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Cycling for change

Cycling 2,000 kilometres from Seattle to San Francisco on less than $3 a day doesn’t sound like most people’s idea of a dream US jaunt. But for Aussie travel entrepreneur Chris Ball, it’s the perfect way to harness his love of travel for a great cause. 414 more words

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Gary treks into Sandaun

Even though Gary has trekked through numerous parts of the Sepik region, his most recent trip was like no previous trip. The hiking was more rigorous, the people more remote, and the languages seemingly more viable. 420 more words

Papua New Guinea

KSi Daily Report: Friday, 22 August 2014

POMSoX suffered losses as three out of five stocks that traded fell after close of Friday’s session. The Kina Securities Stock Index KSi eased 6.99 points (-0.19%) to 3,74.75 points and the Home index KSHi dropped 124.56 points (-1.52%) to 8,079.46 points. 199 more words

KSi Daily Report

KSi Daily Report: Friday, 22 August 2014

POMSoX suffered losses as three out of five stocks that traded fell on close of Friday’s session. The Kina Securities Stock Index KSi eased 6.99 points (-0.19%) to 3,74.75 points and the Home index KSHi dropped 124.56 points (-1.52%) to 8,079.46 points. 199 more words

KSi Daily Report

Weekend Wanderlust #3: Papua New Guinea

I’m going a little off the beaten track for this Weekend Wanderlust! Papua New Guinea, as a destination, would be well out of my normal comfort zone. 212 more words

Weekend Wanderlust

NATIVE BORN

mekamui | Mekamui News

Oh Mekamui : I care for you,
Sadden by the big hole in you

Oh Mekamui : I would not sell you for a price… 121 more words

Papua New Guinea

Bougainville Copper maintains inside running on re-opening Panguna mine

Business Advantage PNG 

The Bougainville parliament has just passed an interim mining act, paving the way for its troubled Panguna copper mine to re-open. Even though the new act removes the automatic renewal of its lease to continue, Bougainville Copper Limited is still the preferred mine operator, as Kevin McQuillan reports. 789 more words

Papua New Guinea