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Momis eager to start negotiations with Rio Tinto

Never mind the war crimes, President of Bougainville, John Momis, wants Rio Tinto back. Photo: RNZI

Bougainville ready to start talking mining

Radio New Zealand via PNG Mine Watch

If Bougainville's caretaker president John Momis is re-elected in next month's elections his government will immediately begin discussions on re-opening the Panguna mine.

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Government should not shift the blame on SABL Land Grab

It has been 655 days since Prime Minister Peter O’Neill was informed the SABLs were unlawful and should be cancelled. But instead of taking action to reverse the illegal land grab the government is now blaming landowners for creating the problem and claiming it has to defend the interests of foreign logging companies.

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Which way Big man? – Are we passing the buck?

Photo credit: Greenpeace

Today’s PNGFM Maus Wara Show - SABL

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Sweep team continues without funding

Sam Koim, Head of Task Force Sweep. Picture Source: PNG Loop

Source: The National

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Will EITI improve mining outcomes - or is it just more corporate greenwashing?

The mine pit, Ok Tedi, PNG

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Leaders use their disgust of misuse of funds and corruption to empower change in their communities

More than eighty members from the local group Tropical Gem in Madang attended a ‘story session’ capacitating the depth of Papua New Guinea’s (PNG) Development History Model dating back 50, 000 years ago.

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Ioro people fed up with contentious mining debate on Bougainville


Source: Bougainville Special Correspondent via PNG Minewatch

The Ioro constituency covers the entire Panguna area and has its administrative borders at Kieta, Bana and Torokina. On a recent occasion a few weeks ago, chiefs, clan leaders, and other respected leaders and public servants in Ioro convened in a rare event to look at potential leaders who will represent them.

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Finance Department Commission of Inquiry 5th Birthday Bash hosted by Act NOW!

March 5th 2015 marked 5 years since the Finance Department Commissiob of Inquiry Report was tabled in Parliament. Up until now, this report has not been implemented. The report shows 58 pubic servants, lawyers and bureaucrats were implicated and yet nothing has been done to arrest them or recover the stolen K780 million. These thieves are freely living high both in PNG and abroad on the expanse of tax payers hard earned money.

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Sovereign Wealth Fund: Get involved and have your say

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TIPNG Reveals Data Collection On Corruption

Source: PNG Facts

Transparency International Papua New Guina (TIPNG) has revealed that INDIVIDUAL CITIZENS who entertain CORRUPT practises within their officers and schools remain the BIGGEST impediments towards DEVELOPMENT at all levels. 

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