The handful of men who made PNG a nation
Papua New Guinea Mourns


Typepad, which provides the platform for PNG Attitude, has for some time been having problems with its internal caching system which causes some images to disappear, leaving just the text. Typepad assures me that it is working to address this problem. When I come across these mysterious disappearances, I generally repost the image. But, as a stopgap, readers who want to see the image can click on the text that accompanies it - KJ


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Henry Sims

My icon for PNG Attitude under Microsoft Edge platform had crashed.

I thought maybe that Big Brother had decided to put an end to all this constructive criticism of PNG.

Fortunately, a Google for Attitude has restored my connection.

As a techo, I almost feel inadequate for not being a chalkie or kiap, but am proud that, even so, we others also contributed towards independence in thought, word and deed.

My Korokoro communication with Papua Besena is still surviving, even after 50 years, and I continue to wear my service medals with pride.


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