Papua New Guinea - Wikipedia
Archaeological evidence indicates that humans first arrived in Papua New Guinea around 42,000 to 45,000 years ago. They were descendants of migrants out of Africa, in one of the early waves of human migration.
Reports of ropens, live pterosaurs in Papua New Guinea, involve many eyewitnesses, both natives and Westerners. These flying creatures have also been seen in other parts of the world.
Papua New Guinea & West Papua - Tours & expedition
Papua (New Guinea) Expeditions & Tours to primitive tribes (Korowai,Kombai,Asmat,Yali). Photos and facts on traveling to Papua
Papua cannibals - Papua New Guinea & West Papua
Expeditions to primitive tribes (Korowai, Kombai, Asmat cannibals,...) of West Papua – Papua New Guinea province Indonesia (Irian Jaya). Papuan customs and cannibals.
ANZ Papua New Guinea - Personal - Online banking
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Skerah | Papua New Guinea | Travel & Lifestyle
On 25 June 2018, we announced an agreement to sell our Retail, Commercial and Small-Medium Sized Enterprise (SME) banking businesses in Papua New Guinea to Kina Bank,...
Culture of Papua New Guinea - history, people, clothing ...
Culture of Papua New Guinea - history, people, clothing, traditions, women, beliefs, food, customs, family No-Sa
Evangelical Lutheran Church of Papua New Guinea
The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Papua New Guinea (ELC-PNG) is one of the major Christian Church in PNG. ELC-PNG has a membership of over 1.2 million all throughout Papua New Guinea. This is approximately 20% of the total 5 million population of the country. Lutheran in PNG was first establish in July 12 1886 in Simbang, Morobe Province by German missionary Rev. Johann Flierl.
Commonwealth of Australia Revenue Stamp Catalogue
home: Commonwealth of Australia and it's Territories. ISSN 1836-0084. This is a 'work in progress' from a series of on line catalogues to help the collector and dealer alike.
Papua New Guinea Press, Media, TV, Radio, Newspapers ...
The independent state of Papua New Guinea enjoys some of the Pacific region's liveliest media coverage. Though its two daily newspapers are foreign owned, the private press reports vigorously on corruption and political issues.