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June 19, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Environment & Natural Disasters
Nikkei Asian Review - June 19, 2019

Peter Guest, Com, East Timor – Ernesto Da Cruz loads his spear gun and lowers himself over the edge of his fishing skiff, which is bobbing at anchor on a shallow reef off the northeast

News ›› East Timor ›› Timor Sea Dispute
Reuters - June 19, 2019

Sonali Paul, Sydney – East Timor's national oil company aims to reach a final investment decision on developing the Greater Sunrise natural gas field by 2022 and start producing around

June 12, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Timor Sea Dispute
Asia Pacific Report - June 12, 2019

Fifteen months after a treaty pledged to usher in a "new chapter" in the relationship between Australia and neighbouring Timor-Leste, the document remains unratified and the country lo

June 11, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Conservation & Animal Rights
The Guardian - June 11, 2019

Kate Lyons 00 The people of Timor-Leste have a crocodile problem.

June 10, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Foreign Affairs & Trade
Viet Nam News - June 10, 2019

Ha Noi – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc stated that Viet Nam valued the friendship and co-operation with Timor-Leste during a reception for Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation

June 6, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Conservation & Animal Rights
New York Times - June 6, 2019

Matthew Abbott, Lospalos, East Timor – The two scientists, crammed in the back of a sweltering car, had come a long way hoping to encounter what most people try to avoid: man-eating cr

June 3, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Foreign Affairs & Trade
Xinhua - June 3, 2019

Phnom Penh – Cambodia and Timor-Leste vowed on Monday to enhance bilateral relations in trade, tourism and education, a Cambodian spokesman said.

May 17, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Environment & Natural Disasters
Straits Times - May 17, 2019

Kuala Lumpur (Reuters) – In a region where seas are awash with trash, Timor-Leste is set to become the world's first country to recycle all its plastic waste after it teamed up with Au

News ›› East Timor ›› Environment & Natural Disasters
Sydney Morning Herald - May 17, 2019

James Massola, Jakarta – The tiny nation of Timor-Leste hopes to become the world's first "plastic neutral" country, after signing a deal to create a new chemical recycling plant with

April 23, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Timor Sea Dispute
The Guardian - April 23, 2019

Helen Davidson – Calls for Australia to repay a year's worth of oil and gas revenue revenue to Timor-Leste will not be considered by the Labor party before the election, Penny Wong has

April 21, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Timor Sea Dispute
The Guardian - April 21, 2019

Helen Davidson – Jose Ramos-Horta, the former president of Timor-Leste and Nobel laureate, says he believes Australia will reimburse "every cent it wrongly received" after the countrie

April 16, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Mining & Energy
West Australian - April 16, 2019

Peter Milne – East Timor is now the majority owner of the Woodside-operated Sunrise gas field after it completed the purchase of equity from Shell and ConocoPhillips.

April 15, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Timor Sea Dispute
The Guardian - April 15, 2019

Helen Davidson – Australia has been accused of "siphoning" millions of dollars a month in oil revenue that should belong to Timor-Leste, because the government is yet to ratify last ye

April 6, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Timor Sea Spy Scandal
Eureka Street - April 6, 2019

Susan Connelly – Franz Kafka's book "The Trial" is a waking nightmare. Josef K, a bank clerk, is arrested. He is never charged, and no evidence of wrongdoing is ever revealed.

April 1, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Mining & Energy
The West Australian - April 1, 2019

Peter Milne – Two Australian mining investors want locals to look to nearby and untapped East Timor for their next venture.

March 27, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Timor Sea Spy Scandal
The Guardian - March 27, 2019

Christopher Knaus – A senior ex-judge has condemned delays in the prosecution of former spy Witness K and his lawyer, Bernard Collaery, saying they represent an "absolute abandonment"

March 25, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Health & Education
Dili Weekly - March 25, 2019

Paulina Quintao – According to the National Hospital Guido Valadares (HNGV) Surgeon, Dr.

March 24, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Population & Migration
Tempo - March 24, 2019

Jakarta (Antara) – Some 60 families of Timor Leste are currently settled in Indonesia's Naktuka Village, Amfoang Timur Sub-district, Kupang District, East Nusa Tenggara, with this risi

March 19, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Women's Rights & Gender
Dili Weekly - March 19, 2019

Paulina Quintao – An exploratory research report on local market facilities conducted by the Australian Government's Program To'os Ba Moris Diak (Farming for Prosperity) and by UN Wome

March 12, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Women's Rights & Gender
Dili Weekly - March 12, 2019

Paulina Quintao – After conducting a comparative study to Australia, the President of the Timor-Leste Parliamentary Women's Group (GMPTL), MP Lidia Norberta, said lack of childcare ser

March 6, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Mining & Energy
The Diplomat - March 6, 2019

Joao da Cruz Cardoso – Timor-Leste successfully held its first early election on May 12, 2018 demonstrating its growing maturity as a democratic state.

March 3, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Conservation & Animal Rights
ABC News - March 3, 2019

Jano Gibson – It's feeding time outside a police station in Dili, where three large saltwater crocodiles are kept as pets.

March 2, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Analysis & Opinion
The Strategist - March 2, 2019

Donald Greenlees – Just over 20 years ago, a letter from Australian prime minister John Howard to the president of Indonesia, B.J.

February 28, 2019

News ›› East Timor ›› Timor Sea Spy Scandal
Sydney Morning Herald - February 28, 2019

Alexandra Back – A jury could hear the controversial prosecution of a former spy known as "Witness K" and his lawyer who are both accused of revealing information about the Australian

February 24, 2019

Reports ›› East Timor ›› Timor Sea Spy Scandal
Independent Australia - February 24, 2019

Ernst Willheim – Australians reading about secret trials in foreign countries tend to content themselves in the belief that in Australia we have an open court system and an independent