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  1. Treasurer Announces Return To Macroeconomic Stability
  2. Govt Supports New Target For Weapons Disposal
  3. Barter Updates Cabinet On Peace Process
  4. The News of Callan Services - Eye Surgery for the Disabled
  5. Tennis: Hewitt downs Ferrero to retain Masters Cup
  6. Nec Decides On Png Participation In Gas-to-australia Project
  7. TPA CEO Sacked !
  8. NPF Report - Tabling Of The Final Report - Inquiry Npf
  9. ‘update On The Bougainville Peace Process
  10. Australia renews major commitment to South Pacific
  11. 2003 Budget Alert
  12. Papua New Guinea Budget 2003
  13. PNG and Australian Prime Ministers Hold Bilateral Discussions
  14. Report Of The Commonwealth Expert Group On Papua New Guinea’s Electoral Arrangements
  15. Aid that lasts: building the agricultural research skills of our neighbours
  16. Solomon Islanders Receive Fresh Funding for Health Services
  17. Further Assistance to Combat Terrorism and Transnational Crime in Pacific Region
  18. Solomon Islands
  19. Peter Leigh Hall, 62 died tragically early hours of Saturday 4th January, 2003
  20. Pm Announces Important Decisions Advancing Peace Process, Challenges
  21. TPA Press Release
  22. Major New Initiative To Develop Oil And Gas Resources In Png
  23. Central Agencies Committee Begins Tour Of Rural Areas
  24. South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) - Senior Officer visits PNG this week !
  25. PNG Yearbook 2003 - a must for all !
  26. EU Supports Regional Aids Initiative
  27. Electoral Commission Press Release
  28. Awareness Workshops – Claims Against The State
  29. New Agreement Between Australia and the University of the South Pacific
  30. PNGFA Outreach
  31. Shipping Container - Roundabout near Anderson's Harbour Town
  32. Book Launch - 'Beyond the Coral Sea'
  33. ‘Bougainville Update – Ministerial Visit, The Peace Process, And Development Of The B
  34. Tourist Promotion Authority Press Release 10th March, 2003
  35. Freight Delivery by Post for goods & parcels up to 100 kgs
  36. 3 Mile Roundabout, near PNG Motors - Port Moresby
  37. SEVERE ACUTE RESPIRATORY SYNDROME (SARS) - Also known as "Deadly Penumonia" epidemic
  38. Australian Volunteers International and ABC Radio Australia present:
  39. ina FORUM with Mike Manning
  40. Electoral Commission of Papua New Guinea Press Release
  41. United Nations Security Council Reviews Progress Of Bougainville Peace Process
  42. Rotaract Club Of Port Moresby
  43. Cancer is preventable if detected and treated at an early stage, writes LUCY KAPI
  44. Robert Aisi - Anyone know his whereabouts - Message from Nina trying to find him !
  45. Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho: Mext) Offers Scholarships to PNG
  46. Gun charges dropped - MP Alois Kingsley
  47. Bus driver attacked at Jackson's Roundabout following accident
  48. Pacific Mobile Communications - "Hear the Buzz" - GSM Mobile Launch - May, 5, 2003 !
  49. 3rd PNG Coffee Festival & Trade Fair - One more day to go !
  50. PNG Coffee Festival & Trade Fair a success
  51. Introducing New CEO for the TPA Peter Vincent !
  52. Sogeri Township Bid !
  53. Circulation Update for The National and Post Courier
  54. MIGRATION FEES - Attention all Travellers and Employers !
  55. PNG releases new “Prince William’ stamps
  56. PNG off to South Pacific Games in Fiji by Alison Anis
  57. Julie – on top of the world by Alison Anis
  58. PMG troops to leave Bougainville shores
  59. PNG eyes gold at the 17th South Pacific Games, Fiji
  60. Bloomhill Cancer Help - Looking for Donations !
  61. Electoral Commission Press Release Sunday 6th July 2003.
  62. Steve Ovett to walk Kokoda - article by Malum Nalu
  63. Electoral Commission Press Release - Monday July 14 2003
  64. PNGDF uses new network in Solomons
  65. “Vanilla rush?” – Ordinary Papua New Guineans hooked up in vanilla market
  67. Telikom officially launch the new prepaid phone service
  68. Increase in number of people dying from Measles outbreak in Kotidanga - Kerema !
  69. Telikom Supports Engineers Cause
  70. Pm Arrives In Honiara
  71. PX Air Niugini message received from David Glover
  72. Wabag Gets Connected Via Satellite
  73. Australian Cardiac team's open heart surgery in PNG begins
  74. Forestry conducts nationwide eaglewood awareness
  75. Visit to Bougainville highlights need for commitment and Public Sector Reform !
  76. Statement to the United Nations Security Council on the Peace Process !
  78. PNG South Pacific Gold Medalists for 2003 receive incentive awards
  79. Former British Olympian to help in PNG fundraiser !
  80. Australia ruled out of Forum's "Secretary-General race," Prime minister tells Howard
  81. Bougainville peace-keeping hailed as world's most successful by Veronica Hatutasi
  82. Tapping into India's revolutionary experience and knowledge !
  83. Acting Prime Minister, launches Christian Men's Network!
  84. Japanese government gives K270,000 to PNG!
  85. Chinese Delegation Pays Courtesy Call on Chief Secretary
  86. Landowner backs goverment in bid to sort out controversial logging
  87. New buses bring multiple benefits for Lihirians
  88. Flood hit Sepik River and left 50,000 affected
  89. Law and Order forum in Port Moresby !
  90. Bro. Eddie Matane - new Port Moresby Lodge Master
  91. "Tokstret" Radio Program offers women chance to air opinions
  92. APEC Senior Officials meeting approves peer review on PNG's Individual Action Plan
  93. NEC approves review of Treaty with Australia
  94. New Constitutional Arrangements For Bougainville Provide Assurances And Incentives
  95. Sarang disaster not that disastrous, by William Natera (Wantok Reporter)
  96. PNG Economy, holding a steady course downhill - Far Eastern Economic Review
  97. Samberigi Road Access can ease burdens on Highlands Highway: Sinai Brown (MP)
  98. NEC discusses PNG's responses to Australia Aid - For release - 8 September 2003
  99. Downer clears K600 million aid confusion
  100. Positive and productive outcomes on Australia-PNG aid and bilateral issues
  101. PNGULLGA to refine corporate plan by William Natera (Wantok Reporter)
  102. Sir Michael to play host to Malaysian PM
  103. Eastern Highlands administration re-structures by James Kila
  104. Thank you Telikom for restoring the Telephone lines around our city!
  105. PNG coffee growers create company for US market, by James Kila
  106. Prime Minister Michael launches new Gazelle District Office in Kerevat - 4/10/03
  107. PUBLIC NOTICE - OIC COM. Policing
  108. Regional Air - offers flights to Lae
  109. Gold In New Ireland
  110. Tourism e
  111. Tourism Exhibition 5th - 7th March, 2004 - Holiday Inn Port Moresby
  112. Sir Michael Begins His Bilateral Meetings
  113. Sir Michael returns from Bangkok , satisfied with outcome of APEC Summit
  114. British Embassy presents K56,000 for Bougainville reconciliation
  115. Preparations For 2004 Budget
  116. Richard Thompson Lost His Fight With Cancer Today!
  117. Bougainville constitution development back in track - Sir Peter Barter
  118. Female foresters off to Viet Nam Eaglewood meet
  119. Miss Papua New Guinea Charity Quest 2003
  120. Government's response to media regulation - Update!
  121. Kiribati educationists impressed with informal sector training
  122. Recovery And Progress – The Way Forward
  123. pngbd stats an all time high with 2.2 million hits !
  124. PNG, Australia to focus on "capacity building and technical assistance
  125. Hula grandfather gives up career, strikes gold with vanilla
  126. Visitor Arrivals - FIRST EIGHT MONTHS (JANUARY-AUGUST) – 2003
  127. Father Christmas
  128. Policing In Bougainville Moving Ahead
  129. Christmas the Korikunu way ... "that special flavoured dish"
  130. CIC plans to engage Defence planes to freight coffee
  131. Tourism awareness for Lukim PNG Nau Expo 2004
  132. British High Commissioner Visits Milne Bay Province
  133. British envoy on Sepik visit
  134. TPA boss meets with Foreign officials....stresses need to maintain possitive dialogue
  135. A unique Pikinini Theatre program in Goroka
  136. A unique graduation ceremony
  137. Economic Recovery & Development are priorities for Bougainville - Sir Peter says
  138. PNG NGO wins international conservation award
  139. Fear Drive My Feet
  140. James and Robert Seeto of Seeto Kui Limited
  141. Facing 2004 Challenges
  142. Nsac To Conduct More Meetings Outside Waigani: Kalinoe
  143. New Zealand’s Deputy High Commissioner leaves PNG
  144. Surfing PNG
  145. PNG, Bougainville, Farewells UN Ambassador, Noel Sinclair
  146. Lukim PNG Nau Expo - attracts crowds
  147. Government Printing Office to Relocate to Waigani
  148. Enhanced Assistance Package
  149. 3,000 visitors recorded for the tourism expo
  150. The special significance of the blues
  151. The truckies love for the job
  152. Tapping into the billion dollar natural products market
  153. Community reps challenged to work within their means
  154. Captain Alan Mourilyan - Murdered Australian Pilot in Mt Hagen
  155. Scholar earns first doctorate in Strategic Management for PNG
  156. A Visit to the Flooded Ramu Valley
  157. Kokoda Tailoring
  158. Datec offers solution to net related problems
  159. PNG lacks data on skilled manpower requirements
  160. Kuman's viewpoint on tourism development - 20th Australia PNG Business Forum, Cairns
  161. Rural farmer inspires people with agriculture ‘inventions’
  162. PNG mourns the death of Sir Anthony
  163. Over 100 die in alleged malaria-typhoid outbreak
  164. Vanilla farmer inviting tourists to village for free trainings
  165. PNG commemorates Anzac Day (April 25th 2004) – "Fallen Heroes" Remembered
  166. Welcome to our latest PNG domain name - www.kokodatrail.com.pg
  167. Living the fuzzy wuzzy dream
  168. Air Niugini targets Australia
  169. RDB financial woes take another twist
  170. Tourism Investment Opportunity
  171. Kunai Raun Haus refurbished
  172. National Performing Arts Troupe to perform in China
  173. Growers refute allegation on K29.1 million coffee Stabilisation funds
  174. Progress made on weapons destruction and the second draft constitution
  175. The exit of an outstanding peacemaker
  176. Foreign diplomats commend PNG Coffee festival and fair
  177. No qualification needed for coffee growing
  178. Competition aims to restore PNG’s Tribal Pride and Heritage
  179. Red Dot – 24 hours road side services for Port Moresby launched
  180. MOA - UPNG Open College Study Centre
  181. The Goroka Technical College
  182. Two inmates receive baptism outside prison environments
  183. CIC applies PRAP in serving growers' needs
  184. Putting Png On The World Tourism Map
  185. "Wantok Niuspepa" opens new premises
  186. Uniquely Highlands and truly PNG made
  187. Long serving highway driver - Kopon
  188. Working towards a sustainable tourism for Kokoda
  189. E-news Friday 18th June 2004
  190. Small holder farmers to benefit from agricultural grant facility
  191. Jethro – a product of STARTS program
  192. Petty community politics causing tribal fights – MP Benny Allan
  193. Kesavaka growers form coffee co-operative to market produce
  194. A colourful knight from remote Kesavaka
  195. Electoral Commissioner thankful for the success of three by-elections
  196. Kagua District Headquarters To Be Revived
  197. Adventist mothers clean up Eastern Highlands administration complex
  198. Japan committed to growth and wellbeing of PNG people
  199. Co-operative groups encouraged to exercise transparency and accountability
  200. Introduce community day for rural masses - Goma
  201. UPNG library displays PNG art
  202. AusAID agricultural research-extension mission visit Eastern Highlands
  203. First major Goroka town road project signed
  204. A successful coffee coaching for students
  205. A New Beginning for the Catholic Church in Papua New Guinea
  206. PNG, potential to be a tourism giant in the Pacific
  207. Tapa artist travels the world
  208. Png Culture Shines In Palau
  209. Milne Bay "Kenu Festivol"- (Canoe Festival)
  210. Hurahura leaves PNGFA after six years...
  211. PNG missing out on ITTO funding
  212. PNG in review of ITTA 1994
  213. Veterans from Second World War battles on the Kokoda Track return!
  214. Hillsong Music Ministry to Perform Live In Port Moresby next week
  215. Double ‘Day Celebrations’ – NSP & ENB celebrate in rememberance
  216. PNGRCS calls for protection of emblem and lives
  217. PNG Gearing up for the 29th Independence Celebration
  218. Medical Society awards four eminent doctors
  219. EDA RANU to Shut Down Water Supply in some parts of the city
  220. 1st Papua New Guinean to enter Spiritan Order
  221. Actor Russell Crowe to make WWII film in Papua New Guinea
  222. Anzac Day - Declared National Public Holiday
  223. The Mysterious Jet - becomes court issue
  224. News In Briefs - What's happening around PNG
  225. Weapons airlifted for Bougainville secessionist leader - Francis Ona
  226. Joint Action Against Malicious Prosecution - Neville, Micah to sue the state
  227. Trouble-free Polling for Port Moresby North-East
  228. Miss PNG entrants converge before big nite
  229. Miss PNG 2004 Entrants appear in traditional costumes before judges
  230. 19-year old Ashwin is Miss PNG Red Cross 2004 - 2005
  231. Young volunteers off to Japan meet
  232. Librarian leaves behind national ‘treasure house’
  233. Prime Minister opens Lagaiyu Bridge in Lufa
  234. NFS team conducts awareness in Cloudy Bay
  235. Port Moresby ablaze with colour as Christmas approaches
  236. Eco-Forestry Programme (EFP) has a vital place in PNG
  237. PNG Red Cross prepares more relief assistance for Manam
  238. JOHN FOWKE – a pioneer of PNG in his own right
  239. A Walk On The Wild Side
  240. UPNG version of Carols by Candle Light
  241. A Christmas Wish - Don't you have one?
  242. How Santa came to be
  243. Youths learn ways to solve problems in Japan met
  244. PNG Reaching out to Asia Tsunami Victims
  245. NFS pays Wau landowners K361,400 after 46 years
  246. Eastern Highlands reintroduces “Wok-Mak” system
  247. Bougainville prepares for autonomous government elections
  248. Completion of weapons destruction crucial to autonomous government
  249. PNG moved to give to Asia
  250. 16 rescued at Bismarck Sea, 14 still missing