Papua New Guinea News
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1 hr ago | Scoop
Student Alliance of West Papua, demanding in Remembrance Day and Anzac day in recognition of Fuzzy Wuzzy giving their lives in World War II against Japanese along side with Australia soldiers.
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5 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald
Oil and gas junior Horizon Oil and potential suitor Roc Oil Company have both entered a trading halt following a takeover bid.
9 hrs ago | Fiji Times
REGIONAL games statistician Bob Snow is in the country and looking forward to the 2014 Fiji Finals which starts today at the ANZ Stadium in Suva.
13 hrs ago | I-Newswire.com
In its recent CSR activities, Fashion Bug, one of Sri Lanka's leading retail clothing stores with over 17 outlets island-wide, refurbished the maternity ward at the Ragama-based Colombo North Teaching Hospital for the beneficial of its needy patients.
17 hrs ago | Bloomberg
Nautilus Minerals Inc. , the Toronto-based company that won the first lease to mine the ocean floor for gold and copper, said it resolved a dispute with Papua New Guinea and that its Solwara 1 project can now proceed.
19 hrs ago | BBC News
A British tourist arrested in Sri Lanka because she had a Buddha tattoo on her arm said she had not been "shown compassion" as she faces deportation.
AS the community prepares to gather at the war memorial on April 25, Naracoorte's Ron Reynolds remembers his own harrowing experience as a 19-year-old serviceman.
Don't Spoil My Beautiful Face: Media, Mayhem and Human Rights in the Pacific is being published today while Fiji is voicing the mantra of the "free press" at the same time as it continues to ban experienced Pacific reporters such as Barbara Dreaver and Michael Field from New Zealand and Sean Dorney of the ABC.
One of Eden's most senior war veterans, Artie Edwards, will proudly wear his father's service medals alongside his own this ANZAC Day.
AS a student studying and living in China, I've seen and experienced so many things including the education system.
FRANK Trimmer would not speak of the hardships he experienced in Papua New Guinea during WWII but his unique drawings and letters are a window into the life of an Australian soldier.
It was first discovered by Bowral resident Terry Oakes-Ash's pet dog. On an early morning walk in Glebe Park on March 21, George sniffed that something was amiss.
After retiring in 1977, Austin-based socio-anthropologist Amnon Orent decided to travel the world and visit the places he had only discussed in classes.
Newcrest Mining's chief operating officer Sandeep Biswas will take over as the gold producer`s chief executive and managing director from July 4. Mr Biswas, the former chief executive at Rio Tinto-owned Pacific Aluminium, started with Newcrest in January with the expectation that he would succeed current CEO and MD Greg Robinson in the later half ... (more)
Sri Lanka has detained a female British tourist for having a Buddha tattoo on her right arm and ordered her deportation, police said Tuesday.
A 19-year-old man broke his leg in two places when he tried to kick a spider in the NSW Southern Highlands.