|MP calls for SoE in Porgera|
by HARLYNE JOKU, Postcourier
February 20th, 2009
LAGAIP-Porgera MP Phillip Kikala is calling for the NEC meeting in Wabag to impose a state of emergency in Porgera.
|Norway's sovereign wealth fund drops yet another mining investment; this time it's Barrick|
by Dorothy Kosich, Mineweb
February 2nd, 2009
A dispute over the riverine disposal methods utilized by Barrick's Porgera Mine in Papua New Guinea has prompted Norway's Ministry of Finance to drop Barrick from Norway's Government Pension Fund-Global investments, valued at $188.3 million.
|Is Gold the duddest of dud investments?|
February 2nd, 2009
Everyone is buying gold. The frantic pace with which people are buying gold have prompted some to comment that gold has lost value as a commodity. According to Merrill Lynch, gold is "the duddest of dud investments." Ever since the U.S. dollar went off the gold standard, gold has had no special value as a commodity, with only 280 tons going to industrial uses per year.
|Mining company excluded from the Government Pension Fund – Global due to contribution to serious environmental damage|
by Sakura Saunders, editor protestbarrick.net
January 30th, 2009
|Worst Companies in the World: US, Monsanto, Peabody and Barrick|
by Brenda Norrell, The Narcosphere
The United States was voted the Worst Company in the World, followed by Monsanto, Peabody Energy Corp. and Barrick Gold
|PNG: Landslide victims' families seek compo|
Sydney Morning Herald
December 10th, 2008
Relatives of 10 people killed in a landslide at a remote goldmine camp in Papua New Guinea want one million kina ($A500,000) in compensation from the mining company. "The camp site is a death trap. It was built at the wrong place," Beseo told PNG's Post-Courier newspaper.
|Barrick Says 10 People Killed in Papua New Guinea Mine Mudslide|
by Jesse Riseborough, Bloomberg
December 6th, 2008
Barrick Gold Corp., the world’s biggest gold producer, said 10 people died after a mudslide swept over an exploration camp near its Kainantu mine in Papua New Guinea on Dec. 4.
|Dangerous Duty in Papua New Guinea|
by Sakura Saunders, The Dominion
November 22nd, 2008
Community members get "the opposite of what was promised" from Barrick Gold
|US and Canada Found Guilty of Racism|
by Haider Rizvin, Inter Press Service
August 8th, 2008
UNITED NATIONS - The international community now fully recognises the native peoples' right to protect their lands and live distinct lifestyles. Yet, most of the world's 370 million indigenous peoples continue to face abuse and injustices at the hands of state authorities and commercial concerns.
|Meeting Crashers: Anti-mining activists confront shareholders at AGM|
by Veronica Islas, http://www.dominionpaper.ca/articles/1921
July 14th, 2008
It was the first time that Mexican Congressman Armando Barreiro, historian Juan Carlos Ruiz Guadalajara and hydraulic engineer Mario Martinez visited Toronto, but this trip was not a vacation.
|Barrick Gold’s Porgera mine in Papua New Guinea linked to grave human rights abuses, environmental impacts
May 12th, 2008
Indigenous leaders from Papua New Guinea travel to Canada to speak out about mine-related killings and severe impacts on their rivers, food security, and health.
Droits autochtones et déploiement
des transnationales minières|
Invités Sergio Campusano, Chef de la communauté autochtone Diaguita Huascoaltina, Chili
Neville « Chappy » Williams, Chef de la communauté autochtone Wiradjuri, Australia
Jethro Tulin, Représentant de la communauté autochtone Ipili, Papouasie Nouvelle Guinée
Participation spéciale William Sacher Co-auteur du livre Noir Canada : corruption, pillage et criminalité en Afrique
|Barrick Gold censors Indigenous Leaders' opposition to gold mining on their lands|
May 7th, 2008
A delegation of Indigenous leaders travelled around the world to attend the Barrick Gold Annual General Meeting in Toronto today. They came to vent their opposition to Barrick Gold's mining practices on their lands.
|ACTION ALERT: Protesters Demand Accountability Outside Barrick Gold's AGM|
May 6th, 2008
On 6 May protesters gathered outside Barrick Gold's Annual General Meeting to protest the companies destructive mining operations around the world.
|International Indigenous leaders attend Barrick Gold's Shareholder's meeting|
May 6th, 2008
Indigenous leaders from Papua New Guinea, Australia, and the United States traveled to Canada this week to attend the shareholders’ meeting of Barrick Gold. Here, they will make statements about Barrick's operations on their lands.
|7th United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, United Nations, New York
Agenda Item 4: Pacific/Human Rights
Joint submission by Friends of the Earth International on behalf of Akali Tange Association Inc. Pogera Enga Province, Papua New Guinea
in a joint intervention with Lake Cowal Mooka and Kalara United Families within the Wiradjuri Nation, Murray Darling Basin, Central new South Wales, Australia Western Shoshone Defence Project, Nevada, USA Laura Calm Wind, Kitchenuhmay Koosib Inninuwug, Canada Indigenous Peoples Links Centre for Organization Research and Education (CORE) Land is Life, Indigenous Environment Network (IEN)
|Govt Warns Public To Stay Away From Porgera Mine
by Alexander Rheeney in Port Moresby, The Pacfic Magazine
December 18th, 2007
The Papua New Guinea government has appealed to the public to keep away from the Porgera gold mine after security guards shot dead an alleged illegal miner.
|Landowners oppose sale of EL 1277|
by ZACHERY PER, The National (Papua New Guinea)
December 17th, 2007
THE sale of exploration licence (EL) 1277 in Henganofi district Eastern Highlands province to Barrick (PNG) Gold by Highlands Pacific Ltd (HPL) has been opposed by a landowner group.
|Barrick eyes intensified gold search|
by By FRANK ASAELI, The National
BARRICK Gold, owner-operator of the Porgera mine and the world’s largest gold mining company, plans to step up exploration for high-grade gold veins and copper-porphyry prospects in Papua New Guinea.
|Protest closes Porgera gold mine in PNG
by AAP, The Age
The giant Porgera gold mine in Papua New Guinea's Highlands has been forced to stop operations after local landowners blocked the access route to the mine. The Age sites the killing of illegal miners, but ProtestBarrick.net contact, Stanley Kaka of Porgera said that land owners were upset that their mining agreement hasn't been reviewed in 17 years. Now, he says that landowners are frustrated because "Barrick collected only few landowners and trying to review the mining agreement."