Papuans make two week pilgrimage in missionaries' steps
Mount Hagen, Papua New Guinea, Apr 22, 2014 / 09:04 pm .- Catholics in Papua New Guinea honored the evangelization, 80 years ago, of the remote interior of the nation's main island by making a pilgrimage in the steps of its first missionaries.
80 years on: 500 pilgrims walk from Madang to Mt Hagen
ACTIONS speak louder than words in Papua New Guinea culture. It is customary that when a person does something good, words do not fully express the appreciation.
Six killed in PNG sorcery attack
Police in Papua New Guinea have detained 180 people after a witch hunt that left six people dead, including two children.
Iowa Wwii Pilot Returns Home 70 Years Later Following Discovery of Remains in New Guinea
More than 70 years after completing his 89th fighter escort mission, 1st Lt. Class Louis L. Longman is returning home to Iowa.
Don't crush the Manus inquiry, says leading Australian newspaper
A HIGHLY unusual and welcome feature of Papua New Guinea's justice system is that any judge, on their own initiative, can commence legal action if they suspect a person or institution has breached or will breach human rights.