OceanaGold and El Salvador

Scars of civil war still fresh in the country’s social landscape. After years of civil war El Salvador remains a fragile country both politically and economically. With a geographical territory a third the size of Tasmania, a population of 6.2 million and scare water resources, the co
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Bouganville against mine

OPPOSITION to re-opening of the mine at Panguna by the Autonomous Bougainville Government is slowly gaining momentum in Central Bougainville. Many community leaders feel that this is not the time to talk about mining. Meanwhile, the ABG has been asked to consider other industries toge
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NT miners fined for desecrating Aboriginal site

A mining company has been convicted and fined over the desecration of an Aboriginal sacred site in the Northern Territory in a historic ruling.In a landmark case, a mining company has been fined for desecrating an Aboriginal sacred site in the Northern Territory. The Darwin Magistrate
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Gavin addresses the community at Galawau

Mining in the Morobe Province of Papua New Guinea: Status, Issues and Prospects

Mining in the Morobe Province of Papua New Guinea: Status, Issues and Prospects Dr Gavin Mudd (Chair, MPI), June 2012 The Morobe Province of Papua New Guinea is an old gold field – where mining dates back almost a century and still continues. The community are therefore no strangers t
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