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Pacific - Papua New Guinea

Collected by: University of Hawaii

Archived since: Dec, 2008

Description:

Web resources for information about society, history, culture, science, statistics, and government of Papua New Guinea. This collection includes the eastern half of the island of New Guinea and the islands of New Ireland, New Britain, and Bougainville, among others.

Subject:   Society & Culture Papua New Guinea

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Title: Malum Nalu

URL: http://malumnalu.blogspot.com/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Soaba's Storyboard

URL: http://soabasstoryboard.blogspot.com/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Steven's Window

URL: http://stevenswindow.blogspot.com/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Air Niugini

URL: http://www.airniugini.com.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Australia New Guinea Fishes Association

URL: http://www.angfa.org.au/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Bank of Papua New Guinea

URL: http://www.bankpng.gov.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Papua New Guinea Defence Force

URL: http://www.defence.gov.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Papua New Guinea Department of Education

URL: http://www.education.gov.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

URL: http://www.emtvpng.com/

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Title: Huli Language and Sociolinguistic Change

URL: http://www.gabelomas.org/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Papua New Guinea Department of Health

URL: http://www.health.gov.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Highlands Pacific

URL: http://www.highlandspacific.com/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: The Papua New Guinea Investment Promotion Agency

URL: http://www.ipa.gov.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Kokoda Memorial Track

URL: http://www.kokodawalkway.com.au/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: The Intricate Patterns of Trobriand Art

URL: http://www.lewiswara.com/trobriand/index.html

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Manus Island

URL: http://www.manusisland.com/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Morobe Province Agricultural Society

URL: http://www.morobeshow.org.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: National Research Institute of Papua New Guinea

URL: http://www.nri.org.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Online South Pacific Papua New Guinea

URL: http://www.online.net.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Papua New Guinea Orchid News

URL: http://www.orchidspng.com/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: The National Parliament of Papua New Guinea

URL: http://www.parliament.gov.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Meet the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea

URL: http://www.pm.gov.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Papua New Guinea Tourism & Business Directory

URL: http://www.pngbd.com/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Papua New Guinea General Information

URL: http://www.pngbuai.com/

Captured 3 times between Mar 26, 2009 and Oct 30, 2012

Title: Government of Papua New Guinea

URL: http://www.pngonline.gov.pg/

Captured 2 times between Mar 26, 2009 and Nov 20, 2010

Title: Papua New Guinea Tourism

URL: http://www.pngtourism.org.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Papua New Guinea Tourism

URL: http://www.pngtourism.org.pg/USA/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Port Moresby Chamber of Commerce

URL: http://www.pomcci.com/a/Home/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Post-Courier Online

URL: http://www.postcourier.com.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Rotarians against Malaria, Papua New Guinea

URL: http://www.ram.com.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

URL: http://www.steamships.com.pg/

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Title: Papua New Guinea Department of Treasury

URL: http://www.treasury.gov.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: Tulele Peisa

URL: http://www.tuelepeisa.org/

Description: "In late 2006 the Council of Elders (CoE) of the Carterets Islands held a series of meetings to discuss the worsening effects of sea surges on their islands. The CoE were concerned that progress in establishing a relocation program for the Carterets people was going very slowly, while the erosion of their islands and the destruction of food gardens as a result of sea water surges was increasing at a very fast pace. As early as 2001, the Bougainville government talked about relocation for the Carterets, but as nothing had ever eventuated, the CoE felt the process was not going to happen unless the Carterets people took charge and actively found a solution to their worsening situation."

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

Title: University of Papua New Guinea

URL: http://www.upng.ac.pg/

Captured 3 times between Mar 26, 2009 and Oct 30, 2012

Title: Papua New Guinea Department of Works

URL: http://www.works.gov.pg/

Captured  on Oct 30, 2012

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