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News 8 new results for Papua New Guinea
PNG PM launches defamation proceedings
Sydney Morning Herald
AAP. Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Peter O’Neill is pressing ahead with defamation proceedings against Opposition Leader Belden Namah. Mr O’Neill on Wednesday filed a writ of summons in PNG’s courts against Mr Namah, alleging he had publicly
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PNG police officers accused of wounding suspects
Radio New Zealand
The Papua New Guinea police have arrested an officer over accusations that police used bush knives to sever Achilles tendons of suspects as they were lying on the ground. Three policemen are claimed to have carried out the violence on suspects who were
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Basic Materials in Focus: InterOil Corporation (NYSE:IOC) and ExxonMobil
Techsonian
Oil leading company ExxonMobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM) has moved into exclusive negotiation with Houston-located InterOil Corporation (NYSE:IOC) and its JV partner Pacific LNG, for a potential oil agreement in Papua New Guinea. The financial details
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Indochine Mining to raise $5-6M for Mt Kare project in Papua New Guinea
Proactive Investors Australia
In April, Indochine intersected more high-grade gold from the first four drill holes targeting the Western Roscoelite Bonanza Zone at the 1.8 million ounces Mt Kare Gold-Silver Project in Papua New Guinea. Best results included 14 metres at 15.3 g/t
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Kayaker’s ‘close call’ fails to dent spirit
Nelson Mail
Nelson kayaker Ari Walker has returned safe and sound as part of the first group to successfully kayak Papua New Guinea’s Chimbu River. He completed the expedition with West Coast kayakers Jordan Searl, Barny Young and Matt Coles as part of a Hillary
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Joh revered over Torres Strait border dispute
SBS
That call came from Port Moresby for the Torres Strait to be divided, mainly because of the fact that umm, when PNG received their independence under international law, obviously they were entitled to the continental shelf and the economic boundary
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Special delivery for fireman
New Zealand Herald
It’s a fast-paced life in the air force – almost as soon as soon as he returns to Auckland, he is off on another mission to Papua New Guinea. "I am constantly travelling and continuously training, and I have spent more time out of New Zealand than in
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The currency union that’d drag Australia south
Business Spectator
And if you really can’t help yourself and desperately yearn for a currency union between Australia and New Zealand against all odds, then at least you should also include Papua New Guinea. Simply because every failing monetary union deserves its Greece.
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No Right Turn: Barbarism in PNG
By Idiot/Savant
The Papua New Guinea police have arrested an officer over accusations that police used bush knives to sever Achilles tendons of suspects as they were lying on the ground. Three policemen are claimed to have carried out the violence on
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PNG na Solomon Catholic i agensim death penalty
Radio Australia
Father Roche ibin mekim dipela toktok bihain long Papua New Guinea Parliament ibin wanbel long sampela senis long Criminal Code o loa blong kantri long Tunde dispela wik blong oraitim death penalty. Em itok, Church i hamamas long gavman i luksave
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Pacific Women’s Network Against Violence Against Women Condemns PNG
The Jet Newspaper
The Pacific Women’s Network Against Violence Against Women (PWNAVAW) condemns the recently announced decision of the Government of Papua New Guinea to revive the death penalty and extend it to the offences of rape, robbery and murder. PNG’s
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PNG to explain repeal of Sorcery Act
Radio New Zealand International
Papua New Guinea’s justice minister says a massive media campaign will be launched to educate the public about Parliament’s decision to repeal the controversial Sorcery Act. The act has been criticised in recent months after a spate of sorcery-related
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Revived PNG death penalty open to constitutional challenge
Radio New Zealand International
A former Papua New Guinea Chief Justice says there could be constitutional challenges to a law change reactivating the death penalty. The new law allows for five types of execution – hanging, lethal injection, deprivation of oxygen, firing squad and
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New injury setback for Huddersfield Giants forward Jason Chan
Huddersfield Examiner
The Papua New Guinea international will undergo surgery early next week to repair the damage. But head coach Paul Anderson already knows it’ll be mid-August at the earliest before Chan will be in position to return to action. article_mpuAdvertisement
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Papua New Guinea’s unique festival season underway
e-Travel Blackboard (press release)
Papua New Guinea’s festival season, which includes the popular Goroka Show, the National Canoe and Kundu Festival and the fascinating Crocodile Festival, offers travellers a taste of PNG’s rich and varied culture. Peter Vincent, CEO of PNG Tourism
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Australian ruling elite prepares further military interventions into South Pacific
World Socialist Web Site
These were bluntly spelled out in 2011 by then US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, when she informed a Congressional committee about American interests in Papua New Guinea (PNG). “Let’s put aside the moral, humanitarian, do-good side of what we
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Mysteries unwrapped
Portland Tribune
created today, both artificially and naturally,” expert Heather Gill-Frerking says, referring to the example of a body left in a warm and dry apartment and preserving, or mummification still being part of honoring the deceased such as in Papua New
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Hunslet Hawks 22 Sheffield Eagles 28: Eagles soar to top of the table after
Yorkshire Post
Menzie Yere, the Papua New Guinea international centre, collected his 22nd and 23rd tries of the season in the opening 24 minutes, both converted by Dom Brambini. Yere’s co-centre Tom Armstrong slid over for the third try and when winger Scott Turner
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Exxon Mobil ‘off’ on natural gas price drag
Houston Chronicle
Exxon Mobil, the world’s second-most valuable public company after Apple, plans to spend $38 billion a year on new projects. These include expanding Canadian oil sands efforts, starting up a massive liquefied gas effort in Papua New Guinea, and
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Three mining companies granted mining exploration licences in Fiji
Radio New Zealand International
The Deep Sea Mining Campaign – an organisation opposing the world’s first deep sea mining project by Nautilus Minerals in Papua New Guinea’s Bismarck Sea – has great concerns about licences being issued in Fiji. The campaign’s co-ordinator, Dr Helen
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Radio New Zealand International
GTF triathlon sprint races start Sunday
Pacific Daily News
The race series is a "no-frills" fundraiser, according to a news release from the federation, to benefit the GTF National Team at the Pacific Islands Triathlon Championship in Papua New Guinea. A sprint distance triathlon is a 750-meter open ocean swim
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Big feet preference in rural Indonesia defies one-size-fits-all theory of
Science Codex
an overall preference for women with small feet. Respondents from Iran, Lithuania, Brazil, the United States and India rated women with small feet more attractive, but those from Cambodia, Papua New Guinea, and Tanzania preferred women with big feet.
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Control without sharpened stick
Egyptian Gazette
Imagine a Hiace bus turning up in the jungles of, say, Papua New Guinea. After several years of rusting away and allowing the tendrils to curl around the window frames, colonies of bats hang upside-down behind the threadbare curtains, and wasps have
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Poverty Increases Violence against Women: Study
Sudan Vision
In an example from Papua New Guinea, Christine Bradley, the Principal Project Officer for the PNG Law Commission reports: ‘some husbands prevent their wives from attending meetings by locking them up in the house, or by pulling them off the vehicle
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Divided on PNG death penalty
The Australian
THE introduction of the death penalty for crimes including aggravated rape, armed robbery and murder in Papua New Guinea has received strong international criticism, but won domestic backing – though not unanimously. Scholar Kakas, the president of the
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Missionary prepares for Papua New Guinea return
Hometownlife.com
Pidgin is Papua New Guinea’s native tongue, which all missionaries are required to learn. Some even have to master a multitude of dialects. “The missionaries that are working with the tribal folks in the bush speak their language, which is a whole
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Catholic Bishops in PNG and Solomons criticise death penalty decision
Radio New Zealand International
The Catholic Church is dismayed at the Papua New Guinea government’s decision to reinstate the death penalty. The Catholic Bishops Conference has reacted angrily and accused the Government and Parliament for ignoring the public debate on the death
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Radio New Zealand International
ExxonMobil targets InterOil assets for PNG LNG expansion
ICIS (subscription)
ExxonMobil has laid the foundations to expand its PNG LNG project in Papua New Guinea after holding exclusive talks with InterOil to purchase a stake in the US-listed explorer’s Elk and Antelope gas fields. Houston-based InterOil said on Friday that it
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Midwives, the Frontline and Backbone of Maternal Health, Face Difficult
New Security Beat
“Midwives are the frontline and backbone” of maternal health, said Pat Brodie of the Papua New Guinea Maternal and Child Health Initiative and WHO Collaborating Center for Nursing, Midwifery, and Health Development. But recruitment of midwives has
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Regional diaspora meet to be held in Sydney
Newstrack India
The Indian diaspora from countries like Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Fiji, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Hong Kong, the Philippines and the Pacific Island are likely to participate in the three-day event. The event is being organised by
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Must-Reads from Around the World
TIME
Sorcery Law — Papua New Guinea plans to repeal its 1971 Sorcery Act and reinstate the death penalty in certain cases to reduce violence against people accused of practicing witchcraft, reports the New York Times. In the past year, a rise in the number
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Big feet preference in rural Indonesia defies one – size – fits – all theory
Eureka! Science News
Respondents from Iran, Lithuania, Brazil, the United States and India rated women with small feet more attractive, but those from Cambodia, Papua New Guinea, and Tanzania preferred women with big feet. Kushnick wondered why small-foot preferences
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News 10 new results for Papua New Guinea
Amnesty condemns PNG death penalty reinstatement
Radio New Zealand International
The decision by the Papua New Guinea parliament to reinstate the death penalty has been sharply criticised by Amnesty International. Capital punishment was reactivated on Tuesday after being dormant since the 1950s, and will apply for crimes including
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Radio New Zealand International
10 most unusual discoveries of 2013
Independent Online
In this 2009 photo released by Louisiana State University, a frog sits on a US dime Near the Amau River in Papua, New Guinea. The species was claimed as the world s smallest invertebrate on Wednesday, January. 11, 2012. Christopher Austin nad Eric
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Independent Online
Heron makes a rare appearance
Southland Times
The Pacific heron is rarely seen outside Australia and Papua New Guinea and official records say it has been seen in New Zealand only seven times between 1952 and 2003. Mr Hawkins said he was driving in the Otapiri/Hedgehope area on Sunday when
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Paul Gauguin Cruises Presents Its Voyages By Gauguin 2014 Collection Brochure
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com
Maiden ports include: Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands; Kieta, Bougainville, Papua New Guinea; Rabaul, Papua New Guinea; Samarai Island, Papua New Guinea; Thursday Island, Australia; Darwin, Australia; Komodo Island, Indonesia; Benoa, Bali, Indonesia;
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Cobham Wins A$85 Mln Aviation Services Contract Extension From Ok Tedi
RTT News
L) announced that it has received a five year contract worth A$85 million from Ok Tedi Mining, Limited or OTML, extending the scope of its Fly-in Fly-out or FIFO aviation services to transport workers to the remote mines in Papua New Guinea through to
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Exxon Mobil CEO: Kearl Oil-Sands Expansion 30% Complete
Wall Street Journal
Speaking to shareholders at the company’s annual meeting, which was webcast from Dallas, the executive also said Exxon’s Papua New Guinea liquefied natural-gas project is on schedule for start up in 2014. Both projects are part of 31 major project
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Maersk’s 8.4 Billion Bananas Key for Profitable Ships: Freight
Businessweek
Maersk is now working in Papua New Guinea to haul tuna. “With a world that has a growing population, and our land not growing, it’s important that we become more productive in how we manage our food supply,” said UTC’s Mandyck. To contact the reporter
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Energy stocks retreat a day after rally
MarketWatch
Speaking to shareholders at the company’s annual meeting, Tillerson also said Exxon’s Papua New Guinea liquefied-natural-gas project is on schedule to start in 2014. Both are part of 31 major project startups Exxon has scheduled for 2012-2017.
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MarketWatch
London close: Stocks plummet as bond yields rise
ShareCast
Defence and security group Cobham was also lower despite winning a AUD$85m five-year contract extension in Papua New Guinea for its Fly-in Fly-out (FIFO) aviation services to transport workers to remote mines. FTSE 100 – Risers Eurasian Natural
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Comedy Central launches in Malaysia, Philippines
Indiantelevision.com
The channel will also launch on Philippines platforms Cablelink and Viva Communications. Comedy Central Asia is now in nine markets and on 15 providers across Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Cambodia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Samoa,
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News 15 new results for Papua New Guinea
PNG parliament moves to re-establish death penalty
ABC Online
Several crimes are now punishable by death in Papua New Guinea after the country’s parliament has moved to re-establish capital punishment. Crimes now punishable by death include murder, aggravated rape and robbery after PNG’s parliament passed
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Exxon, IOC in Papua New Guinea Pact – Analyst Blog
NASDAQ
Oil major ExxonMobil Corporation ( XOM ) has entered into exclusive negotiation with Houston-based InterOil Corporation ( IOC ) and its joint venture partner Pacific LNG for a possible oil deal in Papua New Guinea. The financial details and the timing
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Palimen blong Papua New Guinea klostu i kamapim loa blong kilim pipol.
Radio Australia
Praim Minista blong Papua New Guinea Peter O’Neill i givim bikpela tok tenk yu long ol women grup,ol lain blong lotu,olgrup long komuniti,em oli bin askim olsem imas gat strongpela mekim save imas kamap long pinisim ol dispela ol pasin nogut iwok long
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Katam provides PNG with Fijian sevens flair
Fiji Times
Mara Katam, left, and the PNG sevens team pose for a photo after their scrimmage session with the Police team at Nasova grounds in Suva, yesterday. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU. FIJI-born Papua New Guinea sevens rep Mara Katam is hoping to reunite with
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PNG PM’s office issue alert
Islands Business
PORT MORESBY, PNG — The Prime Minister’s Office has issued an alert to all, to be wary of any correspondence, bearing the purported signature of the Prime Minister, Peter O’Neill. The alert is to all service providers within the public and private
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PM moves to recoup K15m
Islands Business
PORT MORESBY, PNG — The commissioners of the special agriculture business leases (SABL) have been given an ultimatum of 30 days to produce the final report or refund the money approved for the inquiry to the State. Papua New Guinea Prime Minister
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New law looked at to expand rural radio in PNG
Islands Business
PORT MORESBY, PNG — A law on rural communication will be established under the National Information and Communication Technology Authority Act to expand and improve communication services in rural areas. Minister for Communication and Central
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Application for US visa now through Fiji
Solomon Star
This was revealed by the Papua New Guinea (PNG) based United Sates consular, Lee Calkins in a press conference yesterday at the US Consular Agency BJS building, Point Cruz in Honiara. Mr Lee said that in the past, Solomon Islanders faces difficulties
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Training for jobs
Fiji Times
A COMPANY offering occupational health and safety training for workers in selective industries like mining and construction has revealed the possibility of securing employment for participants in Papua New Guinea. OPS Atlas, an international technical
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Rio Tinto start talks begin on reopening Bougainville mine
SteelGuru
ABC reported that formal talks are being held on the reopening of the Rio Tinto owned copper mine on Papua New Guinea’s island of Bougainville. It is the first time landowners will be formally consulted about the mine’s future. Rio Tinto’s Panguna
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Pukpuks to test local clubs
Fiji Times
PAPUA New Guinea has retained six players that helped them win the 2011 Pacific Games bronze medal for this weekend’s Marist 7s tournament. Douglas Guise, Albert Levi, Gairo Varo, Tissa Kautu, Roland Namo and Henry Liliket who all played a huge
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Australian miners, disclose what you pay our neighbours
The Conversation
Timor Leste, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands are host to numerous Australian domiciled or ASX listed extractive companies, all of whom operate under both Australian corporation law, as well as the individual regulation and legislation of host
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The Conversation
Germany Rethinks Repatriation Principles
Indian Country Today Media Network
April, the medical museum and officials who direct the anatomy collection of Charité Hospital, a sister organization also in Berlin, returned 33 skulls and skeletons to members of the Torres Strait Islands between northern Australia and Papua New
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Papua New Guinea repeals Sorcery Act while moving closer to executions
Tolerance
Headline Title: Papua New Guinea moves closer to executions 28 May 2013 Papua New Guinea’s new laws expanding the use of the death penalty to a wider set of crimes, and signalling a move towards resuming executions, are a horrific and regressive
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Green scheme rush to lend $800m
The Australian
Deterrent: PAPUA New Guinea will start executing people for aggravated rape, armed robbery or murder, following parliament’s passing yesterday of a succession of bills aimed at combating the country’s law and order crisis. Fighters: GREATER efforts by
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Formal talks begin on reopening Bougainville mine
Radio Australia
Formal talks began today on the reopening of the Rio Tinto-owned copper mine on Papua New Guinea’s island of Bougainville. Formal talks are being held today on the reopening of the Rio Tinto-owned copper mine on Papua New Guinea’s island of
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Polye laments promising future
Fiji Times
PAPUA New Guinea is enjoying solid economic growth and the future looks bright despite serious development challenges facing the country, Treasurer Don Polye told Parliament recently. He said the PNG economy had grown by 170 per cent over the past
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New Pineapple Cup champ awaits
Fiji Broadcasting Corporation
A new champion will be crowned in this year’s Pineapple Cup challenge at the South Pacific Bowling Carnival at Suva Bowling Club. This comes after last year’s champion Peter Topal from Papua New Guinea will not be featuring this year. Suva Bowling Club
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Fiji Broadcasting Corporation
MSG drive to push investment
Fiji Broadcasting Corporation
This comes following interest from between five and ten investors in Papua New Guinea for investment in our tourism, manufacturing and real estate sectors. Investment Fiji CEO Ravuni Uluilakeba says the interest from PNG will also attract other MSG
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Fiji Broadcasting Corporation
Quartet make NZ grade
Wairarapa Times-Age
Sian Chapman, Emma Kruszona, Katie Smith and Simone Small will contest a series of events against opposition from Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia, French Polynesia, Samoa, Fiji, Kiribati, Indonesia, Vanuatu and Nauru. The Kiwi contingent
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Mead on mission
Northern Star
Matt Robertsgetty Images. TITANS winger David Mead returned to training yesterday after breaking his jaw for the second time this season. Mead, who was born in Papua New Guinea and grew up in Lismore, is hopeful of returning to the field in five weeks.
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No advantage, no work, dwindling hope: the asylum seeker’s lot
The Guardian
The problems of the several hundred post-13 August arrivals sent to reopened processing centres on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea and the remote Pacific island of Nauru are receiving some publicity. But the more than 4,200 so far released into the
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Papua New Guinea reinstates death penalty after gruesome sorcery
CANBERRA (Reuters) – Papua New Guinea has reinstated the death penalty and repealed controversial sorcery laws after a string of gruesome witch killings
www.reuters.com/…/us-png-deathpenalty-idUSBRE94S04R20…
PNG move on death penalty raises concerns for asylum seekers
Janet Kemo Fogodi was victim of a brutal attack in which a family member tried to murder her due to "sorcery". Changes to PNG laws will prevent people who
www.canberratimes.com.au/…/png-move-on-death-penalty-rai…
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Amnesty rejects PNG death penalty bid | The Courier-Mail
AMNESTY International has criticised a move by Papua New Guinea to revive the death penalty as a regressive step for the poverty-stricken Pacific nation,
www.couriermail.com.au/…/story-e6freoo6-1226652849283
PNG condemned for reviving death penalty | The Times
After six decades without an execution Papua New Guinea this week revived its long defunct death penalty as part of a draconian new criminal code that has
www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/world/asia/article3777515.ece
PNG move on death penalty raises concerns for asylum seekers
Asylum seekers on Manus Island will be subject to the death penalty, the department of immigration has confirmed.
www.bordermail.com.au/…/png-move-on-death-penalty-raises…
Amnesty rejects PNG death penalty bid – News – MSN New Zealand
Amnesty International has criticised a move by Papua New Guinea to revive the death penalty.
news.msn.co.nz/…/amnesty-rejects-png-death-penalty-bid
PNG: Death penalty laws expanded, report local media
AUCKLAND (Pacific Media Watch): Parliament in Papua New Guinea gave a resounding yes to dramatically expanding the use of the death penalty yesterday,
www.pmc.aut.ac.nz/…/png-death-penalty-laws-extended-repor…
Media Release: Papua New Guinea to repeal sorcery law | UN
The Australian National Committee for UN Women has welcomed yesterday’s announcement that the Parliament of Papua New Guinea will next month debate
https://unwomen.org.au/…/media-release-papua-new-guinea-re…
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News 10 new results for Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea Moves to Repeal Sorcery Act
New York Times
SYDNEY, Australia — Papua New Guinea’s Parliament has voted to repeal the country’s Sorcery Act and also to reinstate the use of the death penalty in certain cases to help stem an increase in violence against people accused of practicing black magic.
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PNG expands death penalty
TVNZ
Although the death penalty already existed in law in Papua New Guinea, there had been no executions since the country’s independence in 1954. The government announced this month that it intended to restart executions as part of crime prevention policy.
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Amnesty rejects PNG death penalty bid
Adelaide Now
AMNESTY International has criticised a move by Papua New Guinea to revive the death penalty as a regressive step for the poverty-stricken Pacific nation, branding it state-sanctioned violence. The country’s parliament on Tuesday passed laws allowing
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Amnesty International condemns PNG death penalty
3News NZ
Amnesty International has condemned Papua New Guinea’s [PNG] decision to expand its use of the death penalty to a wider range of crimes, saying it is a "horrific and regressive step". Following a series of horrific murders and sex crimes, PNG’s
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PNG policeman arrested over achilles wounding
Radio New Zealand International
Papua New Guinea’s top policeman, Tom Kulunga, says it is totally unbelievable officers allegedly slashed the achilles tendons of a group of people in Port Moresby last Saturday. Signs are the group had not committed an offence and were returning to
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Radio New Zealand International
Cobham wins aviation contract extension in Papua New Guinea
ShareCast
Cobham wins aviation contract extension in Papua New Guinea LONDON (SHARECAST) – Cobham, the FTSE 250 defence and security technology group, has won a five-year contract extension in Papua New Guinea for its Fly-in Fly-out (FIFO) aviation
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Exxon the likely developer of new PNG LNG project
Radio Australia
Exxon Mobil looks the most likely candidate to sign onto PNG’s second LNG project in the Gulf. Exxon the likely developer of new PNG LNG project (Credit: ABC). The debate and negotiations are ongoing with questions about the likely monopoly Exxon will
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Updates from Brewin Dolphin and Thomas Cook
Aol Money
Staying in the air, Cobham claims it has received a five year contract worth AUD $85 million from Ok Tedi Mining, Limited (OTML), extending the scope of its Fly-in Fly-out (FIFO) aviation services to transport workers to the remote mines in Papua New
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Call for Sustainable Solutions to Feed the World
TheFishSite.com
The Ministers of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of Australia, Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Kazakhstan, Mali, Papua New Guinea, Peru and Serbia then addressed the 81st General Session of the World
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London open: Chinese slowdown fears hit stocks early on
ShareCast
Defence and security group Cobham was lower despite winning a AUD$85m five-year contract extension in Papua New Guinea for its Fly-in Fly-out (FIFO) aviation services to transport workers to remote mines. De La Rue, which makes banknotes, was also
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