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PNG blocks Chinese plane after workers were used in vaccine testing

PNG blocks Chinese plane after workers were used in vaccine testing

PNG blocks Chinese plane after workers were used in vaccine testing   Sourced from the Daily Mail Papua New Guinea has turned around a plane full of Chinese workers after it was revealed a Beijing-backed mine had been testing an ‘unauthorised’ coronavirus vaccine on its employees. PNG is now demanding answers from Communist Party officials about why Ramu Nickel ...

Helping Hands - sourced from "The National"

Helping Hands – sourced from “The National”

Medical equipment arrives. MORE than K700,000 worth of medical equipment has arrived in Port Moresby as part of a donation by Chinese business magnate Jack Ma through the Jack ma foundation. A 4000kg shipment of medical equipment and personal protective equipment (PPE) arrived on a Fiji Airways flight from Nadi in Fiji. Ali Baba founder Jack Ma ...

Papua New Guinea’s COVID-19 cases.

Papua New Guinea’s COVID-19 cases. Sourced from Loop PNG On Monday evening, the National Pandemic Controller issued the latest data, which brings the total to 111. It was reported that the new case is a 27-year-old male employed at the National Department of Health, in the nation’s capital. He is now in isolation at the Rita ...

75th anniversary of the signing of the Surrender of Japanese Forces at Rabaul

75th anniversary of the signing of the Surrender of Japanese Forces at Rabaul

The Papua New Guinea Association of Australia was able to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the signing of the Surrender of Japanese Forces at Rabaul at the Rabaul & Montevideo Maru Memorial, Australian War Memorial, Canberra, on 6 September 2020. A warm welcome was provided by Mr Matt Anderson PSM, Director of the Australian War Memorial. General ...

75th Anniversary since Pacific War ended in Rabaul

75th anniversary service at the Australian War Memorial today. This service commemorated the signing of the Instrument of Surrender on HMS Glory near Rabaul on 6 September 1945. On that day General Hitoshi Imamura, Commander in Chief of the Japanese Imperial Southeastern Army formally surrendered to the Australian 1st Army under the command of Lieutenant ...

Two events in Canberra – 6 September 2020

The Papua New Guinea Association of Australia invites you to attend a luncheon in Canberra on Sunday 6 September 2020 at 1pm marking the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Pacific. There will also be very limited space at a ceremony to be held at the Rabaul & Montevideo Maru Memorial, Australian War Memorial, Canberra, on ...

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