MINING processing consultancy Gekko Systems has been named winner of the Australian Export Awards in
THE World Health Organisation has issued a new series of recommendations to improve quality of antenatal
PRIME Minister Peter O’Neill says Facebook has become a tool of disruption in some societies, and questioned
A STRONGER US dollar means that there is still room for gold to slide down from its current level of
THE Trump factor has set the diversified miners into a spin in the belief that infrastructure spending
SATELLITE communications firm SpeedCast has entered into a service agreement to provide field engineering
GOLD futures rose to $US1269.90 an ounce yesterday and the oil price also climbed 2.5% before the third
STATISTICS from the World Health Organisation’s Global Tuberculosis Report for 2016 suggest that the
PAPUA New Guinea is currently ranked number seven in the world when it comes to global diving destinations.
THE biggest mining news of the week was the suspension of nickel mines by the Philippines government,
ZINC was the big mover on the London Metal Exchange this week, rising by 2.3% to $US2288 per tonne.
WHEN it comes to the World Economic Forum’s Happy Planet Index (HPI), the island nation of Vanuatu is
FORMER Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Sir Michael Somare has denied claims made in Singapore State Court
THE Minerals Education Coalition of the US Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration has published
IT was another slow week for metal prices, with nickel dropping back below $US10,000/t.
NIDO Petroleum managing director Dr Michael Fisher told PNG Industry News the company’s debts were an
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