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Hedging protects New Britain from palm price drop

New Britain Palm Oil revealed it had accelerated forward selling of its palm oil, and at values well above current levels, as it acknowledged setbacks to price hopes from reduced El Nino concerns.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

Yahoo!

Australia's treatment of child asylum-seekers 'abuse': churches

The Australian government Wednesday rejected a report from church leaders describing its treatment of child asylum-seekers as "state-sanctioned abuse", saying such claims were "offensive".

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ABC News

Buy your Opal transport card online, but not yet at Illawarra rail stations

The NSW Transport Minister has dismissed criticisms of the roll out of Opal Cards in the Illawarra and Southern Highlands.

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Nerve News

Indian weightlifter Chandrakant Mali gets bronze

Weightlifter Chandrakant Mali won the bronze medal in the men's 94kg category bringing home the 10th medal for India in the day at the Commonwealth Games here Tuesday.

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Asopa People

Plea for return of medal conferred by Queen Elizabeth

PETER Leggett MBE, a former resident of Papua New Guinea who now lives in Nadi, Fiji, is pleading for the return of his Member of the Order of the British Empire medal stolen from his home.

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Colombo Page

Main opposition to visit Sri Lanka state enterprises without prior notice

July 29, Colombo: A parliamentarian of Sri Lanka's main opposition United National Party said that the party would visit corrupts state enterprises without prior announcement.

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Asopa People

Political instability in PNG: Culture, leadership or self-interest

LONG before Papua New Guinea became an independent nation in 1975, people lived according to their own traditional structures, norms and values.

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Asopa People

Creative Nation 6: Writers of the 2014 Crocodile Prize, K - M

DURING the course of this week, I will be sending letters to the seven Papua New Guinean writers who have won the various awards in this year's Crocodile Prize.

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Mon Jul 28, 2014

Malaysian National News Agency

Moderate Earthquake Hits Papua New Guinea

KUALA LUMPUR, July 29 -- A moderate earthquake with a magnitude of 5.8 on the Richter scale, hit New Guinea, Papua New Guinea at 7 am today, according to a statement from the Malaysian Meteorological Department.

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NEWS.com.au

How this brave mum stopped a jungle massacre

Machete-wielding attackers killed three porters and injured eight others on Papua New Guinea's Black Cat Track in September 2013.

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Inter Press Service

Outlawing Polygamy to Combat Gender Inequalities, Domestic Violence in Papua New Guinea

The PNG Government has recently introduced legislation to outlaw polygamy and increase the country's rate of official marriage and birth registrations.

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Daily Mail

Weightlifter from Papua New Guinea charged with sexual assault...

'He's placed his life in the hands of a loving God': Family prays for U.S. doctor, 33, infected with Ebola in Liberia as he and another American battle deadly disease amid worst ever outbreak 'I've never seen that look in her eyes before': Abigail Hernandez's mother describes seeing her daughter for the first time as she insists the 15-year-old was ... (more)

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The Republic

Commonwealth Games lifter faces sex assault charge

A weightlifter from Papua New Guinea who competed at the Commonwealth Games faces trial over an alleged sexual assault at a Glasgow supermarket.

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NewsOn6 Tulsa

Commonwealth Games lifter faces sex assault charge

Revelations over the past few years about how U.S. security officials have the ability to track people through phone, email and other electronic records are making it harder for journalists to report on what the... Revelations over the past few years about how U.S. security officials have the ability to track people through phone, email and other ... (more)

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BBC News

Games athlete on sex attack charge

A weightlifter competing at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games is due to appear in court charged with sexually assaulting a man.

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The Courier

Future bright for truck firm as emergency response vehicles roll out

A YEAR after laying off staff, SEM Fire and Rescue has rolled out a symbol of its turnaround with two new emergency response, six-wheel-drive Mercedes beasts to be sent to Papua New Guinea for Exxon.

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Williamson Daily News Online

Two senators call for rollback of funding halt3:10 pm

The Obama administration took a giant step forward on clean energy last year when it ordered the Export-Import Bank to stop funding coal plants abroad.

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Sun Jul 27, 2014

The Star Online

Sri Lankan asylum seekers arrive in Australia after weeks held at sea

A group of 157 Sri Lankan asylum seekers who were held at sea by Australian authorities for almost a month, sparking a legal challenge against their detention, have arrived at a detention camp on mainland Australia, government officials said on Monday.

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Asopa People

Illegal cartels make millions through Port Moresby's buai ban

THE buai ban in Port Moresby has not reduced supply into the city. The quantity of buai in Port Moresby is about the same but prices have sky-rocketed.

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Fiji Times

Man pleads for return of medal

A Nadi resident is pleading for the return of his Member of the Order of the British Empire medal.

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