80 percent of Papua New Guineans live in rural areas, and to this demography, agriculture isn’t merely a topic for discussion but their source of livelihood.Read more
According to Innovative Agro Industry CEO, Lior Crystal, the imports are extremely expensive and lack consistency. The establishment of the farm is to supply consumers with locally produced dairy goods; goods that will have longer shelf lives.Read more
Global ICT service provider, SpeedCast, has opened up shop in Port Moresby in a move that country manager, Scott Tipping, describes as “significant.”Read more
Image: A portion of the Abau District Roads Coconut farmers in the Abau District are calling for the government to fixRead more
Access to markets will mean more business, a healthy contribution to the economy and the exposure of PNG, internationally.Read more
According to SPC Director General, Dr. Colin Tukuitonga, the SPC recognises that development issues are complex and multi-dimensional, and cannot be solved by a sectorial approach alone, and by taking a multi-sectorial and integrated approach to responding to Pacific Islands’ development priorities, the organisation draws upon skills and capabilities from around the region and internationally.Read more
If you haven’t heard about Cloud Computing yet, you certainly will in 2017.
Papua New Guinea is charging full speed into the 21st century, in an attempt to keep up with our more developed counterparts and cloud computing is fast becoming a popular vehicle in driving this development.
In the era of Google Drive and Dropbox, gone are the days when companies would use hard drives, religiously, for storage purposes.Read more
Earlier this week EMTV News reported on the heated debate of coal mining in PNG and since then critics haveRead more
2016 has been a trying year for businesses in the country. Many have laid off workers; and many face theRead more
In 2016, Oil and Gas Company, Total PNG had engaged in several fronts for the Papua LNG project; the secondRead more