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Just a few metres from the entrance of a track, visitors can be forgiven for thinking they've entered a lost world, devoid of human influence.
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GERMAN backpacker who ate flies while "lost" for three weeks in outback taken aback by the fuss but intends to keep going with his quest to walk to Uluru.
More work must be done to protect the rights of asylum seekers at the Manus Island detention centre, Immigration Minister Scott Morrison says.
A government committee has recommended that lethal injections be the method of executing prisoners sentenced to death in Papua New Guinea for their crimes.
The Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters will boast arguably the best field in college golf, March 7-9 in Las Vegas.
After 18 years in charge of copper miner PanAust, Gary Stafford has decided to let someone else handle the looming fork in the road.
Keep out! - Papua New Guinea - The Australian detention centre in Papua New Guinea is suspiciously secretive about anyone being able to visit or investigate.
Ian spent his early career in Papua New Guinea as a specialist physician, and later, the country's first Dean of Medicine.
Chris Neuenschwander is a Swiss PhD student working on a project about the role of Tok Pisin in public life.
PACIFIC Island countries with the exception of Papua New Guinea have faced numerous economic challenges in the past 20 years, says Pacific Island Private Sector Organisation CEO Mereia Volavola.
PROFESSIONAL development and training is very important to tertiary institutions in Papua New Guinea.
Police responded to reports of a vehicle driving dangerously and saw a maroon Nissan Tiida allegedly travelling in excess of the speed limit at Colo Vale at 8pm.
Can you have a committed, monogamous relationship where the people don't live anywhere near each other, nor do they ever intend to? The statistics say yes.
"The Great Commission," the March 16th missions celebration at Beaverton Christian Church, 13600 S.W. Allen Blvd., will focus on the church's involvement in reaching its community and the world.
THE World Bank has pledged US$30 million to fund the single largest agricultural initiative in Papua New Guinea, which will seek to improve the livelihoods of up to 60,000 coffee and cocoa farmers.
Dunedin television producer Mark Strickson has been asked to set up a television station in Bougainville.