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More on PNG Kundu for March 2022 and some great website tips

More on PNG Kundu for March 2022 and some great website tips

The PNGAA printer had his business totally destroyed in the floods in northern NSW, and the distribution of the printed version of the March 2022 PNG Kundu was delayed. However; the Digital version is NOW available on our website.  You can access it  HERE Here are a few more tips to assist you in getting value ...

Online Masterclass Pacific Journalism: Issues, Impact and Importance 28 March 2022

Online Masterclass – Free Pacific Journalism: Issues, Impact and Importance Monday 28 March 2022 12.00-1.30pm AEST With Sean Dorney, Ben Bohane, Samantha Magick, Nic Maclellan and Stefan Armbruster About this event Introduced by the undisputed icon of Pacific reporting in Australian media, Sean Dorney, this event is an opportunity to discuss why it is vital that Australian audiences know more about ...

PNG Kundu – March 2022 issue

A note to let members know that our March 2022 journal, PNG Kundu, is going to be delayed due to the flooding in northern NSW where the journal is printed. We understand the business, which has been there for generations, has been engulfed with flood waters. This is devastating and our thoughts are with Lismore ...

Notice of PNGAA’s 71st Annual General Meeting and Luncheon —30 April 2022

Venue: Hornsby RSL, 4 High Street, Hornsby, (Sydney) NSW. Enter parking via Ashley Lane Time: 11.30am Cost: $45.00 Direct payment to PNGAA with email to treasurer@pngaa.net.Details under ‘AGM Luncheon Details’ below. RSVP: including payment, by: 21 April 2022 A luncheon has been arranged starting at approximately 1.00 pm. PNGAA is delighted that Dr Andrea Connor, Acting Manager Policy and Research, ...

PNGAA Visit to Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway

PNGAA members and friends have an opportunity to visit the Kokoda Track Memorial Walkway in Concord. It will be a pleasant morning stroll on the Sydney Harbour foreshore at Concorde. We will see their educational facility as well as explore the potential for further collaboration with that group. Everyone is welcome – a great opportunity to gather and ...

The Bilum Story – a virtual premiere screening of the film available to 10 March 2022

Bilum & Bilas are excited to have been included in a new short film celebrating the creative economy for inclusive economic development in PNG. For thousands of years, bilum weaving has been handed down from mothers to daughters across Papua New Guinea (PNG). It is an integral part of PNG’s cultural heritage and an important ...

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