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NEC okays revised deal for Tolukuma mine

Press Release | PNG Loop

The National Executive Council has approved the revised Memorandum of Agreement on the Tolukuma Gold Mine along with the outcomes of its negotiations. 219 more words

Papua New Guinea

in preparation, Dublin Gothic, Peter O'Neill, 2015

Dublin Gothic, Peter O’Neill, Kilmog Press, 2015, sectional cover, paper, card and cloth over board, letterpress printed labels, title page, 72 pages, hand sewn and bound, laser printed stock, edition of 40 numbered copies, available late March 2015, $NZ 35.00… 209 more words

PNG govt ordered to stop interfering in SDP

Radio New Zealand

The International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes has ordered Papua New Guinea’s government to stop interfering in the management of PNG Sustainable Development Program. 123 more words

Papua New Guinea

Ok Tedi LOs: Government didn’t consult with us first

Post Courier

THE clan leaders and chiefs of Faiwolmin Association Incorporated representing six mine villages and the entire Faiwolmin tribe have refuted claims made by the national Government that they were consulted in the new shares distribution in Ok Tedi Mine. 214 more words

Papua New Guinea

PM gives third of Ok Tedi to Western Province

Radio New Zealand

The Papua New Guinea prime minister, Peter O’Neill, says the people of Western Province are to be given one third ownership in Ok Tedi Mine Ltd. 147 more words

Papua New Guinea

Momis fumes over O'Neill's Panguna promises : STAY OUT

The National aka The Loggers Times

The Autonomous Bougainville Government (ABG) has warned the O’Neill Government against controlling mining on Bougainville. President John Momis said the idea of the National Government anywhere else in Bougainville was “completely unacceptable”. 380 more words

Papua New Guinea

Government blindly pursuing a failed model of development

Even the United Nations has warned more mining activity in PNG will NOT improve the lives of ordinary people – but Byron Chan and the O’Neill government don’t care. 420 more words

Papua New Guinea