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SIR J REMINICES WITH VISITING BOLLDOGS 24 Oct 2012

By Glenda Popot

Excitement was at its peak in Kavieng Town over the weekend with the arrival of the 2012 NRL minor premiers Canterbury Bulldogs arrived in Kavieng on Saturday. The week-long visit has been the talk in New Ireland among all children, sporting codes, men and women as well as good old days rugby heroes of New Ireland. For some, the Bulldogs presence has rekindled old m... more

GELU CALLS FOR COMPLIANCE 24 Oct 2012

By Glenda Popot

The Registrar of Political Parties and Candidates Dr Alphonse Gelu , says it is important leaders in the country, particularly Members of Parliament to comply with the laws of the land. Dr Gelu says this would bring the style of leadership in PNG to another level and instill greater legitimacy and respect in our system of governance and leadership. He made these re... more

HEALTH MINISTER MOVES TO HAVE COMMUNMITY HEALTH WORKERS ON THE GOVERNMENT PAYROLL 16 Oct 2012

By Julianna Waeda.

HEALTH MINISTER MOVES TO HAVE COMMUNMITY HEALTH WORKERS ON THE GOVERNMENT PAYROLL

Minister for Health and HIV/AIDS Michael Malabag has put forward a submission to have the Community Health Workers included on the Government’s payroll system. Minister Malabag says there is a need to have a better work force plan which he says will form the basis of h... more

IBS ANNOUNCES FIVE WINNERS FROM IT’S 2012 OLYMPIC DAY FUN RUN 15 Oct 2012

By Dora GAWI

FIVE lucky participants of the 2012 Olympic Day Trukai Fun Run will have the opportunity to study at the Institute of Business Studies at 6 Mile in Port Moresby in 2013 under a scholarship from the institution.

They are Peterson Basil, Kenneth Jeff, Billy Zalingau, Betty Ronson and Em Kanaga. These five people were selected from a draw on Wednesday at the I... more

TWO CHILDREN AMONG 11 PEOPLE RESCUED OFF THE COAST OF MADANG 12 Mar 2012

By Julianna Waeda: Two children were among eleven people rescued in Madang Province over the weekend, after their banana boat traveling from Long Island to Saidor on mainland Madang capsized on Saturday. This rescue was due to the quick response by the National Maritime Safety Authority’s manned PNG Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre, with logistical support from the Rescue Coordinatio... more

INTERNET REVOLUTION TAKING ITS TOLL IN PNG 12 Mar 2012

By Mellodie Quicho

11th october,2012 @09:00hrs

The internet revolution in Papua New Guinea is happening right now. Digicel PNG’s Chief Operating Officer Julian Orgin, says this is why they are seeing a change in customers and the type of services they want. Mr. Ogrin says customers have gone from wanting a handset for basic communication and having a torch light or radio, t... more

GRADE 10 STUDENTS NATIONWIDE SIT THEIR FINAL EXAMS THIS WEEK 08 Mar 2012

By Dianne Waketsi Over 45 thousand Grade 10 students this morning set for the Lower Secondary School Certificate Exams, starting off with the English paper. The exam, which is conducted right throughout the country, will run for a week, at 237 schools. Acting Secretary for the Department of Education Luke Taita apologized to the students and parents for a week’s delay of examination, fur... more