Greenhouse Gas Emission and Impending Climate Challenges for Pacific Island Countries Enunciated

Reminding conference goers at the 2018 PNG Investment Conference of the harsh realities of climate change, climate expert Tim Flannery spoke of the impending challenges for Pacific Island countries such as Papua New Guinea brought on by the emission of greenhouse gases. 

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O’Neill: Investors Welcome

Prime Minister O’Neill gave an open invitation for new investors to invest in Papua New Guinea and for previous investors to continue re-investing. Investment opportunities, according to the Prime Minister, is an avenue to create job opportunities for Papua New Guineans and generate business for the country’s small to medium enterprises.

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Prime Minister Peter O’Neill gives Positive Economic Update at 2018 Investment Conference

At the 2018 Investment Conference in Brisbane, Prime Minister Peter O’Neill gave a significantly positive economic update. He stated that despite recent pressures, the country’s debt to GDP is much lower in comparison to other countries; including Australia and that the country is seeing a turn-around.

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The long, neglected road of Kikiri

In the decades leading up to cyclone Guba, the Kikiri road was a long forgotten and neglected road. The road is one of the main arteries of the Oro province and connects the town of Popondetta to Holy Cross station and on to the Kikiri beach where people from the northern coast of the province, as far as Buna and Sanananda, can commute to their villages. The years have not been too kind to the road, obvious wear and tear and a lack of maintenance have left the road in the disastrous state that it is in today.

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PM rallies behind the APEC Coordination Authority

On the eve of the 3rd Senior Officials Meeting, the entirety of the APEC PNG Coordination Authority was treated to a visit by Prime Minister Peter O’Neill. Waigani’s International Convention Centre was a colourful sight as staff from the APEC Coordination Authority filled the auditorium with their bright APEC uniforms, to meet and greet with Prime Minister Peter O’Neill, who had some choice of words to say to the delegation.

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