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Anastasia Turns Three!

Because Annie’s birthday falls during Holy Week this year, we decided to celebrate a few days early, on Palm Sunday. We invited her local friends and neighbors over to our house for “liklik kaikai” (a little food, said of any invited meal that doesn’t involve pork) — in our case, sausages, “scone bread” rolls, cucumbers, carrot sticks, pineapple, papaya, passionfruit, the local cheeto equivalent “twisties” — and birthday cake, of course, made with cocoa powder just received in the mail from Grandma. 251 more words

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KSi Daily Report: Thursday, 17 April 2014

POMSoX trading was quiet ahead of the long Easter weekend and Kina Securities stock indices ended steady. The main index, the KSi stayed at 3,646.14 points and the Home index, the KSHi was flat at 8,158.39 points. 120 more words

KSi Daily Report

Exxon-Mobil brings in the troops

The level of anger and distrust over Exxon-Mobil’s LNG project is rising alarmingly in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea as local people realize they have been conned and the promised benefits from the multi-billion dollar project are never going to come. 230 more words

Papua New Guinea

KSi Daily Report: Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Both Kina Securities stock indices recovered from yesterday’s losses after two home stocks improved on POMSOX. The Kina Securities Main index or KSi was up by 2.27 points or 0.06% at 3,646.14 points. 232 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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Oro government leads in the fight against illegal land grabbing


While PNG Prime Minister Peter O’Neill sits on his hands refusing to cancel unlawful SABL leases and stop illegal logging, the Oro Provincial government is standing with its people against the Malaysian led land grab. 244 more words

Papua New Guinea