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NZCity
Papua New Guinea election: Highlands-style democracy sees foreigners offered chance to votewith a local family and within a day you are offered an opportunity to vote. T
NZCity / Posted 5 hours ago
with a local family and within a day you are offered an opportunity to vote. That was my experience on a recent trip to Papua New Guinea during the 2017 national ballot, the results from which are now hotly contested. My journey from Lae to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Would you vote in another country's election?Papua New Guinea election: Highlands-style democracy sees foreigners offered ch
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 hours ago
Papua New Guinea election: Highlands-style democracy sees foreigners offered chance to vote Imagine being a visitor to Australia during an election. A contact puts you in touch with a local family and within a day you are offered an opportunity to... Read more
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NZCity
Black Sticks beaten by Ireland in key Testin Bhubaneswar, New Zealand are still likely to advance. The Black Sticks need
NZCity / Posted 6 hours ago
in Bhubaneswar, New Zealand are still likely to advance. The Black Sticks need only finish ahead of lowly-ranked Papua New Guinea in the three-team Oceania event in Sydney to qualify. A lack of clinical finishing continued to haunt them... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
CelsiusPenh, Cambodia;A stray p.m. t-storm;32;25;Mostly cloudy;34;26;WSW;12;64%;44%;9
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 14 hours ago
Penh, Cambodia;A stray p.m. t-storm;32;25;Mostly cloudy;34;26;WSW;12;64%;44%;9 Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea;Mostly cloudy;29;23;Sun and clouds, nice;32;23;SE;14;70%;23%;6 Port-au-prince, Haiti;A t-storm in... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
FahrenheitPenh, Cambodia;A stray p.m. t-storm;90;78;Mostly cloudy;93;78;WSW;8;64%;44%;9
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 14 hours ago
Penh, Cambodia;A stray p.m. t-storm;90;78;Mostly cloudy;93;78;WSW;8;64%;44%;9 Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea;Mostly cloudy;84;74;Sun and clouds, nice;89;74;SE;9;70%;23%;6 Port-au-prince, Haiti;A t-storm in... Read more
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The Columbian
Buckingham Palace exhibit marks 20 years since Diana’s deathwere presented to the queen during state visits and overseas tours, such as a m
The Columbian / Posted yesterday
were presented to the queen during state visits and overseas tours, such as a model of a warrior presented in 1974 from Papua New Guinea, and a portrait of the queen made with woven banana leaves, given to her in Rwanda in 2006. “I’ve tried to... Read more
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Business Standard India
India, China, Pakistan among 10 nations with 95% of APAC's HIV in 2016: UNthe majority of new infections are occurring in 10 countries led by India, Chin
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
the majority of new infections are occurring in 10 countries led by India, China, Indonesia, Pakistan, Vietnam, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Thailand and Malaysia. These 10 countries together accounted for more than 95 per cent of... Read more
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International Business Times
Claims of sorcery delay Papua new Guinea election result The Papua New Guinea general election has been thrown into chaos amid accusatio
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
The Papua New Guinea general election has been thrown into chaos amid accusations of sorcery and witchcraft. Recounts have been ordered in two constituencies in the East Sepik province because there have been multiple allegations of witchcraft... Read more
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ABC News
Buckingham Palace exhibit marks 20 years since Diana's deathwere presented to the queen during state visits and overseas tours, such as a m
ABC News / Posted yesterday
were presented to the queen during state visits and overseas tours, such as a model of a warrior presented in 1974 from Papua New Guinea, and a portrait of the queen made with woven banana leaves, given to her in Rwanda in 2006. "I've tried to... Read more
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Access Hollywood
Princess Diana Honored At Buckingham Palace Exhibit 20 Years After Her Deathwere presented to the queen during state visits and overseas tours, such as a m
Access Hollywood / Posted yesterday
were presented to the queen during state visits and overseas tours, such as a model of a warrior presented in 1974 from Papua New Guinea, and a portrait of the queen made with woven banana leaves, given to her in Rwanda in 2006. "I've tried to... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Buckingham Palace exhibit pays tribute to Princess Diana on 20th anniversary of her deathwere presented to the queen during state visits and overseas tours, such as a m
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
were presented to the queen during state visits and overseas tours, such as a model of a warrior presented in 1974 from Papua New Guinea, and a portrait of the queen made with woven banana leaves, given to her in Rwanda in 2006. “I’ve tried to... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Buckingham Palace exhibit marks 20 years since Diana's deathwere presented to the queen during state visits and overseas tours, such as a m
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
were presented to the queen during state visits and overseas tours, such as a model of a warrior presented in 1974 from Papua New Guinea, and a portrait of the queen made with woven banana leaves, given to her in Rwanda in 2006. "I've tried to... Read more
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CTV News
Buckingham Palace exhibit marks 20 years since Diana's deathwere presented to the queen during state visits and overseas tours, such as a m
CTV News / Posted yesterday
were presented to the queen during state visits and overseas tours, such as a model of a warrior presented in 1974 from Papua New Guinea, and a portrait of the queen made with woven banana leaves, given to her in Rwanda in 2006. "I've tried to... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Barrow Island junior Morgan Knowles earns Wales World Cup train-on callwhere they failed to progress from their group after losing all three matches.
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
where they failed to progress from their group after losing all three matches. They have been drawn against co-hosts Papua New Guinea, who they face first up on October 28, and Ireland in Pool C, along with facing Pool D side Fiji in an... Read more
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Adelaide Now
What really happened at KokodaKokoda. But it resonates. The Kokoda Campaign — which began 75 years ago this
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
Kokoda. But it resonates. The Kokoda Campaign — which began 75 years ago this weekend — and the broader battle for Papua New Guinea in World War Two breathed a new fire into the Anzac legend spawned at Gallipoli; and it was the crucible in... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Extraordinary bravery in vile conditionsKokoda – but it resonates. The Kokoda Campaign, which began 75 years ago this
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
Kokoda – but it resonates. The Kokoda Campaign, which began 75 years ago this weekend, and the broader battle for Papua New Guinea in World War II breathed a new fire into the Anzac legend spawned at Gallipoli; and it was the crucible in... Read more
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The Courier Mail
What really happened at KokodaKokoda. But it resonates. The Kokoda Campaign — which began 75 years ago this
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
Kokoda. But it resonates. The Kokoda Campaign — which began 75 years ago this weekend — and the broader battle for Papua New Guinea in World War Two breathed a new fire into the Anzac legend spawned at Gallipoli; and it was the crucible in... Read more
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News.com.au
What really happened at KokodaKokoda Anzac Day Ceremony April 250:20 Australian Governor-General Sir Peter C
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Kokoda Anzac Day Ceremony April 250:20 Australian Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove visited the iconic Kokoda Village in Papua New Guinea on Anzac Day, April 25. Sir Peter and Lady Cosgrove were welcomed by traditional dancers at the village.... Read more
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News.com.au
Extraordinary bravery in vile conditionsKokoda Anzac Day Ceremony April 250:20 Australian Governor-General Sir Peter C
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Kokoda Anzac Day Ceremony April 250:20 Australian Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove visited the iconic Kokoda Village in Papua New Guinea on Anzac Day, April 25. Sir Peter and Lady Cosgrove were welcomed by traditional dancers at the village.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Consciousness of Being -Imagining Biko 40 Years Onbut would fail to draw the world's attention to the genocide over 6 million of
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
but would fail to draw the world's attention to the genocide over 6 million of their kin in Sudan or over 500 000 in Papua New Guinea. The consequences of these 'comfortable politics' are responsible for the paradox where the prominent... Read more
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NZCity
Women close in on World Cup berthafter they dispatched Samoa 6-0 in the Oceania under-19 championship in Aucklan
NZCity / Posted yesterday
after they dispatched Samoa 6-0 in the Oceania under-19 championship in Auckland. The Kiwis have already swept aside Papua New Guinea, Fiji and New Caledonia in high-scoring victories. The tournament format is a straight round robin with no... Read more
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The North West Star
'Reeks of hypocrisy': The most popular APS flight routes revealedLee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
Lee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling out 6981 flights between Australia and the Papua New Guinea mainland and from Port Moresby and Manus Island. There were nearly 3000 flights from the PNG capital to... Read more
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Daily Liberal
'Reeks of hypocrisy': The most popular APS flight routes revealedLee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
Lee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling out 6981 flights between Australia and the Papua New Guinea mainland and from Port Moresby and Manus Island. There were nearly 3000 flights from the PNG capital to... Read more
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The Border Mail
'Reeks of hypocrisy': The most popular APS flight routes revealedLee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Lee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling out 6981 flights between Australia and the Papua New Guinea mainland and from Port Moresby and Manus Island. There were nearly 3000 flights from the PNG capital to... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'Reeks of hypocrisy': The most popular APS flight routes revealedLee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
Lee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling out 6981 flights between Australia and the Papua New Guinea mainland and from Port Moresby and Manus Island. There were nearly 3000 flights from the PNG capital to... Read more
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The Courier
'Reeks of hypocrisy': The most popular APS flight routes revealedLee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Lee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling out 6981 flights between Australia and the Papua New Guinea mainland and from Port Moresby and Manus Island. There were nearly 3000 flights from the PNG capital to... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
'Reeks of hypocrisy': The most popular APS flight routes revealedLee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
Lee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling out 6981 flights between Australia and the Papua New Guinea mainland and from Port Moresby and Manus Island. There were nearly 3000 flights from the PNG capital to... Read more
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The Young Witness
'Reeks of hypocrisy': The most popular APS flight routes revealedLee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
Lee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling out 6981 flights between Australia and the Papua New Guinea mainland and from Port Moresby and Manus Island. There were nearly 3000 flights from the PNG capital to... Read more
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Western Advocate
'Reeks of hypocrisy': The most popular APS flight routes revealedLee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
Lee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling out 6981 flights between Australia and the Papua New Guinea mainland and from Port Moresby and Manus Island. There were nearly 3000 flights from the PNG capital to... Read more
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Kiama Independent
'Reeks of hypocrisy': The most popular APS flight routes revealedLee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
Lee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling out 6981 flights between Australia and the Papua New Guinea mainland and from Port Moresby and Manus Island. There were nearly 3000 flights from the PNG capital to... Read more
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Manning River Times
'Reeks of hypocrisy': The most popular APS flight routes revealedLee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
Lee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling out 6981 flights between Australia and the Papua New Guinea mainland and from Port Moresby and Manus Island. There were nearly 3000 flights from the PNG capital to... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
'Reeks of hypocrisy': The most popular APS flight routes revealedLee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
Lee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling out 6981 flights between Australia and the Papua New Guinea mainland and from Port Moresby and Manus Island. There were nearly 3000 flights from the PNG capital to... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Where to spend your surging Aussie DollarThe Australian dollar is surging when stacked up against other world currencies
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
The Australian dollar is surging when stacked up against other world currencies. The US, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea are particularly good places to travel to and spend your money if you want to take advantage of the surge, with our... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Australia disappointed by delay in US refugee resettlementLanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on
Darien News-Review / Posted yesterday
Lanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on the impoverished Pacific island nations of Papua New Guinea and Nauru. Immigration and Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton said Australia wanted the refugees to... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Australia disappointed by delay in US refugee resettlementLanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted yesterday
Lanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on the impoverished Pacific island nations of Papua New Guinea and Nauru. Immigration and Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton said Australia wanted the refugees to... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Australia disappointed by delay in US refugee resettlementLanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on
Dayton Daily News / Posted yesterday
Lanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on the impoverished Pacific island nations of Papua New Guinea and Nauru. Immigration and Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton said Australia wanted the refugees to... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Australia disappointed by delay in US refugee resettlementLanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
Lanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on the impoverished Pacific island nations of Papua New Guinea and Nauru. Immigration and Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton said Australia wanted the refugees to... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Australia disappointed by delay in US refugee resettlementLanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted yesterday
Lanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on the impoverished Pacific island nations of Papua New Guinea and Nauru. Immigration and Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton said Australia wanted the refugees to... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Australia disappointed by delay in US refugee resettlementLanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on
The New Canaan News / Posted yesterday
Lanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on the impoverished Pacific island nations of Papua New Guinea and Nauru. Immigration and Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton said Australia wanted the refugees to... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Australia disappointed by delay in US refugee resettlementLanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
Lanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on the impoverished Pacific island nations of Papua New Guinea and Nauru. Immigration and Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton said Australia wanted the refugees to... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Australia disappointed by delay in US refugee resettlementLanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted yesterday
Lanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on the impoverished Pacific island nations of Papua New Guinea and Nauru. Immigration and Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton said Australia wanted the refugees to... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Australia disappointed by delay in US refugee resettlementLanka - who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted yesterday
Lanka - who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on the impoverished Pacific island nations of Papua New Guinea and Nauru. Immigration and Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton said Australia wanted the refugees to... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Australia disappointed by delay in US refugee resettlementLanka - who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted yesterday
Lanka - who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on the impoverished Pacific island nations of Papua New Guinea and Nauru. Immigration and Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton said Australia wanted the refugees to... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Australia disappointed by delay in US refugee resettlementLanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Lanka — who have been languishing for up to four years in immigration camps on the impoverished Pacific island nations of Papua New Guinea and Nauru. Immigration and Border Protection Minister Peter Dutton said Australia wanted the refugees to... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Pacific flavours to tickle palates at Auckland Food Show‘coconut jerky’), chocolate, cocoa and health products based on organically gro
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 days ago
‘coconut jerky’), chocolate, cocoa and health products based on organically grown turmeric. The nine export companies from Papua New Guinea (PNG), Fiji, Samoa, Tonga and Niue will be housed in individual booths at a special, Pacific-themed stand... Read more
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The Courier
International Cup fixture releasedtaking place at the two school’s will be held on Wednesday, August 9. Round tw
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
taking place at the two school’s will be held on Wednesday, August 9. Round two of the men’s division one fixture will see Papua New Guinea face off against France at Mount Clear College at 12.30pm. In the same time slot, the Irish will battle... Read more
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Canberra Times
Not the retiring type: Tony Abbott and Kevin Rudd can't let gominister engaged in what some called rank revisionism, when he claimed his 2013
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
minister engaged in what some called rank revisionism, when he claimed his 2013 refugee offshore processing agreement with Papua New Guinea was only supposed to last a year. "Refugees should've been resettled in Oz by Abbott/Turnbull 3 yrs ago,"... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Not the retiring type: Tony Abbott and Kevin Rudd can't let gominister engaged in what some called rank revisionism, when he claimed his 2013
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
minister engaged in what some called rank revisionism, when he claimed his 2013 refugee offshore processing agreement with Papua New Guinea was only supposed to last a year. "Refugees should've been resettled in Oz by Abbott/Turnbull 3 yrs ago,"... Read more
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The Age
Not the retiring type: Tony Abbott and Kevin Rudd can't let gominister engaged in what some called rank revisionism, when he claimed his 2013
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
minister engaged in what some called rank revisionism, when he claimed his 2013 refugee offshore processing agreement with Papua New Guinea was only supposed to last a year. "Refugees should've been resettled in Oz by Abbott/Turnbull 3 yrs ago,"... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Port Moresby, Manus Island among most flown APS destinationsLee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
Lee Rhiannon accused the Turnbull government of misusing public money, calling out 6981 flights between Australia and the Papua New Guinea mainland and from Port Moresby and Manus Island. There were nearly 3000 flights from the PNG capital to... Read more
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