By Safety In Value: High Arctic Energy Services (GM:HGHAF) is an oilfield services company with operations in Canada and Papua New Guinea. In Canada they own snubbing equipment, provide nitrogen transportation and pumping, and run an long reach service rig. Show More Summary
The small energy company has tried to seal a deal with ExxonMobil for a long time with no success, and InterOil needs to move forward in order to make the most of its Papua New Guinea assets.
When I visited Papua New Guinea (PNG) in 1987, and again last month, I saw evidence of many Christian missionaries along with some of the fruits of their labor (both sweet and sour, depending on your point of view). PNG is now one of the most Christian countries in the world. More than 96 percent […]
From ancient Greek myths to Snow White to today, Dystropia looks at the trope of the Damsel in Distress. Column by Troy Farah Somewhere situated between Easter Island and Papua New Guinea, perfectly pinned on a straight line betweenShow More Summary
I’m not sure quite what I was expecting when I arrived at the National Mask Festival in Papua New Guinea. I think I envisioned a gathering of PNG’s many tribes in a big grassy field surrounded by jungle. But I soon discovered, as I was passing through the tickets-required entryway, that it's a far more organized affair.
A self described “vampire” was arrested in Papua, New Guinea this month after he murdered his daughter by biting her neck and drinking her blood. After she passed away, the man proceeded to drink her blood as part of a ritual sacrifice. Show More Summary
On October 6, 2013, 16 women from Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Egypt, Kenya, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Poland, South Africa, Taiwan, Turkmenistan and Uganda gathered to share stories about their time in the United States. Show More Summary
PACIFIC REGION (From Leo Igwe) Pastor Adeboye, a man who is not only profoundly anti-gay but also helps fuel wich hunts in Africa, is touring Canberra, Melbourne, New Zealand, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, Sydney, and Perth in November. Show More Summary
Papua New Guinea is home to vampire cannibals, among many other strange things. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, a walking shark is cousin to a species from Papua New Guinea. Testicle eating fish even inhabit their waters. Unfortunately, the vampire cannibal of Papua New Guinea is quite human. Show More Summary
Bonhams will offer a rare bird-shaped pestle pommel from the Central Highlands of Papua, New Guinea, made between circa 4000-1000 BC in the African, Oceanic & Pre-Columbian Art auction on November 14 (est. $15,000-20,000). ConfirmedShow More Summary
Mon October 14, 2013 Every country in the world guarantees new mothers paid leave -- except Lesotho, Liberia, Swaziland, Papua New Guinea, and the United States. The most common explanation is that we just can't afford it. But when countries...Show More Summary
The tanker market is in the midst of a supply surge ahead of new liquefaction from next year. Until new supply begins to roll out from 2H 2014 from Australia and Papua New Guinea,
Advertisement for Atabrine, an anti-malaria drug. Papua, New Guinea during WWII.
The ABC’s flagship current affairs program, Four Corners, last night investigated corruption in Papua New Guinea. In Preying on Paradise, journalist Marian Wilkinson looked at the extent of corruption in our nearest neighbour. This kind of report is long overdue in Papua New Guinea. Show More Summary
Following the description of the world's smallest frogs, biologists now offer three more species of tiny amphibians from the region of Papua New Guinea. Despite their minute size, around 20 mm, the three new frog species are still substantially larger than the prize holders, described in 2011. Show More Summary
The Sassy Gay Friend, aka the Pet Homosexual, attempts to be liberal, but it falls incredibly short. Let's look see why. Column by Troy Farah Somewhere situated between Easter Island and Papua New Guinea, perfectly pinned on a straight...Show More Summary
Brigadier Gary Hogan (Ret'd) has been Australia’s Defence Attaché in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Vietnam. He is a former Head of Army Intelligence and is Director National Security at KPMG Australia. When it’s all boiled down toShow More Summary
Ocean acidification, the lesser-known twin of climate change, threatens to scramble marine life on a scale almost too big to fathom. NORMANBY ISLAND, Papua New Guinea — Katharina Fabricius plunged from a dive boat into the Pacific Ocean of tomorrow. She kicked through blue water until she spotted a ceramic tile attached to the bottom of a reef. […]
Establishing good relations with our nearest neighbour should be a priority for any incoming Australian government. Prime Minister-elect Tony Abbott has already done the right thing and telephoned Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister Peter O'Neill (pictured) just days after his election victory. Show More Summary
The big aid news from Australia was the 5 September announcement by the LNP Coalition (now the incoming government) of cuts to growth in the aid program. Early analysis of the implications here, here and here. Papua New Guinea announced...Show More Summary