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Air safety authorities in Papua New Guinea have released a preliminary report into a plane crash that killed an Australian trainee pilot last month.
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New research suggests the length of time a woman takes off after giving birth influences her risk of depression - a finding that is at odds with the normal American time off for childbirth.
Despite falling prices, those with a long view and deep pockets on the mainland and in HK are buying projects worldwide, especially for gold Mining projects around the world, such as this site in Peru, are languishing for lack of funds.
The World Bank's Board of Executive Directors today approved a US$5.2 million grant for the First Economic Reform Development Policy Operation to help strengthen the delivery of public services and improve the sustainability of public finances in Kiribati.
FASHION Week Limited managing director Ellen Whippy-Knight is hoping to set up Samoa's first Fashion Week in August next year.
A 68-year-old man has been caught with $1.5 million of methamphetamine in his luggage after being tricked by Nigerian internet scammers.
Laurissa Smith Owners of high-profile Ravensworth Station near Hay have sold half their property to Agribusiness Tandou.
Soroptimist International President Ann Garvie communicated that she is truly delighted to announce the outcome of the election of Soroptimist International President-Elect to Yvonne Simpson from the Federation of the South West Pacific.
Rotarians Against Malaria display one of the insecticide treated mosquito nets being used throughout Papua New Guinea.
WHILE PRIME MINISTER PETER O'NEILL has claimed to have intervened to stop further destruction of traditional carvings in Parliament House, there is evidence that the ransacking continues at the behest of Speaker Theo Zurenuoc and with the active support of Community Development Minister Loujaya Kouza.
The Company entered into a Sale & Farm-In Agreement with Pan Pacific Copper covering EL1747 located on Misima Island, Papua New Guinea.
PETER JENNINGS AND KARL CLAXTON's recent ASPI Special Report A stitch in time: Preserving peace on Bougainville represents an important-and necessary-attempt to move Bougainville to the centre stage of Australian foreign and strategic policy debates.
FIJI has withdrawn from the Pacific ACP meeting in the Solomon Islands organised by the Forum Secretariat, saying the PACP should not be pressured by the EU into making agreements that can have detrimental long-term impacts.
A veteran Waikato police officer who claims he was forced to resign after a pattern of bullying and threatening behaviour has been allowed to take a case against police.
EXPANDING trade and investment opportunities with Papua New Guinea is on the agenda as Australian and PNG ministers meet in Canberra.
Believes living in Townsville is like being a constant holiday due to its magnificent surroundings.