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Looking through a Window

Being in Surkhet has really finally hit home and opened my eyes as to how I’ve perceived this place to be really different to how I live. 605 more words

Mackay Christian College

Your Grace Abounds

Blessings occur daily, whether they are healings, gifts or a friendship. An even greater blessing is the ability to open my eyes every morning and feel the sun against my cheek and the fresh air readily available in every direction. 201 more words

Mackay Christian College

Getting Smaller...

Man, what a journey to Surkhet! We started our journey on a relatively small plane. Just enough room. We landed in a very small airport. There wasn’t much to look at; a few trees, a couple of buildings, lots of dirt! 286 more words

Mackay Christian College

HR trophy presented at RAC annual dinner

As per tradition the Hamilton-Russell was once again presented on the occasion of the RAC Annual Chess Circle Dinner.

Ian Reynolds of the MCC (centre) collected the trophy from Daniel Pereira (left) of the RAC. 91 more words

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Madang government confirms Ramu nickel acid pollution

“Rain water is not safe for human consumption even from creeks and rivers”

Villagers face effects of smoke

The National aka The Loggers Times

COASTAL villages near Ramu Nickel plant site in Basamuk, Rai Coast, in Madang, are experiencing the effects of harmful smoke from the mine.

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Papua New Guinea

Why are we doing this?

Here at WineSight we are all enthusiastic about our South African alcohol industry. The rest is quite simple – we would like to create a platform for the South African alcohol industry where products, events etc can be showcased. 130 more words

Brandy

Stop thinking of Ramu-Nico as an Asian company - says PNG Oreo Cookie

Bismarck Ramu Group

I recall as a young student reading about Black Americans. As they were fighting for their rights in the USA some of them would sell out to the whites and tell their own black brothers & sisters to , in reality, obey their white masters. 687 more words

Papua New Guinea