A dispute between PNG Customs and Puma Energy over outstanding import Goods & Services Tax has been brought to a close, with both parties signing a deed of settlement. As a result, Puma Energy PNG will now pay K40 million to the State. This follows months of dialogue and reviews by both parties.
World Water Day was celebrated today by Water Aid and partners from the Australian Government at Gabagaba Primary School today.
Dr Kombra said he will meet with Morobe Education Officers tomorrow to clarify reports on these outstanding TFF payments in Morobe. He said he isn’t aware of schools in Morobe that claim to have outstanding TFF payments.
Highlands Organic Agriculture Consultancy has now taken over the factory to process organic coffee for the world market.
With less than three months remaining before the 45,000-seat venue is due to host a Group E match between Costa Rica and Serbia, the pitch has yet to be laid.
The study confirmed a provisional finding that 2016 was the warmest year in records dating back to the 19th century, with 2017 and 2015 tied for second place in a warming trend the WMO blames on man-made emissions of greenhouse gases.