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Hey...this is a wonderful website buddy and an informative post!!! i am new here and i found this site very interesting and informative ,, you are a professional blogger i think i have a great interest in such things...thank you for the post buddy and keep on posting nice stuff like this
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10 October 2012 at 12:10 AM
It will be used with responsibility. I guess we have to start somewhere and build from there on. 'Start where we are, Do what we can, with what we have'. Em stret or ?
31 July 2012 at 06:56 PM
What is this thing? can it survive the Buka passage current at its worst time and with swells that big during windy conditions.
I guess alterations are to be created with the designs and construction of the small 'ship'.
Create something for value, em orait laga.
cheers, na nanigana koru
Andrew Moses Keria |
31 July 2012 at 03:41 PM
I really surprised my other Bougainvilleans. this is advancement and self-reliance at perform.
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31 July 2012 at 03:13 AM
Once we set up our own Arawa technical college, we will train our students how to build homemade boats or even a homemade ship.
joel minsipi nawa |
11 July 2012 at 08:10 AM
This kind of creativity and innovation inititives are the ones ABG should be fully supporting.Utilize the skills learned at vocational schools and this is what you call creation of emplyment opportunities.I am proud to see this home made stuff. To good you guys are,
10 July 2012 at 02:35 PM
I love to read and appreciate your work.
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09 July 2012 at 04:11 PM
Go Bougainville! My beloved country!
Leonard Roka |
07 July 2012 at 08:11 AM
with joseph's thoughts, I really amazed my fellow Bougainvilleans. this is innovation and self-reliance at work.
we have the capabilities! but management m problem. but we have it, crisis we did it...so ABG ought to think now to protect Bougainville from all forms of suppression.
Leonard Roka |
07 July 2012 at 08:09 AM
save kilim yupela yah! I have been thinking about how this important service could be provided across the passage. Few years ago I shipped a vehicle and it cost me K800 to ship it to Kokopau from the Buka side and when it landed at Kokopau, I was charged another K400 by a local who claimed to be imposing landing fees or something of that sort....
May this locally built schoner be of great service to all....
05 July 2012 at 11:23 PM
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