Kavieng’s Wireless Communication – 100 Years by Jim Ridges

President’s Report

It was wonderful to see three new nominations for the 2017-2019 PNGAA Management Committee join nominations from former committee members. Welcome to Russell Wade, Yana Di Pietro and Chris Warrilow – joining Doug Wood...

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Vale: Sir Henry Chow

CHOW, Sir Henry D. 21 January 2017 aged 83 Sir Henry Chow, born 1933 Rabaul, was patriarch of the Chow family – a long-established and respected line, whose roots in Papua New Guinea go...

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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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Catalina Estate Mystery By Bob Piper

After World War II and into the 1960s a drive to Sirinumu Dam, in the cool heights above Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea, always meant passing a mysterious and derelict Catalina flying boat...

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The Montevideo Maru by Caitlin Nash

My granddaughter Caitlin Nash, great granddaughter of Eric Clive Green, won the Northern NSW RSL Public Speaking Competition in 2009, as a 12 year-old, with this Legacy Speech about my father, who was lost...

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PNGAA Collection

The process of updating the PNGAA Collection register is ongoing and all your donations are welcome. Updated details will be available online and in following issues of Una Voce. In the meantime, PNGAA would...