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A weightlifter competing at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games is due to appear in court charged with sexually assaulting a man.
17 min ago | The Courier
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.
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.
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.
A Nadi resident is pleading for the return of his Member of the Order of the British Empire medal.
Somewhere between the Greek and Roman galleries and European Old Master paintings we found the perfect place for a break.
ELIZABETH JACKSON: Liam Cochrane in PNG covered an interesting story during the week.
THE Crocodile Prize reaches it culmination each year in the period around Papua New Guinea's independence day, 16 September.
Indian weightlifter Santoshi Matsa won the bronze medal in the women's 53kg while her compatriot Swati Singh finished fourth at the 2014 Commonwealth Games at the Clyde Auditorium here Friday.
The institutions say they "share a responsibility to work with and for the people of the tropics, to bring to bear the power of our understanding, science and innovation on the issues of the tropics to create a brighter future for the tropics and its peoples".
Telikom PNG has announced acquisition of a PNG company Datec with its capability in information communication technology and system integration engineering.
Women sleep on a crowded train in Myanmar. Globally, some 1.2 billion people live on less than 1.25 dollars a day.
Papua New Guinea's largest oil producer is calling on the corporate sector to commit to regional health projects and embrace public-private partnerships for development.
Newcrest is warning it's facing a hit of up to A$2.5 billion after reviewing its mining assets.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 05:31 am
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