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13 March 2014


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Thanks Leonard. The people of Bougainville were obviously not educated enough, not consulted enough, for the setting up of the Bougainville mine.

While I was reading your story I had a call from a well educated Tolai, a communications engineer, who is working for an Australian company in Sydney and involved with using powerlines as communications networks, via fibreoptics. He would like to introduce it to PNG.

He has the job of being "on call" if there are any technical problems. This job takes him to the hub of Endeavour Energy's electrical network, a vital part of supplying electrity to NSW.

What a huge difference between your story and the story I heard from him over the phone. He is involved with the latest in communications. He is able to cope with change. He is at the forefront of change.

Your story is about men who couldn't cope with change.

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