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IT IS UNFORTUNATE THAT Mark Poynter , in his attempt to establish that politics rather than science has determined the World Heritage decision in favour of the Tasmanian forests, fails to focus on the science and instead attacks the people providing the science.
Researchers working on HIV/AIDS medications have found that a new combination of drugs can cure Tuberculosis in as little as four months in medicine-resistant patients.
Australian mining company Nautilus has an exploration licence for Solwara 1, a site on the Bismark Sea floor off the coast of Papua New Guinea.
The New England Book Award winner's latest novel is based on a gem of a true story that King found, picked up and dusted off - almost literally.
Anthropologist's travel . JULY 19, 2014 07:11. . Have you ever traveled to an impoverished country? Have you ever bragged and behaved arrogantly in such a country.
On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I send my best wishes to the people of Colombia as you celebrate your independence on July 20th.
Australian energy company Santos said Friday its second quarter figures improved in part because of the start of an LNG project in Papua New Guinea.
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.
The challenge covers 96 kilometres, the length of the Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea, across gruelling terrain in the Gold Coast Hinterland.
If children spun it, flung it, wound it, or sent it rolling along the floor with a flick of their thumbs, Dr. Donald Adler had to have it for his collection of international folk toys.
THE Fiji Volleyball Federation has named their training squad for the 2015 Pacific Games which would be held in Papua New Guinea.
Ethnographic filmmaking has been enjoying a little renaissance over the past several years.
Lawyers for 153 asylum seekers aboard an Australian Customs ship will appear in the High Court in Melbourne as their bid to prevent the ship's passengers being returned to Sri Lanka continues.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 01:29 am
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