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Australia's interest in Bougainville's independence is far from locals' wishes

Australia’s diplomatic push into Bougainville coincides with a referendum on independence and calls to reopen the mine that was closed by bloodshed

Kristian Lasslett | The Guardian… 834 more words

Papua New Guinea

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

How will a 40% cut in Australian aid affect Indonesia?

Don K. Marut

Lecturer in International Relations at Bina Nusantara University

The Australian government has announced it will cut aid to Indonesia by A$220 million… 946 more words

Australia

Scholarship at the University of Sydney

International Students at the University of Sydney

The Scholarships listed below have funded the study of international students at the University of Sydney in the past. 3,694 more words

Scholarship

Tony Abbott’s world just gets uglier

The ugly position the Abbott Government finds itself in has been underlined by the latest tax revenue and public expenditure figures from the official statistician. 917 more words

Ebola... Left or Right, it no longer matters

I used to play Aussie Rules Football for a team in the inner north of Melbourne. Whilst our fortunes tended up and down (mainly down… we were, one season, the last team in the worst division of the entire competition), I was never terrible, maybe even serviceable at best. 2,142 more words

WHO DEVELOPS NEW GUIDELINES ON REHABILITATION

The 2011 World Report on disability has encouraged the World Health Organization (WHO) to better meet the needs of over one billion people worldwide with disabilities. 269 more words

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