By Theckla Gunga – EMTV News, Port Moresby Police Commissioner, Gari Baki, is of the view that the recount ofRead more
The people of Simbu are protesting against the Electoral Commission’s decision to have the recount of the Simbu Provincial seat in Lae instead of in Simbu or nearby provinces.Read more
The Arou Aid post in the Kopiago district in Hela Province was reopened 15 years after it was closed down.Read more
Mt Hagen City hosted its first ever Christmas carols by candlelight last night after 43 years of independence without a celebration.
Joseph Rokpa, an individual who sponsored the program aims to see oneness in different works of life.
Christmas as believed by many Christians is a time for forgiveness and happiness.Read more
By Jack Lapauve Jnr – EMTV News, Port Moresby The chairman of the Papua New Guinea Justice Foundation hasRead more
Farmers in the Kundiawa-Gembolg Electorate in Chimbu Province now have the opportunity to sell their fresh produce overseas. This was made possible through the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the Kundiawa Gembolg District Development Authority, and the Fresh Produce Development Agency. Both authorities signed a four year agreement to partner to support local farmers.
The Kundiawa-Gembolg District Development Authority invested K3.76 Million into the Fresh Produce Development Agency, to partner to support local farmers marketing their fresh produce and other cash crops to meet the demands of the agro-industry in the country and overseas.Read more
The Western Highlands Provincial Education Board will be investigating the mismanagement of Tuition Free Fee funding in schools in the province.Read more
By Meriba Tulo – EMTV News, Port Moresby With efforts to connect more coffee farmers to markets, a contractRead more
A total of 281 cooperative societies in the Anglimp-South Waghi area of Jiwaka Province have registered to do business. This will see a lot of grassroots people in Jiwaka engaging in small and medium enterprise businesses. Their certificates were presented to them by the Department of Trade and Commerce, last Friday.
These cooperative groups will join the already established 6000 cooperative societies in Papua New Guinea, and the 1.2 billion registered members worldwide. Joining a cooperative society means one must agree to pool together resources to undertake economic activities such as poultry, piggery, and agricultural projects for a common good.Read more