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210618MOMIS ON CHOOSING FUTURE LEADERS
New Dawn FM News
The ABG President Chief DR. JOHN MOMIS says Bougainville must be selective when choosing leaders to serve them.
He said leader must not serve themselves and their friends and families and completely forget the rest of the population.
President MOMIS made these remarks live on New Dawn FM this afternoon when sending condolences to the families and relatives of the two leaders, the late LEO HANNET and the late MICHAEL LAIMO who passed on this week.
He said the work of leaders is not to go look for job get money to serve themselves.
It is important at this testing time as we approach the referendum for Bougainville for the people to decide the future status of Bougainville to be strong and avoid activities that can derail the peace process when we are just about to complete the journey that we all have suffered and died to achieve.
210618ANOTHER BOUGAINVILLE LEADER ORBITS
New Dawn FM News
Reports from Buin is that the former National Member for South Bougainville and Minister for Education, MICHAEL LAIMO passed on at his village today.
The ABG President, Chief DR. JOHN MOMIS when confirming the report said he would be sending his condolence to the family and relatives of the late MICHAEL LAIMO .
He said that he was sad another leader has passed on in a short space of time.
Last week the former Premier for Bougainville, the late LEO HANNET Passed away at the Port Moresby General Hospital.
210618HUTJENA SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS SENT HOME DUE TO WATER
New Dawn FM News
The secretary for the Bougainville Education Department, DR JUSTIN KEHATSIN says that the students of Hutjena Secondary School were recently sent home because the School had serious water and sanitation problem.
He told New Dawn FM today that this was caused by the continuous power black outs and also their pump had developed mechanical problems.
DR. KEHATSIN said the School will resume classes once these problems have been fixed.
He also called on the parents of students to control them when they are at home and prepare them to return when the school has fixed the problem.
210618KIETA LEADERS WANT BODY OF LATE HANNET IN ARAWA
New Dawn FM News
Kieta leaders today called for the body of the late LEO HANNET to be taken to Buin and Arawa before going to Buka and Nissan for his final resting place.
The former chairman of the Central Bougainville Council of Elders, JOHN DONA called New Dawn FM from Arawa that the late LEO HANNET is the last of our former leaders and must be respected by the people of Bougainville.
MR. DONA said that the people of Central Bougainville want to pay their last respect for their hero and want his body to be taken to Arawa.
He also sent his condolences to the family and relatives of the Late LEO HANNET and thanked him for fighting for Bougainville over the years.
Meanwhile, the body of the Late LEO HANNET will be brought to Buka next week for a funeral service to be done at Hahela Parish before he is taken home in Nissan to his final resting place.
210618MOMIS ON LEADERS PASSING
New Dawn FM News
ABG President Chief DR.JOHN MOMIS today sent his condolence to the family and relatives of the late MICHAEL LAIMO who passed on at his home in Buin today.
Speaking on New Dawn FM this afternoon, President MOMIS praised the effort of the two leaders the late LEO HANNET who passed away last Friday in Port Moresby and the late MICHAEL LAIMO who passed away today, President Momis said that the two leaders served under the North Solomons Provincial Government and late as members of the National Parliament.
The late LEO HANNET also became a member of the Autonomous Bougainville Government.
MR. MOMIS said that the two leaders set examples as leaders and as men of principle who served the people of Bougainville with honesty and integrity.
The President said that two leaders who were committed members to make laws and policies to help the people of Bougainville and not just their few friends and families.
He said that the leaders demonstrated their capabilities and commitment during their term in parliament and not just went there for money to help themselves.
The ABG President said that today is a sad day for Bougainville as the people mourn these two leaders of Bougainville.
President also send his condolences to the families and relatives of the two leaders the late LEO HANNET and the late MICHAEL LAIMO may their souls rest in eternal peace.
A manuscript written almost ten years ago has been selected as the winner of the Dusty Manuscript Contest; a Prize organized for budding Nigerian writers. Written by Kukogho Iruesiri Samson, the winning manuscript, titled Devils Pawn clinched the top prize ahead of The Orchid Protocol by Onoche Emeka Onyekwena andThe Other Side of Truth by 
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Thanks to everyone who commented on the first twelve chapters of my book-in-progress, Economics in Two Lessons.
Heres a draft of Chapter 13 on Redistribution
Comments, criticism and praise are welcome.
Earlier draft chapters are available. These arent final versions, as I am now editing the entire manuscript, but you can read them to see where the book is coming from.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ao6s4jaejbrzap1/QuigginChapter1Revised.pdf?dl=0>Chapter 1: What is opportunity cost?
https://www.dropbox.com/s/r1k8iqcpeboosbh/QuigginChapter2Revised.pdf?dl=0>Chapter 2: Markets, opportunity cost and equilibrium
https://www.dropbox.com/s/x4umnbwj4kmihd6/QuigginChapter3Revised.pdf?dl=0>Chapter 3:Time, information and uncertainty
https://www.dropbox.com/s/s2fkdwmbmje6fdo/QuigginChapter4Draft.pdf?dl=0>Chapter 4:Lesson 1: Applications.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/pmml30mkozzj9j5/QuigginChapter5Draft.pdf?dl=0>Chapter 5: Lesson 1 and economic policy.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/44bvl01adcv2fte/QuigginChapter6Draft.pdf?dl=0>Chapter 6: The opportunity cost of destruction
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbul
has announced that Vanuatu Prime Minister Charlot Salwai
Tabimasmas, will visit Australia from 23 to 29 June.
Australia enjoys a close relationship with Vanuatu, with our two nations sharing strong economic, security and people to people links.
The visit will provide an opportunity for Australia and Vanuatu to enhance our strategic partnership and deepen our economic and security cooperation, he said.
Discussions will focus on opportunities to increase bilateral trade and investment. In line with existing areas of cooperation, leaders will also discuss bilateral cooperation on labour mobility, policing and cyber security.
The visit will provide an opportunity to discuss shared regional challenges, such as climate change and transnational crime.
We are committed to stepping up our engagement in the Pacific in support of a stable and prosperous region. As Vanuatus largest bilateral aid donor, we invest approximately $69 million in development assistance annually.
Our cooperation focuses on supporting economic governance, infrastructure, education health, law and justice, Turnbull said in a statement.
Prime Minister Salwai will be accompanied by Marie-Justine Salwai and will travel to Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane as part of the visit.
Indonesia has criticised the United Nations
High Commissioner for Human Rights, saying that his regional office
in Bangkok should first coordinate with the government before
sending a mission to Papua, instead of demanding immediate
"It is deeply regrettable that the staff members of his regional office in Bangkok, instead of coordinating the planned visit with Indonesian authorities, have unilaterally set the dates and areas to visit in Papua and West Papua, while demanding immediate access, Hasan Kleib, Indonesia's permanent representative to the United Nations in Geneva, said in a statement on Tuesday.
The statement, delivered during a general debate session at the United Nations in Geneva, came in response to a remark by UN human rights chief Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, who said the government's invitation to his office to visit Indonesia's easternmost provinces had not yet materialised.
In Indonesia, I am concerned that despite positive engagement by the authorities in many respects, the government's invitation to my office to visit Papua which was made during my visit in February has still not been honoured, Zeid said during the 38th session of the Human Rights Council on Monday.
During his three-day visit to Indonesia in February, Zeid expressed concern over the excessive use of force by Indonesian security forces, harassment, arbitrary arrests and detentions in Papua. He was in the country at the time to meet with government officials, who invited his office to visit the country's poorest region.
According to Hasan, the UN human rights chief informed the Indonesian government that his regional office in Bangkok would represent him on the visit.
In a follow-up, Hasan said staff of the regional office misleadingly acted as if a mutually agreed schedule was already in place for the visit, but that the Indonesian government had yet to grant them access. He added that this conduct was deplorable.
Hasan said Indonesia is still committed to invite Zeid or his office to visit Papua but asserted that the regional office in Bangkok must respect the principles of consent by the host government in the future.
For years, political grievances and an active independence movement in Papua have generated headlines, in spite of the government's focus on economic development to improve the situation.
In a report published in November last year, the Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict said Papua has suffered human rights violations in the past, whi...
The Papua New Guinea Government and Business delegation, headed by the Prime Minister, Hon. Peter ONeill CMG MP, was accorded full ceremonial honours by the Government of China on their arrival in Beijing overnight.
Prime Minister ONeill, Mrs Lynda Babao-ONeill, senior Government Ministers and Members of Parliament, together with a delegation of senior business representatives, now begin a series of engagements that includes bilateral meetings with the Premier and President of China, and current and potential Chinese investors.
Papua New Guinea must reach out and engage with our foreign partners so we can increase trade, stimulate business and create new jobs, the Prime Minister said.
China is now the second largest economy in the world and has enormous market potential for our exports.
This includes exports of oil and gas, but now that we are broadening our own economic base in areas such as agriculture and tourism, we can attract future business from China.
This is important for current economic growth, and even more important, the economy opportunities we are creating for our children and future generations.
National Geographic listed #lebanon as one of the top destinations this summer. The list contains the likes of Iceland, Southern Indonesia, Masai Mara, Mongolia and aPapua New Guinea.
Heres what the article said about Lebanon:
Check out the full list [here].
Media Release It is worrying that the latest death on Nauru and the circumstances relating to this event have not been broadcast by the ABC*. Have these events become too commonplace or is the national broadcaster underfunded? Perhaps parts of the ABC (and all its editors) have already been sold. The ABC was informed of
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Post Courier | June 20, 2018
THREE principal landowner groups of the Wafi-Golpu project in Morobe Province have clarified their position over the controversy surrounding a new association claiming to represent the interest of the project landowners.
The leaders of Hengambu Landowners Association, Yanta Development Association, and Babuaf Landowners Association met last week to address the issue.
The leaders said in a joint statement that the new association created by certain individuals (named) from one of the principal landowner villages and outsiders do not represent the interest of the principal landowner associations and the people the associations represent.
The leaders said the new association was formed by people from outside of the Wafi-Golpu special mining lease area.
They said the association which calls itself Wafi-Golpu Area Landowners Association and business entity Wafi-Golpu Holdings Limited were misleading the p...
According to a recent report created for the Prince of Wales Sustainability Institute, there are now more than 470 companies with commitments to ensure their company is not linked to deforestation. These are commonly known as Zero Deforestation Policies (ZDPs). With increased small-scale deforestation in Amazonia, approximately 4,000 hectares recently cleared in Indonesian Papua for palm development, and increasing pressure on forests in Sub-Saharan Africa attributed to palm oil expansion, it is clear these policies are not (yet) having their intended impact. A recent investigation into the role of commercial, company, personal, and environmental values in ZDPs explores a less frequently considered contributing factor to why this is the case: the values of the corporate decision-makers who are responsible for implementing ZDPs. Why look at the role of values in ZDPs? Because there is a mismatch between rate of forest loss and pace of policy, regulation, and technological developments to protect forests, and this discrepancy suggests it is worthwhile to consider more fundamental drivers of change in order to end deforestation. Values, commonly defined as the metrics we use to choose and rationalize actions and to appraise people and events, might be just such a fundamental driver. Often-cited policy tools such as national forest preservation laws and reforestation programs, the UNs REDD+ program, and laws to minimize illegal logging are slow, according to a 2017 study, and non-binding with limited impact, as a 2014 study found. Even when the policy, legislation, or regulation mechanism to stop deforestation is sound, effective
DURRIE BOUSCAREN | National Public Radio (USA)
GOROKA - The women are mostly in their early 20s. They have children at home. Selling betel nut an addictive, natural chew to passers-by in mountain towns of Papua New Guinea is a good way to earn a living.
But the extra income sometimes comes at a heavy price: violent beatings by their spouses. Two out of three women in Papua New Guinea experience abuse at the hands of an intimate partner at least once in their lifetime, according to the World Health Organization and aid groups.
Betel nut sellers in Goroka, the main city in the Eastern Highlands, say physical violence is particularly common in their marriages.
"If I give him my earnings, he leaves me alone," says Mala, 20, who sells betel nut and other goods in Goroka. She's talking about the man she married when she was 12.
"But if I refuse and argue that I am sitting in the sun and working hard to earn an income, he gets angry and hits me," she adds. Like other women interviewed, she asked to be identified only by her first name for privacy and out of fear of her husband.
A dirt road near the Goroka airport leads to a squatter settlement down the hill. Dozens of women preside over stacks of vegetables on blankets or sell fried eggs out of big plastic containers. About 80 percent of Papua New Guineans participate in the informal economy, but betel nut sellers say they're often singled out by authorities and fined for making sales in the street. They are also harassed by criminal raskol gangs, who demand free cigarettes.
Betel nut is the pit of the walnut-sized fruit of an areca palm tree. In Tok Pisin, one of the major national languages, it is called buai. The nut is chewed throughout the Pacific islands for a high similar to nicotine, and about as addictive. It is also carcinogenic and is believed to contribute to Papua New Guinea's high rate of mouth cancer, the most common type of cancer in the country.
In the h...
SYDNEY - In the 1960s and 1970s there was only once place to be in Port Moresby on Friday night, well during the footie season anyway.
The place was the Papuan Rugby League ground in Boroko, play starting with Reserve Grade at six followed by A Grade at nine, usually finishing around 10.30 which gave most club members four or five hours to get well lubricated.
Although there were only five A Grade clubs the standard of play was high and supporters very committed to their teams. As the consumption of alcohol escalated, so did the noise of barracking.
But, as tough and skilled as were the games, the real action took place after the final whistle of A Grade. The downstairs area of the club became a venue for Games Night, each club taking it in turn to run the events which were a valuable source of funds.
The games included Under and Overs, Crown and Anchor and, later in the evening, Two Up. As you would expect, the mix of alcohol, parochialism and gambling created a heady atmosphere although ever vigilant club officials made sure fights rarely occurred within the gambling area. After all, if things got out of hand, they could lose a lot of money and the revenue from these nights was essential. (Rugby League in PNG was professional even in those days.)
Out in the car park, however, things sometimes got out of hand and drunken brawls were fairly common though generally quickly contained.
The last thing the PRL wanted was to attract the attention of the police, who generally turned a blind eye to the gambling but would clamp down if the fighting got too bad.
The players were a mixed bunch. Many came to PNG mainly to play league, lured by job offers and lucrative match payments. Then theyd stay on for years, often after their playing careers ended.
Their expertise added greatly to the quality of the game in PNG and many also contributed in other areas. However others were short termers, some of dubious backgrounds.
For a while, unti...
TUMBY BAY Its often thought that the patrol officer system was unique to Papua New Guinea but similar systems existed in different parts of the world, especially in African colonies administered by the British.
There was also a patrol officer system in Dutch New Guinea before the Indonesians took over.
And patrol officers also worked in remote parts of Australia amongst our indigenous people.
The patrol officers in Australia were mostly employed by the Commonwealth Government in the Northern Territory but a few states also had their own patrol officers.
Quite a few of them trained alongside kiaps going to Papua New Guinea at the Australian School of Pacific Administration in Sydney and some of them switched between the Australian and Papua New Guinean services.
In Australia they were mainly active in the remote areas of the Northern Territory, Western Australia and South Australia, particularly where there were large Aboriginal reserves.
One of their most significant roles occurred in South Australia and Western Australia during the British atomic bomb tests of the 1950s and later at Woomera and Maralinga during the rocket testing programs of the 1960s.
Two men stand out during this period, Patrol Officers Walter MacDougall and Bob Macaulay.
Walter MacDougall was appointed in 1947. He was an impressive figure, standing 1.9 metres tall with red hair, craggy face and eyes of bright transparent blue that would blaze when he was upset.
One hand had been disfigured when he blew off a thumb and forefinger in an accident with a Winchester rifle.
Macaulay, who was appointed in 1956, was dark haired and shorter with a studied manner and a seemingly inexhaustible patience. He had come to the job upon the recommendation of Professor AP Elkin of Sydney University, under whom he had completed an honours degree in anthropology.
Their patrol area was more than a million square kilometres and patrols often covered 1,500 kilometres a week. Both we...
Indonesia Shuts Out UN Rights Chief From Papua
No Follow-Up to Official Invitation to Troubled Region
What is the Indonesian government hiding in Papua?
Deputy Director, Asia Division
Thats the question raised by the governments seeming refusal to make good on an official invitation promised to the United Nations high commissioner for human rights, Zeid Raad Al Hussein, to visit Papua and West Papua provinces (collectively referred to as Papua).
On Monday, Zeid issued a statement saying he is concerned that despite positive engagement by the authorities in many respects, the Governments invitation to my Office to visit Papua which was made during my visit in February has still not been honoured.
The Indonesian governments apparent unwillingness to allow Zeid to investigate human rights conditions in Papua should come as no surprise. Indonesian authorities have consistently blocked foreign journalists and rights monitors from visiting Papua. Those restrictions defy an announcement made in 2015 by Indonesias President Joko Widodo popularly known as Jokowi that accredited foreign media would have unimpeded access to Papua. The decades-old access restrictionson Papua are rooted in government suspicion of the motives of foreign nationals for reporting on the region, which is troubled by a small-scale pro-independence insurgency, widespread corruption, environmental degradation, and public dissatisfaction with Jakarta. Security forces are rarely held to account for abuses against critics of the government, including the killing of peaceful protesters.
The limbo of Zeids Papua invitation has dampened hopes raised in March 2017, after the government allowed a UN health expert to make a two-day official visit to Papua, that Indonesia would end its reflexive prohibition on travel to the region by foreign human rights monitors. Instead, Zeids experience is reminiscent of 2013, when then-UN independent expert on freedom of expression, Frank La Rue, was blocked from visiting Indonesia. Diplomatic sources in Geneva told La Rue that t...
200618BOUGAINVILLE FAREWELLS DAVID LAMBOURNE
New Dawn FM News
The ABG Law and Justice sector today farewelled DAVID LAMBOURNE who worked as a legal advisor to the Law and Justice Department from 2014.
He was officially farewelled last night at the KUKUL Beach Club where presents and speeches were made.
Today, before he boarded the Air Niugini flight to Port Moresby, the ABG President Chief DR.JOHN MOMIS presented an Award for his distinguished services to the Government of Bougainville.
In his farewell remarks, President Momis thanked him for helping Bougainville and wished him well in his new job in another Pacific state the republic of KIRIBATI.
President Momis said that Bougainville was privileged to have MR. LAMBOURNE as advisor in which new Bougainville lawyers have been supported to gain experiences in the Law and sector.
Meanwhile, MR. LAMBOURNE also said that he was also happy to have gained some experience whilst working in the Bougainville.
200618JTT READY FOR JSB ARAWA MEET
New Dawn FM News
The Joint Technical Team that prepare agendas for the JSB has recommended 39 recommendations to be put to the PNG Prime Minister, PETER ONIEL and ABG President CHIEF DR. JOHN MOMIS at the next Joint Supervisory Body (JSB) meeting confirmed for 28-29 June in Arawa.
The recommendations cover wide range of issues under the Bougainville Peace Agreement including referendum and post referendum issues, fisheries, outstanding grants owed to Bougainville, weapons disposal and border control.
These 39 recommendations will support the JSB to be a more effective forum for progressing referendum preparations and resolution of issues between the two governments under the Bougainville Peace Agreement.
200618POWER LOAD SHEDDING
New Dawn FM News
Power consumers have been advised that PNG Power will be carrying out emergency four hourly load shedding as of tomorrow until further notice.
This load shedding is because the PNG Power house is short of fuel to run its generators.
The power load switching will be as follows,
1, Sub Station Nine at Paddock will be switched off at 0800hours and power will be restored at 12Midday.
2,Sub station DOF at MALABOLO/HIGHWAY will be off at 0830 hours and will come on at 1230 hours.
3, Substation DOF at MOTMOTO/KOKOPAU and Ramazon line will be switched off at 0900 hours and and should be restored by 1300 hours.
4, SS 6 at the Buka market will go off at 0930 hours and power should come on at 1330 hours.
5, SS 7 at RABANZ will go off at 1000hrs and should be back by 1400hours.
6, SS2 at the Buka airport will be switched off at 1300 hours and power should be restored by 1700hours.
PNG Power advises the general public that the scheduled switching is subject to change without notice.
200618NAMES NOT ON THE URBAN COMMON ROLL
New Dawn FM News
Many voters were turned away today at the Buka urban Community government election in Buka town because their names were not on the common roll.
According to one senior staff from the Office of the Bougainville Electoral Commission this is due to many voters not enrolling for the urban community government election.
He said one could be that their names were under Tsitalato Community Government and never transferred to the Buka urban council common roll.
The officer said those who do not have any names cannot vote in the urban community government election.
Meanwhile, Some people complained that if the Electoral Commission cannot register names on the small community government election roll how will they register all Bougainvilleans to vote at next years referendum.
200618 23 URBAN COMMUNITY GOVERNMENT WARDS POLLING
New Dawn FM News
TWENTY THREE Urban Community Government wards are having polling this week for the four Urban Community Governments on Bougainville.
They are Arawa with six wards, ARAWA ONE TO SIX, Buin with Six wards, Buin North East, Buin North West,Buin town East, Buin Town West,Buin North and Buin South.
Kokopau with five wards,Munanga,Manob,Bonus, Kokopau town and Patuna.
Buka with six wards,Hutjena,Kubu/Hahela,Ieta/Airport,Ieta,Buka town and Sohano island.
According to the polling schedule, Polling in all centres started yesterday and will end tomorrow.
And counting will start after polling and the seats will be declared.
New Dawn FM understands that two seats within Buka urban have been declared due to the candidates standing unchallenged.
There is no excuse for a few individuals
acting in way that is a national disgrace"
The Prime Minister, Hon. Peter ONeill CMG MP, has demonstrated the importance of meeting a challenge head-on when he visited Mendi, in Southern Highlands Province today.
After several days of unrest in Mendi town, followed by the Prime Minister working with parties to restore calm, it was important that he speak directly with the people.
The Prime Minister called on all people in the Southern Highlands Province to show respect for the law.
There is no excuse for a few individuals acting in way that is a national disgrace.
We cannot change what happened, but we can all take charge of the future.
The State of Emergency Controller has been appointed, and he is taking control and will enforce law and order in the Province.
PM ONeill said the people of the Southern Highlands have raised concerns with him and these will be properly followed up.
I have listened to the concerns relating the Electoral Commissioner in regards to the conduct of the election for the Southern Highlands Regional seat.
Leaders have given me their views and I will see to it that these claims are properly heard.
The crowd of around 5,000 was calm and relatively relaxed considering the past weeks tension, and all the leaders who spoke welcomed the presence of the Prime Minister.
Adex was suspended by the QRL Judiciary for two matches. That means he will miss this weekends Pacific Test and the next SP Hunters game,
The PNG LNG Kumuls preparation for this Saturdays Pacific Test against Fiji Batis was dealt another blow today when fullback Adex Wera was suspended by the Queensland Rugby League (QRL) judiciary for two matches. This follows the withdrawal of Nene McDonald by the St George Illawarra Dragons medical team for a shoulder injury.
PNG LNG Kumuls Coach Michael Marum said from Campbelltown this afternoon that Wera was cited for a biting charge in last Fridays ISC game against Ipswich Jets and will sit out the next two games.
Adex was suspended by the QRL Judiciary for two matches. That means he will miss this weekends Pacific Test and the next SP Hunters game, Marum said.
He said Wera will return to Port Moresby tomorrow. Its too late in the week now to get a replacement for Adex to join the camp, Marum said.
Marum has named Justin Olam at fullback with Junior Rau to debut as Kumul No. 285 on the wing. Rhadley Brawa becomes Kumul No. 286 when he runs on off the bench.
The team is:
1. Justin OLAM
2. Junior RAU
3. Thompson TETEH
4. Willie MINOGA
5. Richard PANDIA
6. Lachlan LAM
7. Watson BOAS
8. Stanton ALBERT
9. James SEGEYARO - Captain
10. Luke PAGE
11. Rhyse MARTIN
12. Nixon PUTT
13. Rod GRIFFIN
14. Kurt BAPTISTE
15. Rhadley BRAWA
16. Enock MAKI
17. Ase BOAS
Coach: Michael MARUM
The game against Fiji kicks off at 4pm at Campbelltown Stadium on Saturday. This will be followed by Tonga vs Samoa at 7pm.
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