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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.
Today the Papua New Guinea Government and development partners supporting the PNG energy sector, kicked off a two day consultative workshop to look at the country's National Electrification Roll out Plan , which aims to increase electricity access to 70 percent of households by 2030.
KEEROM, 5 December 2013 - Refugees who have returned to Indonesia's Papua province from exile in neighbouring Papua New Guinea are disillusioned with their new lives.
Japanese classical orchestra AUN J, renowned for playing traditional instruments, will perform in Hanoi next week together with two Vietnamese artists to celebrate the ties between the two countries.
Police in Papua New Guinea say at least three miners have been killed after a disturbance at the Porgera gold mine site in Enga province.
We know for a fact that CO2 accumulates as the CO2 concentration has been rising fast due to our use of fossil fuels.
The global cocoa deficit for the 2012/13 crop year was worse than previously expected, according to revised figures from the International Cocoa Organization , which has tripled its estimate.
FORMER Orange City Council director of enterprise services Stephen Sykes was humbled to receive the Logohu Medal in the Papua New Guinea Independence Honours List.
As a Bible translator in Papua New Guinea, Grace Fabian suffered a terrible loss when her husband died suddenly and tragically.
ON WEDNESDAY 13 NOVEMBER, Transparency International PNG launched a report that outlines how Papua New Guineans understand corruption and anti-corruption efforts.
Experts from a range of fields have gathered in Papua New Guinea to discuss an increase in sorcery killings and come up with ways to stop them.
Context. After a decade of strong growth, Papua New Guinea now faces a sharp
slowdown in the nonmineral sector as construction winds down on a large liquefied
natural gas project.
Earlier this year Papua New Guinea repealed the 1971 Sorcery Act , making killings stemming from an accusation of witchcraft treatable as murder.
Spark* believes that local problems are best solved with solutions developed by local people.