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Aug 22, Colombo: Sri Lanka's National Building Research Organization has asked the public to be alert on landslides as the Meteorology Department warned today that more rain will continue for next 24 hours.
WHILE the PNG LNG project will remain as one of PNG's greatest achievements, the biggest question facing the government centres on its ability to transfer the huge revenue inflows to the bulk of the population.
A foolish optimism about human nature can't withstand even a nodding acquaintance with history.
WHAT started out as colleagues coming together when they saw a gap in the market has led to an international firm celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.
A VISIT by Central Tilba teacher Laura McHarg to a Fijian school while on holiday earlier this year has resulted in nine cubic metres of books being shipped to schools in the Pacific, through Narooma Rotary Club.
The pain of rising gas prices for Australia's east coast consumers has been Santos shareholders' gain in the form of a 33 per cent dividend hike.
THE Ningil Friends of Nano are an enthusiastic and committed group of women, men and youths in the picturesque highlands of the Sandaun Province of Papua New Guinea.
AFTER graduating from the Highlands Regional College of Nursing at Goroka in 2002, I was accepted for employment by the Catholic Health Services of West New Britain based in Kimbe.
Melbourne tops the ranking as the world's most pleasant city to live in for the fourth year running, but an Economist Intelligence Unit poll also finds that turmoil in Ukraine and the Middle East have pushed other cities down the list.
A woman shot in Papua New Guinea is slowly getting back into normal life in Waihi Beach, with the help of counsellors.
OVER recent months, a few morsels of information have come to light suggesting that the financial situation is tightening around the government of Papua New Guinea.
Pacific Correspondent SEAN DORNEY has left the ABC after covering the region for 40 years.
THE Albury and District Bowling Association's representatives in the Zone 8 fours championship were beaten in their opening round game at Tumut on Saturday.
One of the men charged over the death of asylum seeker Reza Barati tried to fake his own death to evade capture, Papua New Guinea police will allege.
Aug 19, Colombo: Widespread degradation of Sri Lanka's coastal and agricultural resources due to climate change could cost the country's economy more than 6% of its gross domestic product by the end of this century, says a new Asian Development Bank climate and economics report for South Asia.
The Australian Federal Police say they've received no request from their Papua New Guinean counterparts to trace or interview expatriate suspects in the murder of Iranian asylum-seeker Reza Barati on Manus Island.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 12:15 am
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