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Masalai i tokaut: Forest Min Tries To Gag Debate

Monday, 20 November 2006, 3:32 pm | Masalai i tokaut

Rimbunan Hijau’s little boy, Forest Minister, Patrick Pruaitch, is resorting to ever more desperate measures to try and silence the debate over Papua New Guinea’s notoriously corrupt and destructive logging industry. More >>

Kina Securities Admits Rimbunan Hijau Ownership!

Monday, 8 May 2006, 11:33 am | Masalai i tokaut

Last month Masalai revealed that leading finance company, Kina Securities Limited, is secretly owned and operated by Rimbunan Hijau – the notorious Malaysian company responsible for illegal and unsustainable logging and human rights abuses across ... More >>

Solomons - Logging Corruption Ruins A Nation

Thursday, 27 April 2006, 1:09 pm | Masalai i tokaut

The disturbing scenes in the Solomon Islands of civil unrest and calamitous violence against property are an example of what can happen when logging industry corruption is allowed to continue unchallenged. More >>

The Rape of Gulf Province - Independence Special

Monday, 10 October 2005, 4:19 pm | Masalai i tokaut

As we celebrate 30 years of Independence, it is timely that we examine the effective loss of sovereignty over an entire Province. In the last few years, Malaysian corporate giant Rimbunan Hijau has illegally seized control of almost the entire forests of ... More >>

Masalai i tokaut: Sold Into Slavery

Monday, 21 March 2005, 11:46 am | Masalai i tokaut

Forest Minister Patrick Pruaitch is preparing to sell the people of Asengseng and Rottock Bay in West New Britain into a life of slavery, prostitution and general misery. More >>

PNG Forest Minister Lied In Parliament Club Fees

Thursday, 9 September 2004, 12:06 am | Masalai i tokaut

Documents obtained by Masalai i tokaut appear to show that the Minister for Forests, Mr Patrick Pruaitch, has misused public funds, abused his position as a Minister and lied to Parliament. More >>

 

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