Protesters unfurl a banner during the men's final, drawing attention to the plight of refugees on Manus Island. Photo: Joe Armao
Source: The Age Sport
Police have arrested protesters who managed to get on centre court while unfurling a pro-refugee, anti-Manus Island banner during the men's final of the Australian Open.
Picture: Moresby South MP and Minister for Sports and National Events Justin Tkatchenko addressing sellers at Koki market, Papua New Guinea.
Source: Post Courier
The alleged purchase of land at Koki market has not gone down well with the local MP who is prepared to fight and ensure the land is given back to his people.
A victim of domestic violence shows her head wound patched up with tape in a women's shelter in Papua New Guinea's capital city of Port Moresby © 2005 Reuters
More and more support and outcry for the Papua New Guinea Government to stop the illegal logging of local trees that is pumping profits to foreign companies....
Source: ABC Radio Australia
Source: "Red Soil"
The foreign logging company deemed illegal by the National court is still heavily logging down kwila trees and leaving the land barren in Turubu, East Sepik Province. Despite being called out by the court to stop the illegal logging on portion 144C, these Asian thieves have resorted to other ways to continue stealing the kwila trees behind the back of the laws of this land.
Picture: West Papua and New Guinea flag map
Source: Masalai Blog
Source: PNG Blogs
An Open Letter to His Excellency Mr. Peter O’Neil, Prime Minster of Papua New Guinea
Picture: A cultural carving from East Sepik, Papua New Guinea
Source: "Red Soil"
Carvers of the East Sepik Province are greatly very saddened and disgusted to learn of the PNG Government’s facilitation of the theft of 5 million hectares of land, under the Special Agriculture Business Leases (SABL) scam.