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What’s hot on the PNGAA website

There’s no doubt that a good old-fashioned controversy about kiaps or the Montevideo Maru draws legions of readers to the PNG Association website Forum. The latest readership figures show that Forum visitors are particularly interested in issues and aviation stories. The number in brackets shows where each item rated a month ago. You can visit the Forum here.

1 (9) – 460 readers – Ex PNG patrol officers seek recognition (Keith Jackson, Issues)

2 (1) – 426 readers – Something at the bottom of the pool (Nick Booth, Past Times)

3 (2) – 373 readers – Desmond John Marks (Ross Johnson, Missing People)

4 (6) – 308 readers – Reaction to African chief justice (Keith Jackson, Issues)

5 (new) – 292 readers – Time to search for Montevideo Maru (Keith Jackson, Issues)

6 (5) – 245 readers – Jude’s big breakfast (Wendy Booth, Aviation)

7 (3) – 244 readers – Hot blood (Nick Booth, Past Times)

=8 (8) – 236 readers – Yearning for Chinese (Col Booth, Aviation)

=8 (10) – 236 readers – Charter flight (Col Booth, Aviation)

10 (4) – 233 readers – John Sutherland Anderson (Keith Jackson, Missing People)


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