Papua New Guinea's national carrier, Air Niugini, recently announced that it will commence operations to the Federated State of Micronesia later this year. Hang on! Federated State of Micronesia? Why is this country of interest to Air Niugini, let alone the Papua New Guinea travelling public,
By Andrew Stone | NZHerald[caption id="attachment_16003" align="aligncenter" width="750"] A rusting WWII Japanese tank at the Kokopo Museum. Photo / Andrew Stone[/caption]
As the godwit flies, Rabaul, a South Pacific town of many stories, is about 4300km northwest of Auckland.
That's about the same distance as Tahiti. Although
By Sarah Linn | THE TRIBUTEArtists from New Guinea’s Asmat ethnic group will demonstrate traditional drumming, ceremonial dancing and expert woodworking at Cuesta College.
Master craftsmen Biatus Amernat and Feransiskus Yemes will display elaborately carved drums, masks and costumes Tuesday at a free cultural exchange
[caption id="attachment_16012" align="aligncenter" width="800"] From L-R Digicel Staff Claire Torrie, Aileen Asi and Juliet Kulmoi at the Facebook Free Service Staff Launch at the telco’s headquarters in Port Moresby last Friday.[/caption]
Update 28 October 2016: It will now cost to access FREE FACEBOOK mode.
In a Facebook
[caption id="attachment_15962" align="aligncenter" width="777"] CEO Robin Fleming with staff and the Taguru Community, during a pre-handover visit to the project site earlier this month.[/caption]
Community leaders, parents and youngsters of Taguru Community in Southern Highlands, received a new basketball court, thanks to Bank South Pacific (BSP)
By Christine Cornege | NZHeraldI'm glad I'm married.
However, if I wasn't, it is good to know that in Mount Hagen I would be considered an A-class wife. Thanks to my university education I could fetch a dowry of 60,000 kina - approximately $35,000 - and