Awake PNG Conference to be hosted in PNG by first Jewish woman Archbishop

Teshuvah Trumpet Worship Center (TTWC) in partnership with Kad-Esh Messianic Apostolic Prophetic(MAP) Ministries will be hosting the Awake PNG Conference in Papua New Guinea this month.

According to the local host ministry, TTWC, the conference is aimed to prepare the Move of God with a clear prophetic word for the Body of Churches and the nation to get the key of Abraham for the blessing of this nation.

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New Dental Equipment for Tari General Hospital

Hela Provincial Health Authority (PHA) with Oil Search Foundation have donated a brand new automatic dental chair and machine on Thursday, 23 February to Tari General Hospital Dental Clinic Department.

According to reports received from Bill Kapi, a nursing officer at the hospital, it was the first time for Tari hospital to receive a gift from the new PHA system that was established in October last year.

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Central Bank warns the public of the circulation of demonetised K100 notes

Bank of PNG (BPNG) Governor Loi Bakani confirmed yesterday that more than K124 million demonetised K100 bank notes sold to a company in Germany in 2013 is being illegally circulated publicly.

According to BPNG, these K100 paper bank notes which are old and possess no monetary value may have allegedly been “hijacked” somewhere in Asia while on route to Europe for destruction and circulated widely, even sold by some people online.

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PNG Youth Attends UN Youth ECOSOC Forum in New York

The United Nations Resident Coordinator’s Office (UNRCO) in Port Moresby confirms the attendance of a young Papua New Guinean recently to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Youth Forum in New York.

The Forum cantered on the theme of the role of youth in poverty eradication and promoting prosperity in a changing world and discussed ways in which young people can actively implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

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ADB Helps Expand Port Moresby International Airport Through Public Private Partnership

A press release from Asian Development Bank reports the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Papua New Guinea (PNG) National Airports Corporation (NAC) signed a transaction advisory services agreement to develop a new international passenger terminal at Port Moresby (Jacksons) International Airport through public–private partnership (PPP) on 2 February 2017.

According to Marcelo Minc, Country Director of ADB’s PNG Resident Mission, ADB has been a key development partner to NAC for several years through the landmark Civil Aviation Development Investment Program.

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