News Bytes For 21st August, 2014



A small community along Lae’s Seventh street drive has decided to hold fellowships every Wednesday night to build spiritual relationships among residents. Despite last night’s showers, families gathered along the Hawk Street Avenue and performed gospel songs and dances.


Many of those that turned up at these fellowships have been young children from all denominations and Christian faiths. While Lae is experiencing a surge in law and order problems, this community wants to set the precedence in bringing together young people to live a positive life. Their main aim is to pray for stronger family units and good governance in our nation.





One group impacted by the Tolukuma Gold Mine says it wants to be more than just spectators of the project. The Auga Dilava Resources Association is made up of 138 affiliated groups from Woitape LLG in Goilala District, Central Province.


The group wants to be a party to the Tolukuma MoA and is also claiming compensation for environmental damage. They showed up at EMTV to voice their concerns, saying they have been left out in the benefit sharing agreement and want authorities to solve the Tolukuma Landowners issues once and for all.



“ENB CUP” By Theckla Gunga


The ENB Governor’s Cup was presented to the Rabaul District Administration by winner of the 2014 ENB provincial games Team Radazz. This presentation shows the team’s token of appreciation towards the district for its financial support during the games. 


The fourth ENB games were played at the Takubar Sport Oval last month with four teams representing Kokopo, Gazelle, Pomio and Rabaul districts. Team Radazz was praised by Elizabeth Marba on behalf of the provincial government for displaying an outstanding behavior during the games. 



“LYC DART” By Sylvester Gawi   

Boroko Motors are the first winners of the Lae Yacht club Dart tournament as the competition speared off last night. Of the first four teams that took part, Boroko Motors outplayed NKW Logistics to face SP Brewery in the round 1 final.


A young Boroko Motors side led by Captain David Zemo came from behind to beat the SP Bottles in the thrilling showdown. Since its launch early this month, the dart competition has seen great interest from corporate employees in Lae city. Hosts Lae Yacht Club were happy with last night’s turnout including the support from major sponsors, SP Brewery.



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