The Pride of Papua New Guinea In Flames
14 Jun
2018
Written by Administrator

The Pride of Papua New Guinea In Flames »

The sight of Papua New Guinea’s flag carrier anywhere around the world is a sight to behold. It reminds us of our motherland, Read more…

A walkway to nowhere
18 Jun
2017
Written by Administrator

A walkway to nowhere »

Opinion
1086

Well, what do you have to say about this, huh?  Disappointed?  I’m flabbergasted to say the least.

This is a photo taken Read more…

2017 International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development
27 Feb
2017
Written by Administrator

2017 International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development »

Opinion
995

The year 2017 is the United Nation’s International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development.  As a member of the United Nations World Read more…

Why selling of regional flags must be banned in the month of September
12 Sep
2016
Written by Administrator

Why selling of regional flags must be banned in the month of September »

Opinion
1604

If you’re driving around Port Moresby, chances are you’ll come across street sellers who will be waiving mini flags in front of Read more…

The Embarrassed Colonialist by Sean Dorney
20 Jun
2016
Written by Administrator

The Embarrassed Colonialist by Sean Dorney »

Opinion
1508

PNG expert Sean Dorney examines PNG’s weaknesses and strengths since independence and argues that, for moral and practical reasons, Australia needs to reconnect with Papua New Guinea.

Why retirement is a tough ask in Papua New Guinea
22 Mar
2015
Written by Administrator

Why retirement is a tough ask in Papua New Guinea »

How much we need to save for retirement is as uncertain as how secure our jobs are.  In Papua New Guinea, many Read more…

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