Human Development Institute’s founder, Samuel Tam, will be releasing his new book tomorrow. Written with the purpose to inspire Papua New Guineans, Mr. Tam says it is a process of the last 50 years in life in business, in interacting with people both rich and poor.Read more
The Geneva Conventions were commemorated in Port Moresby marking 70 years since the establishment of the four Geneva conventions in 1949.
Created for the worst of times, the Geneva conventions preserve the core of our common humanity.
The Ministry of Conservation, Environment and Climate Change has signed an agreement with landowner representatives from the April Salumei project area in East Sepik’s Wasara Gawi and Ambunti Dreikikir districts, to resume operation of the carbon trading project. They will do so through resolution of landowner disputes which has hindered the progress of the project for some time.Read more
Papua New Guinea’s July 23rd marked Remembrance Day in memory of World War 2 fallen. In the Sohe District of Northern Province lies Awala Village where lies PNG’s largest mass-burial of an undisclosed number of high profiled trained Japanese soldiers.Read more
According to General Manager of Colgate-Palmolive PNG, John Wood, dentists around the world say, brushing your teeth two times a day with fluoride toothpaste goes a long way in protecting your teeth and keeping your gums healthy.Read more
By Lillian Sopera Keneqa – EM TV News, Popondetta Popondetta Urban LLG Ward 2 will be wrapping up pollingRead more
The Volcano experts are with the US Geological Survey -USAID Volcano Disaster Assistance Program (VDAP) and their final leg saw them conducting vital training for RVO staff on how to analyse and interpret data streaming back to the observatory from the new instrumentation at Ulamona.Read more
When the 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck affecting about 5 provinces in Papua New Guinea in February 2018, the Indian Government also wanted to offer assistance. Unfortunately by the time negotiations were completed, the Indian general elections took place. Just recently, the Indian Government was finally able to give more than just money towards aid for the earthquake-affected areas.Read more
Recent statistics from Transparency International PNG’s (TIPNG) corruption complaints desk, shows that state agencies need to be practical in addressing corruption complaints from the public.Read more
For those who want to attend the Enga Cultural show in August, the internet has just made purchasing show tickets incredibly easy. Both international tourists and local visitors can now purchase the tickets with just a click of a button, anywhere they are in the world. International tourists and local visitors can start buying tickets online at www.engashow.com to attend this year’s festival.Read more
When in the midst of an emergency, seeing the ‘green angels’ arriving on scene gives hope to many people. Those who have watched the reality show, Green Angels, know how important the work of St. John Ambulance is in the city and Central Province. St John CEO, Commissioner Matthew Cannon, said “My staff take their jobs very seriously, and that our patients are at the heart of why we wake up every day to save lives!”Read more
According to the United Nations, Papua New Guinea is a very high risk country when it comes to disasters. The country is ranked as one of the top 10 most exposed countries in the world for environment disasters.Read more
During the St. John’s Ambulance Gala Fundraising dinner, Prime Minister, James Marape, talked about the country’s current economic status including how tax was being used. In commending the great work that the St. John staff and officers were doing, Marape also wants to see an increase in more funding to help where it matters most.Read more
St John Ambulance and Paradise Private Hospital have signed an agreement to ensure a smooth transition of patients from the ambulance to leading private hospitals. National Council of St John Chairman, Jean Kekedo, said “The agreement is about creating more options for patients and working collaboratively with the important private health system.”Read more
The US Embassy in Port Moresby is sending five female athlete students from 5 secondary schools in the National Capital District on a 10-day Sports Visitor Program in the US. This follows the remarkable performance of the first group of 9 female students in 2017 in which Papua New Guinea was again selected to participate in the 2019 Youth Soccer and Leadership Camp.Read more