The Pacific islands of Bougainville are voting in a historic referendum to decide if it will become the world’s newest nation by gaining independence from Papua New Guinea.
Papua New Guinea
The Pacific people of Bougainville will on Saturday begin voting in a referendum to decide if they want to become the world’s newest nation by gaining independence from Papua New Guinea.
Great Britain’s underwhelming tour of the southern hemisphere came to a humiliating end when they were condemned to a 28-10 defeat by Papua New Guinea.
There might seem to be little in common between the Rugby World Cup and the ICC T20 World Cup qualifying tournament, but they have both exposed the need for sport’s governing bodies to start building from the bottom up.
The Great British Bake Off winner David Atherton has said his experience of “life or death” situations helped him keep a cool head in the tent.
There may not be any superstars among Oman’s cricket squad, which will be involved in the ICC World Cup League Two tri-series in Aberdeen with Scotland and Papua New Guinea this week.
Scotland stars recall their special Mannofield memories as international cricket returns to Aberdeen
Colin Smith had no shortage of cricket achievements - including a World Cup appearance in the Caribbean in 2007 - from his illustrious international career.
Sue Strachan has been in love with cricket for as long as she can remember and possesses the sort of infectious enthusiasm which will serve her well when she becomes the first-ever female president of Cricket Scotland next year.
Explorer who went missing in Papua New Guinea will tell tales of jungle adventure at Aberdeen University
A courageous adventurer who hit headlines across the globe after he went missing in the jungles of Papua New Guinea will return to his old university in Aberdeen next month to inspire a new generation of students.
TV presenter Will Millard has spoken of the “tourist economy” he observed when embarking on his latest documentary about a tribe in Papua New Guinea, which saw members “putting on a performance for the benefit of rich tourists”.