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Map of Provinces of Papua New Guinea, including new provinces (Hela & Jiwaka) officially inaugurated in May 2012.

  1. Chimbu ( Simbu)
  2. Northern ( Oro Province)

The composition of the new provinces is confirmed by the official results of the 2012 General Election. The boundaries of the component districts of Jiwaka / West Highland and Hela / Southern Highlands are taken from publications of the National Research Institute of Papua New Guinea.

Date 22 May 2012
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Author Keith Edkins at English Wikipedia
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