In Gaire, voters were seen lining up to cast their votes for regional and open seat members in an orderly manner.Read more
Two vehicles collided at a traffic light intersection in downtown Port Moresby this afternoon.Read more
EMTV has won the country another major international TV Award for its UNDP film documentary, ‘Driving the Change’.Read more
Papua New Guinean Climate Change Activist Latin N’Drihin has described U.S President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Accord as a slap in the face for small islands countries and developing nations. He however urges that Trumps decision should not derail their campaign against the effects of climate change.Read more
Papua New Guinean climate change activist, Latin N’Drihin, says he will commence an 80-kilometre pilgrimage walk on the eve of World Environment Day Celebrations on Monday 5th of June.
He will be carrying a 12ft cross from downtown Port Moresby to Sogeri promoting peace with nature.
On Sunday, he commences the 5-day walk from the Climate Change and Development Authority office in downtown Port Moresby to the Sogeri National High school and return by Friday 9th of June.Read more
This 75 minute documentary captures the best moments of a remarkable journey taken on by PNG’s Agriculture wiz Steve Woodhouse into the heart of PNG’s agricultural sector.Read more
Australia’s biggest pop band, Sheppard is in town to launch their latest Single “Keep Me Crazy” ahead of their international tour with Justin Bieber and Little Mix.Read more
The Kerema branch is the latest addition to 10 established Nambawan Supa Limited (NSL) branches under the current partnership withRead more
An oil spill reported at the Fairfax harbor, Port Moresby, may prove bad for business for Koki Fish Market and Manu Fish Market. There is growing fears among Port Moresby residents that the oil has contaminated the marine life within the area.Read more
Many Union worker associations have disassociated themselves from the latest alliances between Peoples Progress party and a minority of the mainline workers unions.Read more