Gold mine clean-up to cost K9M

THE government will spend about K9 million to clean up toxic remains at the Sinivit gold-silver mine in East New Britain left behind by developer Canadian-Australian firm New Guinea Gold Corporation.

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Wera Mori

Environment Minister Wera Mori said the company left in 2014 without formally notifying the government, while New Guinea Gold said that it left because the government failed to renew its mining lease.