West Papuans look to PNG for business opportunities

Papua New Guinea's Madang Governor Peter Yama left with the Governor of Indonesia's Papua province, Lukas Enembe in Jayapura. October 2018 Photo: Supplied
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Papua New Guinea’s Madang Governor Peter Yama left with the Governor of Indonesia’s Papua province, Lukas Enembe in Jayapura. October 2018 Photo: Supplied Indigenous West Papuans are exploring business opportunities in neighbouring Papua New Guinea, following... more →
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Kunjungi Papua, Gubernur Madang Pererat Kerjasama Ekonomi

Gubernur Provinsi Madang, Papua New Guinea (PNG), Peter Yama bersama rombongan
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); JAYAPURA (PT) – Gubernur Provinsi Madang, Papua New Guinea (PNG), Peter Yama bersama rombongan melakukan kunjungan kerja ke Provinsi Papua di Jayapura, Minggu (21/10/2018). Kunjungan kerja Gubernur Peter Yama ini atas balasan kunjungan Gubernur Papua, Lukas Enembe, SIP,... more →
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Israel seek Vanuatu’s unwavering position to recognise Jerusalem as capital

Prime Minister Charlot Salwai, his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu (r) and their respective spouses — Mrs. Justine Salwai and Mrs. Sara Netanyahu
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Vanuatu Daily Post – Prime Minister (PM) Charlot Salwai led a high-level delegation to Israel from the 14th to the 19th of October, 2018. Prime Minister Charlot Salwai, his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu (r) and their respective spouses — Mrs. Justine... more →
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Solomon Islanders bring their handicrafts to Port Vila

Port Vila Lord Mayor Daniel, Honiara City Mayor Andrew Mua and Luganville Mayor Onen Gaviga during the Solomon Islands Independence celebrations in Honiara.
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The Vanuatu Daily Post – Each time someone from Vanuatu travels to the Solomon Islands, he or she is usually inundated with requests to buy a Choiseul bilum (string) bag or a necklace from Malaita in the Market. This is all set to change, now that the Port Vila... more →
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Governor of Indonesia’s Papua seeks connection with PNG

As Port Moresby's Governor Powes Parkop (middle) welcomed his counterpart from Indonesia's Papua province Lukas Enembe (left) in Papua New Guinea's capital, the Indonesian ambassador to PNG, Ronald Manik (right), also made an appearance. Photo: Wanpis Ako
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Johnny Blades, RNZ Pacific Journalist johnny.blades@radionz.co.nz As Port Moresby’s Governor Powes Parkop (middle) welcomed his counterpart from Indonesia’s Papua province Lukas Enembe (left) in Papua New Guinea’s capital, the Indonesian ambassador... more →
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Australia’s funding boost to Tina Hydro Power

Australia's acting High Commissioner and the Minister for Mines and Energy.
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); AUSTRALIA is committing a further $7.9 million (AUD$1.4 million) towards the Tina River Hydro Power Project. This extra funding will go towards the construction of the access road to the dam site and power station. “The Tina River Hydro Power project is a high priority... more →
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Former PM Says APEC Isn’t What It Seems

Sir Mekere Morauta
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Sir Mekere Morauta Papua New Guineans Should Not Allow Themselves To Be Fooled To Believing That The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Meeting In November This Year Will Transform The Economy Of The Country. Papua New Guineans should not allow themselves to be fooled... more →
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Former ANZ bank officer facing K1mil fraud charge

ANZ Bank Papua New Guinea
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The National PNG – A former ANZ bank officer has been arrested and charged with misappropriating more than K1 million. Konia Lohia, 33, of Porebada village in Central, was charged with three counts of misappropriation of funds totalling K1,019,468.90 and three counts... more →
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