By Adelaide Kari – EMTV News, Port Moresby Parliament resumed with question and answer session this morning.Eastern Highlands Governor PeterRead more
Parliament resumed for 2019 and the Member for Ijivitari, Richard Masere, in his question without notice to the Health Minister sought clarification if there was still a medicine shortage in the country as he himself had been unable to be treated in his district, when down with malaria.Read more
A secondary school in Port Moresby was forced to turn away 152 of its Grade Nine students due to the lack of space to accommodate them.
Parents of students turned away have rallied together to postpone classes for Grade Nines classes, until this issue has been sorted.
With moves by an Australian company to establish a coal mine and coal-powered power plant in Morobe Province, a Non-Government Organization is calling on Government to reject this proposal.Read more
By Adelaide Sirox Kari – EMTV News, Port Moresby The Pangu Party says they will stand with Prime Minister PeterRead more
Following recent actions to forcefully shut down the operations of the Wafi Golpu project in Morobe Province by disgruntled landowners, the head of the country’s mining regulator has assured them that no-one has missed on benefits from the project following the recent signing of an MOU between the project and State.Read more
By Theckla Gunga – EMTV News, Port Moresby Over 100 secondary and vocational school teachers in Madang province are refusingRead more
Tuition Fees at the University of Papua New Guinea for the 2019 academic year have increased by 30 percent.
As of this year, all students will be required to pay K4,242 prior to registration.
The schoolmates of late Ruth Kaupa came forward after Ruth’s funeral, questioning why the government has delayed fixing the treatment facility in Lae.Read more
The Opposition have stated that they have secured 8 members of parliament from Government for the vote of no confidence.Read more