Barrick Once Again Ignores Human Rights Victims – Peaceful Protest Planned at Porgera Mine — Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

MiningWatch Canada In the highlands of Papua New Guinea, a grassroots human rights group living in the shadow of one of the world’s largest gold mines is once again raising the alarm on behalf of human rights victims of the mine. “Akali Tange Association Inc (ATA) has submitted 256 names of victims who have been […]

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Another MCC ‘tonnes of toxic chemical’ spill

Yet another toxic chemical spill has taken place at this Chinese-owned Ramu Nickel Mine in Madang Province and yet the Chinese at the mine tell the people ‘IT’S OK’. The biggest pipe at the acid pl…

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Foreign mining industry looks to future gains in PNG — Papua New Guinea Mine Watch

Oxford Business Group | 15 Jun 2016 The mining sector in Papua New Guinea is showing signs of an uptick after operations resumed at one of the country’s largest mines, with new and ongoing projects set to inject much-needed foreign exchange and employment into the economy. Indeed, revised forecasts for the development budget of the […]

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