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1 hr ago | Central Western Daily
FORMER Orange City Council director of enterprise services Stephen Sykes was humbled to receive the Logohu Medal in the Papua New Guinea Independence Honours List.
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Do undocumented immigrants contribute to the economy?
2 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
As a Bible translator in Papua New Guinea, Grace Fabian suffered a terrible loss when her husband died suddenly and tragically.
4 hrs ago | Asopa People
ON WEDNESDAY 13 NOVEMBER, Transparency International PNG launched a report that outlines how Papua New Guineans understand corruption and anti-corruption efforts.
Experts from a range of fields have gathered in Papua New Guinea to discuss an increase in sorcery killings and come up with ways to stop them.
Context. After a decade of strong growth, Papua New Guinea now faces a sharp
slowdown in the nonmineral sector as construction winds down on a large liquefied
natural gas project.
Earlier this year Papua New Guinea repealed the 1971 Sorcery Act , making killings stemming from an accusation of witchcraft treatable as murder.
Spark* believes that local problems are best solved with solutions developed by local people.
The firm, which has operations across the Caribbean and the South Pacific, said that sales would have risen by 2% if it were not for the currency losses, the Irish Times reports.
The Federal Government is poised to announce new measures it says will stop refugees who arrive by boat from staying permanently in Australia.
A Riverlands worker screamed when the tip of his finger was amputated in a conveyor belt, the New Plymouth District Court heard yesterday.
Participants at the 9th Pacific Islands Conference on Nature Conservation and Protected areas at the Vodafone Arena yesterday.
PNG HONOUR: Official secretary to the Governor-General Tipo Vuatha congratulates Cr Chris Gryllis for receiving the Logohu Medal .
The Fowler Museum is celebrating all year by displaying multiple exhibitions for their 50th anniversary.
LAST TUESDAY THE NORMALLY BUBBLY and talkative Kerrie Phipps on Tuesday challenged herself to a pledge of silence to raise funds for students at the Kokoda College in Papua New Guinea .
A DROP of 4 per cent of Fiji's gross domestic product could be triggered by climate change impacts by the year 2100, according to a new report by the Asian Development Bank.
Dec 01, Colombo: The government of Sri Lanka has re-introduced Land Acquisition and Re-settlement Committees , according to a local media report.