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'Bougainville': from punchline to looming issue for Australia

Daniel Flitton | Fairfax Media

“Bougainville” has been a punchline of Australian politics – a put down for Broadmeadows, or used by Kevin Rudd to describe Julia Gillard’s occupation of the Lodge. 698 more words

Papua New Guinea

Section 1 Class A Track & Field Championships results


Section 1 Class A Track & Field Championships

At Clarkstown South


Team key and standings:

1. North Rockland (NRk) 102.5; 2. Clarkstown North (CN) 59.5; 3. 569 more words



after Baudelaire

Constantly at my side this demon hovers;
He swims about me like the impalpable air;
I breathe in and I can feel him burning my lungs… 461 more words

The People's Poetry

PNG to review death penalty

Papua New Guinea is reviewing plans to begin executing death-row prisoners. Prime Minister Peter O’Neill backed the reintroduction of capital punishment two years ago but has now referred the issue to for review. 30 more words

Death Penalty

PNG, 40 years after independence, can be more than a quarry

Bougainville’s much-loathed Panguna mine may reopen. Australia and the US are contesting Pacific energy assets. What future is there for PNG?

Antony Loewenstein | The Guardian… 971 more words

Papua New Guinea

PNGSDP considers options after Court declines to hear case

Radio New Zealand

The International Court for the Settlement of Investment Disputes has declined to hear PNG Sustainable Development Program Ltd’s claims against the Government of Papua New Guinea. 146 more words

Papua New Guinea

Dublin Gothic, Peter O'Neill, Kilmog Press, 2015

Dublin Gothic, Peter O’Neill, Kilmog Press, 2015, sectional cover, paper, card and cloth over board, letterpress printed labels, title page, 72 pages, hand sewn and bound, laser printed stock, edition of 40 numbered copies, available late March 2015, $NZ 35.00  Peter O’ Neill was born in Cork in 1967. 98 more words