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ACCPN Update by Andrea Williams and Paul Munro

Australian Community Centre for Pacific Nations PNGAA’s proposal for an Australian Community Centre for Pacific Nations, (ACCPN) thus far has been given only support by those most directly responsible. Draft Management Plans for the...

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Impressions of a Reporter

PNG in the News reflects the on-going work of reporters on the ground. Here are one reporter’s impressions of the country and the working conditions found there.    ABC News reporters in PNG –...

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PNGAA Perth Christmas Lunch

11.30am  Friday, 4 November 2016 at Bull Creek Airforce Club Come along and enjoy  Everyone is invited RSVP  26 October 2016 Linda 9434 2628 or lindam121@bigpond.com

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KIAP: Stories Behind the Medal CINEMA SCREENING followed by Q&A

Some 2000 young Australian men served as Patrol Officers in Papua New Guinea between the end of World War Two and Papua New Guinea Independence in 1975.
They were known by Papua New Guinea people as Kiaps, derived from the German word Kapitan.
The Kiap tradition began in the early 20th Century and continued after World War Two.