An invasion of shopkeepers: Are they here to stay?
Although there were at least two white women driving vehicles in the Wahgi and buying at the roadside - a novelty as temporary participants in the fast-growing industry.
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Janesville man creates memorial for cousin who died in WWII
Tom Skinner of Janesville wears a period military uniform while posing next to the 26-inch pre-World War II Dayton Huffman bicycle he spent last winter restoring.
A Papuan answer to the Bougainvillean
IT IS EASY TO AGREE with every comment made about Leonard Roka's poem , A Bougainvillean song to the Papuan And, as most of us have a fairly good understanding that the Bougainville crisis and what follows is the result of Australia's second of two great mistakes as caretaker of TP&NG, we can only empathise with what, in the circumstances, is ... (more)
Amnesty slams PNG death penalty plan
Prime Minister Peter O'Neill on Wednesday laid down a mid-May deadline for a series of laws toughening sentences for violent crimes, such as murder and rape, to be debated in parliament.