Netball teams around the country are in Lae this week for the Newcrest National Netball Championships.Read more
By Lucy Kopana – EMTV News, Lae The CS Department plans to have a new prison facility in the MorobeRead more
By Lucy Kopana – EMTV News, Lae Minister for Community Development, Soroe Eoi, took the opportunity whilst attending the LawRead more
Mendi Police are facing logistical challenges in dealing with remandees and fresh court matters, following the burning down of the courthouse on the 15th of June.Read more
The Polio vaccination exercise in the Morobe Province will end tomorrow (03 August 2018) after 3 weeks.Read more
Lae Secondary School celebrated the opening of new staff houses over the weekend, despite the financial instability experienced by schools across the country.Read more
Lae’s Inaugural Flower and Garden show attracted up to thirty participants, and an even bigger crowd over the weekend. Participating groups came from as far as Ramu, Bulolo and Wau.Read more
Classes for students of Huonville Primary School in Lae may be delayed for another week, as the construction of classrooms are progressing slowly.Read more
Lae Police Boss Anthony Wagambie Jnr has reiterated that the working committee setup to address illegal settlements, will concentrate on the new settlements in the city that have been contributing to law and order issues.
Over the past few years, a number of new and illegal settlements have been formed; some of them occupying state land.
Wagambie said this was a concern, because they are often responsible for inciting law and order problems in the area.Read more
Over the last 30 years, Papua New Guinea has been faced with its own media freedom challenges. Assaults and intimidation have become regular with journalists, camera crews and photographers bearing the brunt of the assaults.
Journalists in Lae have been the focus of international attention in the last year after one was assaulted and another threatened.Read more