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2 hrs ago | Asopa People
IN Papua New Guinea a growing middle class of urban, salaried people refer to themselves as the 'working class', distinguishing themselves from subsistence 'grassroots' workers who do not work .
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6 hrs ago | ABC News
The ABC has obtained audio recordings made inside the Manus Island detention centre before and after the deadly violence last month.
10 hrs ago | AlertNet
Betty Barnabas has been displaced by violent conflict, and can't go home until the peace process is concluded.
Trish Levett of Gerringong has spent most days over the past few weeks at the protest site set up by the Gerroa Environmental Protection Society adjacent to the Seven Mile Beach Picnic area.
Youngsters in South Taranaki will get up close and personal with a traditional dance and percussion group from Papua New Guinea today .
I RECENTLY got hold of the 2012 UPNG reprint of Russell Soaba's first novel Wanpis .
Supported by the Government of Australia, the report provides comprehensive new analysis of hardship and vulnerability across the region.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has faced accusations that Australia's treatment of asylum seekers is "inhumane and uncivilised" during a hostile BBC interview in London.
Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Peter O'Neill has sacked his treasurer and another senior minister for "creating instability" within the government of the poor but resource-rich Pacific nation.
LABOR'S immigration spokesman Richard Marles has "no doubt" the riot at Manus Island will be raised when he holds asylum seeker talks with Papua New Guinea's foreign minister.
Washington, March 10: The new Indian ambassador to the US, S. Jaishankar, Monday formally presented his credentials to President Barack Obama at his oval office at the White House.
Using their home-course advantage, the Rebels, No. 37 in Golfstat's rankings , won the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters on Sunday by two shots over No.
MISSING from an important Pacific states' fisheries conference currently being held in Honiara is Sylvester Pokajam, until recently managing director of the Papua New Guinea National Fisheries Authority.
Why the surprise? Of course the Prime Minister would employ a nanny from somewhere like Nepal .
THE PNG Crocodile Prize for Literature is shaping up as an internationally recognised annual literary competition with all the trappings that come with that sort of status, including prestige.
It's a story of deprivations and hardships, broken ribs and near-drownings. But mostly it's a love story.