The swearing in of two female judges has brought the total number of female judges in PNG to six (6). Judges, Justice Royale Thompson and Justice Teresa Berrigan will be Judges at the National Court & the Supreme Court of Justice for a period of three years at the Waigani Court House.Read more
The Gordons Minor Crime Unit in the National Capital District arrested and charged three suspects for being in possession of illicit drugs. The officer in charge (OIC) of the Gordons Minor Crime, Senior Sergeant Apollos Terry said the three suspects were caught allegedly with various quantities of marijuana, cocaine and methamphetamine at the Vadavada Lodge in Port Moresby last week.Read more
The National Government is expecting practical law reforms to be implemented following the Law and Order Summit that will be held in Lae, starting tomorrow (August 9). National Planning Minister Richard Maru today (August 8) said his department supports the summit because one of their focuses is on improving Law and Order issues in Papua New Guinea.Read more
Mendi Police are facing logistical challenges in dealing with remandees and fresh court matters, following the burning down of the courthouse on the 15th of June.Read more
By Theckla Gunga – EMTV News, Port Moresby A retired PNG Defence Force soldier has sustained a broken nose andRead more
A five-day workshop aimed at improving investigation and prosecution of child sexual offences was officially opened on Monday (July 30) at the Lamana Hotel in Port Moresby.Read more
A crab vendor from Gulf Province was murdered by his relative in cold blood at Koki Fish Market in Port Moresby this morning (June 25).Read more
The Hohola Police station refurbishment is timely as Star Mountain hotel located in Hohola prepares to house international delegates for APEC. NCD Metropolitan Superintendent Perou N’Dranou said more of such partnerships are needed in the police force.Read more
By Staycey Yalo – EMTV News, Port Moresby Seven of eight vehicles stolen in Port Moresby last week have beenRead more
Mt Hagen City has returned to normal, after four people were killed last week amidst a fight between the Enga Community and the Jika Mulagamp tribe of Western Highlands Province.
The fight between the Jikas and the Engans lasted three days and suspects have been apprehended.
According to Police, Mr Cui offered K10,000 cash to the Officer in Charge at the Gordons Police Station Minor Crimes Unit. However, the Police Officer, Senior Sergeant Terry referred the matter to the police detectives.Read more
Madang MP Bryan Kramer has laid a formal complaint to investigate the allocation of a K9 million contract awarded to the NCD Yoga Program since 2015. The National Fraud and Anti-Corruption Office in Port Moresby received it today.Read more
Early this week, the Lae Police started the Community Networking Program to strengthen partnerships with the general public. This program started with a meeting with the Lae Media, followed by a public forum at the Bumbu Settlement.Read more