Gone bushwalking
3 Mar
2016
Written by Pauline Mago-King

Gone bushwalking »

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Bushwalking has always been a favourite pastime of mine simply because it allows me to be alone with my thoughts. I’m especially fond of it as it makes me feel like an explorer out in the wilderness.

Brunch on a Sunday
1 Mar
2016
Written by Administrator

Brunch on a Sunday »

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The pancakes with maple syrup and strawberries is delicious! The Edge Cafe located at Harbour City.

 

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Getaway in the Duke of York Islands
22 Feb
2016
Written by Pauline Mago-King

Getaway in the Duke of York Islands »

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There is an aura of tranquillity that is found in the isles of Duke of York and I suppose one can already feel Read more…

PNG tunes in to World Radio Day
12 Feb
2016
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PNG tunes in to World Radio Day »

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United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation’s theme this year is “Radio in Times of Emergency and Disaster”.

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A Mysterious River Monster Could Help Save Papua New Guinea’s Rainforests
10 Feb
2016
Written by Administrator

A Mysterious River Monster Could Help Save Papua New Guinea’s Rainforests »

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Scientists say sport fishing for the Niugini black bass could benefit the people of the South Pacific nation—but only if biologists learn more Read more…

Castaways Return Home After 41 Days Lost At Sea
4 Feb
2016
Written by Administrator

Castaways Return Home After 41 Days Lost At Sea »

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The two castaways washed ashore at Satawan Atoll, in the Federated States of Micronesia. Three others, including a pregnant woman, did not survive.

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