The East New Britain Chamber of Commence has lashed out against the East New Britain provincial government for allowing theRead more
Papua New Guinea’s forest covers are reportedly decreasing, an issue caused by domestic economic interests. Recent reports from the NationalRead more
Subsistence agriculture is the only solution to solve food shortages and hunger in the country in an event of droughtRead more
Rabaul today stands as a ghost town- it is not as busy as it was before it was brought to its knees.Read more
After 25 years since its released, the song still hasn’t lost its taste in almost every PNG household, within the county and abroad and can be sung by almost anyone, fluently.Read more
Mr. ToKunai remains in police custody with no bail.Read more
Meanwhile, the student leaders have maintained their stance, that they will not return to class until they get an answer from the council regarding the appointment of the two senior staff of the university.Read more
Chief coroner, Bruce Tasikul said the two witnesses accounts will determine how the six people went missing, and also brings a closure to this 5-year-old mystery.
The coroner inquiry was initiated in June this year to find answers to the mysterious disappearance and bring peace to their families.Read more
In a testimony revealed by Holguin in an air crash report, Holguin stated: “ Our aircraft received a direct hit on No. 1 engine, causing it to burn. No. 2 engine was not functioning properly… In this attack I was wounded in the jaw by .30 cal shells which momentarily rendered me dizzy.”
Holguin received severe wounds to his jaws and back but managed to crawled through the dense Baining mountains for weeks before he was rescued by natives.Read more
“There is a lot of unfinished work that Doug needs to finish. I am happy he will be back,” Archbishop Panfilo said.
A stay order obtained from the Kokopo National Court by the Rabaul Catholic Archdiocese was summoned to the Immigration office not to deport Mr Tennent.
The immigration office refused the stay order.
Last month, the National court in Kokopo, yet again, issued another court order, demanding the immigration office to return Mr Tennent into the country within two weeks.
This afternoon, the Catholic Archdiocese of Rabaul will welcome him back to his home at Vunapope.Read more