Science teacher, Barbara Anatau, said one of the outcome objectives is to illustrate to the students how telecommunication has contributed to the socio-economic development of the country.Read more
PNG could learn a thing or two about supporting local entrepreneurs by studying the Japanese Monetary Systems. A recent lectureRead more
The 2017 Milne Bay Day was held at the Sir John Guise Stadium with over 10 traditional dance groups from around the Province performing on the
The performances included those from the beautiful islands of love – Trobriand Islands, Misima Islands, Duau dancers, the fearsome Tawala and more.Read more
Minister Maru said the Department of National Planning was the nerve-center of the country and reminded the staff that they had an enormous responsibility to plan well, implement these plans and delivery results.
This was an introductory meeting between the staff and the new Minister. Secretary Harry said the Alotau Accord II lists 5 action items that the Department is responsible for.
These are Population, Economic Growth, Informal Sector, Effective Planning and Management of the Economy, and establishment of the National Data Collection Centre.Read more
The PNG National Trade Policy 2017-2032 was launched last night by Deputy Prime Minister Charles Able, the outgoing Minister for Trade, Commerce & Industry, Richard Maru, European Union Ambassador to PNG, Ioannis Giogkarakis-Argyropoulos and the Secretary for Trade, Commerce & Industry, John Andrias.Read more
The full Cabinet of Papua New Guinea’s 10th National Parliament has been announced today in Port Moresby.Read more
50 staff applications have been approved and the first five recipients received their payment today.Read more
The event will showcase 11 talented designers who have created pieces in the three categories required by the Miss South Pacific Pageant PNG.Read more
After the Alliance coalition signed the Alliance Accord in Port Moresby, yesterday, the three parliamentary leaders for Northern Province were keen to show their unity. Governor Juffa said an inauguration will be announced soon.Read more
Papua New Guinea’s forest is unique, because about 97 percent of the forested land is customary owned. This was emphasizedRead more