The 6th and final episode of Farming PNG marks the end of the second season of a series of documentaries that shed light on the country’s agriculture sector.Read more
Police officers who were in pursuit of a stolen vehicle in Papua New Guinea’s capital, Port Moresby, have uprooted close to a thousand marijuana plants near Siraka village. The officers while retrieving a vehicle which was reported stolen last Tuesday, were surprised to discover marijuana growing in such quantity.Read more
Telikom PNG is a proud bronze sponsor of the 7th Lukim PNG Nau Expo, which will be held this month, from the 23rd to 26th in Madang.Read more
Papua New Guinea’s Prime Minister Hon. James Marape, was saddened to learn today about the passing of Tongan Prime Minister, Hon Samuela Akilisi Pohiva. “I was in Tuvalu for the recent Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) and was impressed with Prime Minister Pohiva who was very passionate about issues concerning the Pacific islands.Read more
Papua New Guinea’s Prime Minister, Hon James Marape, says there must be a national reconciliation ceremony between the National Government and people of Autonomous Region of Bougainville. Prime Minister Marape said this when addressing the Joint Supervisory Body (JSB) meeting on Buka Island this morning. He said the National Government will support the wishes and aspirations of the ABG in determining their political future through the referendum.Read more
PNG’s very own chocolate, the Queen Emma, from the Queen Emma Chocolate Company (QECC) has doubled its production shifts to cater for the increasing success of sales; this was announced by the Paradise Company Ltd., CEO Mr. James Rice.Read more
In a first time ever, Papua New Guinea’s national airline, Air Niugini, will be having a heavily discounted independence flash sale in commemoration with the country’s 44th independence anniversary, giving Papua New Guineans the chance to travel to any domestic destinations in the country.Read more
A recent medical check up conducted for the Western Highlands police has revealed an alarming rate of lifestyle related diseases found in more than eighty police officers.Read more
Trukai Industries Limited has maintained its support for the annual Goroka Show with a sponsorship of K10, 000. Trukai has sponsored this event for 14 consecutive years and is committed towards giving back to the community and supporting such events that promote PNG’s unique and diverse cultures.Read more
Thirteen Papua New Guinean operations technicians travelled to Esso Australia’s Longford Fire Training Ground, in Gippsland, Victoria, to learn best-practice emergency response preparedness. Esso Australia is an affiliate of ExxonMobil Corporation with more than 50 years of operations in Australia.Read more
While presenting the institute with the additional funding, the Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture stated that PNG culture was here to stay. “I have a short term and long term plan for the National Cultural Commission and its cultural institutions,” Mr Tammur said.Read more
The towns of Kikori in the Gulf Province and Tari in Hela Provinces both now have extra reasons to celebrate Literacy Week this September thanks to two new literacy libraries funded by the Oil Search Foundation (OSF) in partnership with the community, churches and Buk bilong Pikinini.Read more
Finding a place in the 16 team tournament was equally hard for Olam, not to mention securing his place in the most consistent club of the modern era– Melbourne Storms. The Storms player #187 didn’t give up on his dream.Read more
The Independent Consumer and Competition Commission has announced new retail fuel prices for this month. As of September theRead more
NG Kumuls stars Justin Olam and James Segeyaro will feature in the first week of the NRL finals this weekend.
Home grown centre – three quarter – Olam finds himself starring down footprints of former Kumul legend – Marcus Bai, who won the 1999 Grand final with the Melbourne Storms.