Over 230 participants and 28 dogs turned up for the annual Paws Walk 2018 in Port Moresby yesterday morning (May 20)
Prime Minister Peter O’Neill was in Manila last week to hold talks with Government authorities of the Republic of Philippines. In a meet with business giants, Mr. O’Neill says the good relationship will extend to create more dialogue in business, people to people and resource sharing for capacity building.
The Papua New Guinea government is drafting a Bill to better address issues affecting People living with Disabilities. This was announced during the Group of Friends on Disability Symposium today by minister for Youth, Religion and Community Development, Soroi Eoe.
A new website has been launched to preserve the memories and stories of Papua New Guineans during World War II. ‘Voices from the War’ is an oral history collection of interviews with men and women from six provinces in Papua New Guinea about their own, or their relatives’, experiences of the war.
The Governor General acknowledged the role of the Private Sector in supporting sporting activities through funding and sponsorship necessary to make these events a reality. He highlighted the importance of establishing a good network of business people and individuals in staging sports events in the world.
Developing rural communities through out the APEC region through Regional Economic Integration and Connectivity was an highlight at the APEC Study Centers Consortium Conference 2018 (ASCC2018) during the Second Senior Officials Meetings and Related Meetings at the International Convention Centre in Port Moresby.
A stream of lava blocked a Hawaii highway on Sunday that serves as an escape route for coastal residents, while the first known serious injury was reported from fresh explosive eruptions from the Kilauea volcano.