Synonyms for kiunga or Related words with kiunga

tabubil              serenje              mpulungu              masindi              isiolo              lukulu              kalabo              mpika              mtwara              nsanje              kyaukpyu              kigoma              homalin              mulilo              garsen              katima              samfya              kwale              lamu              vanimo              ngundu              ukunda              msambweni              agatti              ghanzi              mtwapa              marsabit              senanga              kitale              wajir              kaloleni              mandera              lodwar              rukungiri              tonkolili              mwanza              namanga              kihihi              kisoro              songea              adjumani              maroantsetra              chicualacuala              grootfontein              nyahururu              mongu              changamwe              mporokoso              ondangwa              kawambwa             



Examples of "kiunga"
Kiunga Airport is an airport in Kiunga, Papua New Guinea.
Kiunga Marine National Reserve is situated along the Indian Ocean coast of Lamu District, Coast Province, Kenya. Kiunga park covers .
Kiunga has reliable 24-hour power. Locals are friendly, and there is no significant crime. Dial-up net access is possible during business hours. Short term accommodation is available. Although Kiunga is accessible by road, this provides access only from Tabubil via the Kiunga-Tabubil Highway.
The North Fly District of the Western Province of Papua New Guinea is the northernmost, smallest, and arguably the most remote of the three districts of the province. It contains the Local-Level Government (LLG) areas of Kiunga Rural, Kiunga Urban, Ningerum Rural, Olsobip Rural and Star Mountains Rural, and the townships of Kiunga, Tabubil, Olsobip and Ningerum.
The Kiunga-Tabubil Highway runs parallel with the river for the majority of its course, until just south of Ningerum where the highway veers southeast towards Kiunga, a port town on the Fly River.
The political centre of the district is Kiunga, and government representatives are elected periodically.
The PNG Accident Investigation Commission sent two investigators to Kiunga to investigate the crash.
Kiunga is a genus of blue-eyes endemic to Papua New Guinea.
Kiunga is a division in the Lamu District of Coast Province located close to the Indian Ocean coast of northern Kenya, and only 15 kilometres to the border with Somalia. A major marine conservation area, the Kiunga Marine National Reserve has its headquarters at Kiunga. The reserve is an important habitat for mangrove, turtles, and many species of birds. Total population of the division is 3310 (1999 census ).
(3) Harro Ranter (13 April 2016). "ASN Aircraft accident Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander registration unknown Kiunga Airport (UNG)".
The Kiunga Rural LLG is a local level government area situated in the North Fly District of the Western Province of Papua New Guinea. In the year 2000, the LLG had a population of 13,249 people. The township of Kiunga is within the boundaries of this LLG, but has its own urban LLG.
The Kiunga Urban LLG is a local level government area situated in the North Fly District of the Western Province of Papua New Guinea. In the year 2000, the LLG had a population of 8265 people. The township of Kiunga, which is governed by this LLG is the government seat of the district.
Ningerum is a small town on the Kiunga-Tabubil Highway, about equidistant between the two centres of Kiunga and Tabubil. Ningerum is the seat of the Ningerum Rural LLG, which was the second most populous LLG in the North Fly District of the Western Province of Papua New Guinea during the 2000 census. The town is served by Ningerum Airport.
Kiunga is the port town that services the mine on the Fly River. The township, which had a population of 8,300 in the year 2000 census, is the terminus of the Kiunga-Tabubil Highway, and the copper concentrate slurry pipeline, about 140 km by road from the minesite.
The Kiunga-Tabubil Highway is an all weather gravel road that runs from the river port town of Kiunga through Ningerum and Tabubil to the Ok Tedi Mine site, in the remote North Fly District of the Western Province of Papua New Guinea. The road is around long, but this changes as sections are rehashed.
There is a mill adjacent to the mine that transforms the raw material mined into copper concentrate slurry. The mill operates two ball mills and one sag mill. Copper concentrate is produced as slurry and piped 137 km (85 mi) along the Kiunga-Tabubil Highway to Kiunga, the main port of the district, where it is shipped via river barge along the Fly River.
The glass blue-eye ("Kiunga ballochi") is a species of fish in the family Pseudomugilidae. It is endemic to Papua New Guinea. Its natural habitat is rivers.
The country has of waterways, and commercial port facilities at Port Moresby, Alotau, Oro Bay, Lae, Kimbe, Kieta Madang, Buka, Rabaul/Kokopo, Kiunga, Wewak and Vanimo.
The Kiunga-Tabubil Highway is maintained by Ok Tedi Mining Limited, as the mine is the greatest beneficiary of the road. The highway, for the most part, runs parallel with the Ok Tedi River. Parts of the highway are often consumed by the river and need to be rebuilt. The cost of maintaining this road is K1.5 million a year. The copper slurry pipeline to Kiunga from the mine runs along the full length of this road.
Kiunga is a port town on the Fly River in the Western Province of Papua New Guinea, just upstream from the D'Albertis Junction with the Ok Tedi River. It is the southernmost terminus of the Kiunga-Tabubil Highway. Local industry rests on a cornerstone of freight and haulage, particularly from the Ok Tedi Mine and provisioning for the much larger town of Tabubil. Rubber has been an emerging industry more recently, with a processing/manufacturing plant being built in town.