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Comments (15)

  1. Jim Cormack says:

    Loved PNG when I was there for 11 years and hopefully the country will increase prosperity for all through a united people

  2. Paul Linsley says:

    I was in Papua New Guinea from 1979 until 2002 working with ELCOM for 17 years then ISLANDS COMMUNICATIONS in Rabaul and finally with PACOM COMMUNICATIONS based in Port Moreby.

    I married a Papua New Guinean girl from Kainantu/Yonki and we had three children who are now in Australia with me. Twenty three years is a long time and I still feel more a Papua New Guinean than an Australian.

    • skerah says:

      That sure is a long time. Nice to keep in touch with PNG.

    • Steve Boulter says:

      Paul, I also worked for Elcom from 1980 to 1990. I remember you visiting Ru Creek/Kimbe in 1982 to sort out a communications issue. We spent our final 3 years in Yonki. Best 10 years of my life. Such a beautiful country with so much potential. Will be returning for a visit later in the year.

  3. Craig says:

    There’s much for people to celebrate…but plenty to look forward to still

  4. Nesu says:

    PNG em ples ya

  5. Patricia says:

    There’s no place like my home, PNG! Such a Blessed nation.

  6. Lynda says:

    Was born in Wapenamunda and left at age 11. Beautiful memories of the people, flora, fauna and most of all the great weather. Congratulations to all wantoks on the celebration of PNG Independence.

  7. Laho says:

    PNG em mi ya

  8. Scott B says:

    Spent 12 years from the late 80’s in POM – still plenty of family around the country.

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