-do list. 65 more words

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Interview with Liza Loop by Jon Cappetta

Interview with Liza Loop: Q and A*

Jon Cappetta: What do you think sparked your interest in computers?


Liza: For starters, computers aren’t the focus of my interest – people are. 5,054 more words


Watut Union wants more time for Environment Consultation

DEC only allowing 28 days for community submissions

DEC has not given communities copies of the proposed environmental plan

Previous payments for environmental damage as low as K4 and K11 per family  309 more words

Papua New Guinea

Saturday Night Takeaway's Supercomputer to visit thecentre:mk

Milton Keynes shopping complex, thecentre:mk will play host to popular television show Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.

The hit show, hosted by multi National Television Award winners Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly offers viewers the chance to win a “once in a lifetime trip to New York” by submitting short video footage of their hidden talents via the Supercomputer. 64 more words