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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...

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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...

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Historical monuments in the Gazelle District

  At a time of considerable debate around the world about the role of historical monuments, the Gazelle District Development Authority Board has made a policy decision basing its strategy on the potential tourism...

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PNGAA Brisbane Lunch

  In less than two weeks time on Sunday 26 July those joining us for lunch at The Ship Inn will now be sitting down to an enjoyable meal and the pleasant company of...

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PNG IN THE NEWS

Featuring articles and news reports about contemporary Papua New Guinea—also included are the nation’s sporting achievements and events, and stories about young people doing interesting things— we encourage young people to become involved in...

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State of Emergency Extended from The National

ONLY Prime Minister James Marape and State of Emergency Controller David Manning are the authorised persons to release information to the public on Covid-19 matters. Manning, also the Police Commissioner, said Marape could delegate...

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Cable Network

Cable network to ease communication challenges March 20, 2020     Sourced from The National Business, with thanks. COMMUNICATION challenges for the people of Manus will be a thing of the past as the province witnessed...

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PNG Lockdown

PNG Covid-19 Lockdown March 20, 2020   Sourced from The National   –  Main Stories By REBECCA KUKU ALL inbound flights to the country will stop from Sunday in a “seven-day lockdown” directive to reduce the chances of...

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Bougainville – Another geologist killed

A GEOLOGIST from Thailand employed by a Filipino-owned mining company is dead after allegedly shot by disgruntled landowners in a remote mountainous area of Bougainville, Bougainville Police Commander Francis Tokura says. Tokura said he...