Boardroom briefing: Pacific climate refugees, open-plan failures, supermarkets of the future

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UN ruling addresses rising sea levels in the Pacific Islands, open plan offices result in less interaction and the future of retail tech. Readings from around the world on business, leadership and management.

It’s show time at Papua New Guinea’s Enga Province

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Olga Fontanellaz is swept up in the song and dance of the annual Enga Show.

Opinion: Recent project reviews could be an opportunity for landowner renegotiation

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After over three decades, Papua New Guinea’s government seems to be speaking a different language: one that calls for greater benefits into government coffers and landowner pockets, says journalist Scott Waide. He explains why resource projects have come under scrutiny recently and what it means for landowners.

The huge risks and rewards of Papua New Guinea’s Porgera gold mine

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The Porgera gold mine in Papua New Guinea’s Enga Province is a world class gold mine but, as Executive Director for Barrick (Niugini) Ila Temu explains, it is also one of the world’s most difficult mines to operate.

Enga Province: Papua New Guinea Business Guide

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Enga is the highest and is the second most rugged province in Papua New Guinea. Most of the province is over 2000 metres above sea level, but there are also many valleys which feed into the two major river systems that drain the province: the Lagaip, a tributary of the Fly River, and the Lai, a tributary of the Sepik River.