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Black Pug Books, Wimborne

Black Pug Books has been open in Wimborne every Thursday, Friday and Saturday since October 2012. As a newcomer to the town, Victoria Sturgess has made her mark on the popular thoroughfare by opening a bookshop full of ‘loved and used books’ at 24 West Borough. 225 more words


Bored with Boxing Day? Read a little bit more about PNG

For those of you still wondering what on earth the artefact below is used for, let me put you out of your misery.  It is not a drinking vessel or a hearing aid, but a piece of clothing. 176 more words


A bit about Wabag, Papua New Guinea

I was minded to think of life in Papua New Guinea when I wrote the story called Big Wash which was published in the Writers’ Abroad anthology titled… 190 more words


Rot Go lo Wabag - a documentary showing

In the United Nations International Year of Cooperatives, Media Playground in Association with Moubment Films brings to viewers the story of an isolated community whose elected representative has remained true to the notion that good leaders can pursue both economic vilability and social responsibility. 173 more words

Papua New Guinea

From Highland To The Highlands: A Four-Week Medical Elective In Papua New Guinea. By Guest Blogger - Daniel Mantuani

In January, 2011, I had the opportunity to spend a four-week medical elective at Immanuel Lutheran Rural Hospital located in Enga Province in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.  1,459 more words


Mind Wounders I tell to write

Dropping eye lids, yawning= boredom. My ward was so quite today, for the first time this week I am so relaxed yet bored to my eye balls. 336 more words

Family, Life

Finding her feet

I have met a lot of amazing Papua New Guinean ladies from all walks of life, with extraordinary enthusiasm, courage, motivation and strength. Unheard of ladies, silently powerful, in their own right, struggling to make ends meet by an extra mile. 479 more words

Family, Life