News Bytes for 13th June, 2014

“COMING UP IN FIFA…” – Jeremy Mogi


Brazil’s next match will be against Mexico on Tuesday, 17th of June, while the next matches, to be played early on Saturday morning, will be between Mexico and Cameroon in Pool A, Australia and Chile in Pool B and an enticing encounter between defending Champions Spain and 2010 runners up, the Netherlands.





The Department of Education has responded to threats by the Papua New Guinea Teacher’s Association, who are planning to take industrial action against the State for salary discrepancies on teacher payrolls.

Secretary for the Department of Education, Dr. Michael Tapo, stated that the majority of teachers have been paid and assured the minority that the Government would honour its commitment.

He stated said that the problem did not lie at Waigani, and urged the provincial divisions of education, principals of schools and provincial advisors to organize the required paperwork at their end first, as the Department relied on that information they received from the provinces.




Yangoru Sausi district in the East Sepik Province will become the home of one of the biggest oil palm projects in the Momase Region. Over the last 12 months, the district has been gearing up for the project.

The people have given up their land for development of roads, hospitals and schools. The district also plans to light up its village communities for the first time.

After years of government neglect, the Yangoru Sausia people now aim to change their way of living in a big way.

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