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3 hrs ago | South Florida Sun-Sentinel
More than 7,000 pounds of cocaine that might have fetched $300 million or more on the streets of the U.S. instead were piled high on a Coast Guard dock in Miami Beach on Tuesday, the result of two separate drug seizures in the Caribbean Sea.
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3 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
ALMOST 50 Queenslanders have brought deadly vaccine-preventable diseases back into the country from overseas holidays in the past three years.
6 hrs ago | Entrepreneur Magazine
Somewhere in the hinterlands of Papua New Guinea there's a coffee cart that doesn't have a rewards and loyalty program .
8 hrs ago | Asopa People
HISTORIANS claim that the people occupying the island of New Guinea first migrated here over 40 thousand years ago.
12 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
PAPUA New Guinea Prime Minister Peter O'Neill wants to increase the presence of the US military in the country.
16 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
Author David Watters, formerly Professor of Surgery in Papua New Guinea, and his co-author, Anna Koestenbauer, release, through Xlibris, " Stitches in Time: Two Centuries of Surgery in Papua New Guinea ," a historical account of the development of surgery in Papua New Guinea covers two centuries of surgical progress from the early 1800s.
The Indonesian consulate in Vanimo is demanding that the Papua New Guinea Defence Force attack the West Papuan refugees.
'A window into the future' - that's how one expert is describing a unique coral reef zone off the coast of Papua New Guinea.
Add "losing fear of predators" to the long list of impacts acidifying oceans could have on fish and other marine life.
Australian energy company Horizon Oil said Monday it received approval from Papua New Guinea to develop a gas project in the country's Western province.
Apr 14, Colombo: The prolonged drought in Sri Lanka's tea growing regions may raise tea prices globally, tea industry analysts predict.
Solomon Islands has been struck by twin powerful quakes on Sunday. A 7.6 tremor woke the residents of Solomon's capital Honiara early Sunday.
Four specially selected young women from Papua New Guinea are embarking on the opportunity of a lifetime training to become commercial pilots.
Continued exposure to carbon dioxide seriously compromises the safety of small reef fish, with research showing they lose their survival instincts and become vulnerable to predators as seawater becomes more acidic.
A magnitude 7.6 earthquake struck near the Solomon Islands on Sunday morning with enough force to generate a tsunami warning for the immediate surrounding area, according to U.S. government agencies.