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Hundreds of people have been arrested and some killed as Indonesian authorities crack down on events commemorating the declaration of West Papua's independence.
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Kacific Broadband Satellites today announced plans to launch a Ka Band High Throughput Satellite to provide enhanced broadband to 40 million people in the Pacific including the Pacific islands, New Zealand, eastern Indonesia and Papua New Guinea.
MORE than two decades of work by Orange City Council to improve conditions for its Papua New Guinea sister city Mount Hagen is slowly deteriorating as the city struggles to maintain its infrastructure because of a shortage of skilled workers.
AN INTERNET PETITION ASKING prime minister Peter O'Neill to intervene to stop Speaker Theo Zurenuoc from destroying significant parts of Papua New Guinea's national cultural heritage is gathering support globally as news of the removal of traditional carvings from parliament reaches friends of PNG worldwide.
The Maldon-Dombarton rail line would cost up to $667 million to complete, according to the NSW Freight and Ports Strategy.
It carries out the production of copper concentrate. The company also extracts gold and silver concentrates.
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THE NATIONAL PARLIAMENT of Papua New Guinea has sanctioned the removal of two structures from the parliament building, also known as the Haus Tambaran , apparently because they are thought to have, or are thought to represent, the powers of evil.
U.S. stock-index futures advanced, indicating equities will snap five days of losses, as investors awaited a report on payroll additions in the world's biggest economy to gauge the outlook for Federal Reserve stimulus.
Despite the fact that the government has allotted a monthly budget of approximately NT $17mn per month towards exploration activities, Taiwan is set to remain almost entirely dependent on energy imports for the foreseeable future.
Under the agreement, Total will take a share of that size in InterOil's petroleum retention license 15 -- which includes the Elk and Antelope fields -- for $1.5 to $3.6 billion, depending on the size of the gas reserves, InterOil said in a statement.
People will be going home for the holidays, and some of them will fly in airplanes.
The US has dropped 2,000 dead mice over Guam in an effort to curb the Pacific island's growing population of invasive snakes.
DESPITE GROWING DEMAND FOR COCOA around the world, the cocoa industry in Papua New Guinea is in crisis, with production in East New Britain alone plummeting by 82% between 2008 and 2012.