The fight against Corruption in PNG was the initiative of the then Morauta government beginning in 2002.Read more
The structure of Churches in Papua New Guinea can be used to deliver service to the very remotest parts of Papua New Guinea.Read more
Specialised in both dressmaking and tailoring, Mawe Kua, a seamstress at Gordons suburb of Port Moresby calls for recognition from government for micro enterprises and urges coming government to empower ordinary people.Read more
After high hopes of medical treatment, for a cancerous growth covering his right eye, brave little Bongre Peter had to leave Port Moresby on a sad note.Read more
Thousands of graduates each year end up in the streets searching for jobs for more than a year.Read more
Kulangiye says the people of Banz are happy to see counting of the votes occur in Banz and are voluntarily cleaning up the place where the scrutiny will happen.Read more
Today is June 4 2017, the first Sunday of the month of June and it is the National Cancer SurvivorsRead more
In January 2017, senior environmental health officer Matthew Laba, who is one of the three health inspectors with the National Capital District Commission, highlighted the need to maintain health standards, especially with food and urged general public to report shops that sell overdue food products.
Despite warnings from Health Authorities, few shops in Port Moresby continue to sell food items that have already went past their best-before dates. Most times, people do not consider the expiration dates on food products when going shopping, thus they run the risk for serious food poisoning.Read more
No country in the world has been developed by members of parliament (MPs) providing basic services, Lucas Kiap told the people of the Kitip area of the Western Highlands province. He was on one of his campaign awareness.
Kiap, who is a mechanical engineer and an anti-corruption advocate, is well known for his strong voice against corruption in Papua New Guinea.Read more
The small Banz town in the new Jiwaka province came alive on Saturday, 20 May 2017 as thousands of people flocked in to hear the Jiwaka regional candidates take on each other on topics of importance in a debate initiated by the sitting governor, Dr William Tongamp.Read more