Plane crashes into homes in Papua

A small Cessna 208B plane crashed at Yahukimo in Papua on Tuesday morning at 8:05 a.m., local time, ripping through several houses in the neighborhood of the Nobgoliat Yahukimo Airport. No fatalities were reported in the incident, which caused seven injuries. The injured were taken to the nearby Wamena Hospital for medical treatment. The plane belongs to the Associated Mission […]

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Small plane crash in Papua

A small plane has crashed in Papua ripping through several houses near a provincial airport in the highlands. The Jakarta Post reports the Cessna 208B plane crashed at Yahukimo just after eight in the morning local time. Not one is reported to have died in the crash but seven people are reported to have been injured. The plane’s owners Associated […]

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Papua ready to continue EU-funded green development program

The Papua administration has said it will continue with programs developed in conjunction with the Participatory Monitoring by Civil Society of Land Use Planning for Low-Emission Development Strategy (ParCimon), which will expire this year. “The Papua administration has always supported any program, which can provide better living standards, both directly or indirectly, such as the green development program introduced by […]

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Jayapura city government prepares location for VCO industries

The Jayapura city government, Papua, is preparing a location for establishing several industries of Virgin Coconut Oil (VCO) and creative palm leaf rib in Skow Sae Village, Muara Tami Sub-district, to meet the local demand. Head of Jayapura citys Industry, Trade, and Cooperatives Robert Awi stated here on Thursday that the village neighboring the border region of the Republic of […]

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Indonesian ministry prioritizes Timika Airport construction

The Ministry of Transportation through the Directorate General of Air Transportation has prioritized the construction of the passenger terminal facilities at Mozes Kilangin airport in Timika, Papua province. In 2017, the ministry will build 37 airports throughout Indonesia, Head of Transportation, Communication and Information office of Mimika John Rettob said here Friday. Of the 37 airports, Mozes Kilangin is the […]

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