By Geraldine Kalabai – EMTV Online Papua New Guinea for the first time since becoming a member of the CoralRead more
One of the crime’s that has been on the rise since 2018 has
been carjacking’s. For those of us who own vehicles and drive around the city,
it is a scary thought. But with the appropriate security measures and common
sense we can move about the city without having significant issues.
The conduct of NCD City Rangers towards people living with Disability has been called into question.
President of PNG Assembly of Disability Persons, Jacklyn Garoau, says the current approach by City Rangers to vendors living with Disability is inappropriate, and should be changed.
This follows the reported assault of a person living with disability in December 2018.
NITA through its Enviro Youth Ambassador program 2018, is actively helping to address some of their local waste pollution issues in Kavieng with the help of other likeminded individuals who volunteer.Read more
Eleven years ago at a time where women were largely expected to take a back seat in favour of men,Read more
Image: Janet Yaki (right) with Kumuls Captain, David Mead About a week ago a colleague of mine sent me aRead more
Apart from the betelnut obscenity around us, another looming problem is the amount of plastic waste being disposed in the wrong places. Not only is littering unattractive but it is also hazardous to the environment. We are so used to seeing plastic everywhere that it somehow does not seem like a problem anymore.Read more
Passionate young leaders in Papua New Guinea (PNG) are encouraging their peers to stand up for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the global development milestone to transform the world and PNG by 2030.
A press release from United Nations Resident Coordinator’s Office on 20 February states that the selected Youth Champions for the Global Goals of the United Nations in PNG, Ms. Bronwyn Kili, Ms. Lydia Dimokali, and Mr. Nathan Garry are generating a youth movement towards the Goals.Read more
Eda Ranu today received initial payment of K500 000 for water project to be carried out in the Moresby South West Electorate. Presenting the cheque to Eda Ranu Chief operating Officer was member for Moresby North West Michael Malabag.Read more
The two day event will run from, January 27 – 28, at the Laguna Hotel with over 100 entrepreneurs present. However, only 25 businesses are eligible for the Top 25 Pitch Event.Read more
Joyce Bay previously known as horse camp is the biggest settlement in NCD. It has been coined as one the most notorious places in NCD and a no-go zone for many. Being well aware of the names they have been called, the youths are working to change all of this.Read more
By: Geraldine Kalabai – EMTV Online, Port Moresby Saving up is an idea that sounds simply impossible to most ofRead more