The Madang District office is in its final stages of conducting a 5 year internal audit into how the DSIPRead more
More than 5,000 people living in wards 2&3 in Ambenob LLG of Madang District are threatening to shut down waterRead more
The Minister is also looking at making Modilon General Hospital become part of the Divine Word University.Read more
The member for Madang Bryan Kramer, will be looking into evictions being carried out in Madang town to see ifRead more
His decision is for the betterment for Madang province to receive the kind of support it needs.
Mr Yama, today held a public gathering at the PLP oval in Madang town to acknowledge the people for electing him as their governor.
He also took the opportunity to explain to his people why he chose to be with the government and not the opposition.
Yama’s explanation comes after numerous complains raised by the people of Madang over his decision to join the governmentRead more
Pangu Party candidate, Jerry Singirok, has taken over the lead in count 54 of the Madang Regional counting at middayRead more
In middle Ramu, all teams are expected to complete polling on Tuesday.
Usino Bundi started polling late due to no security personnel on the ground to provide security thus led to the voters demanding security presence on the ground before polling can commenced.
They are expected to complete polling on Wednesday at the latest given the geographical location in some of the areas as well as fuel for vehicles.
For Rai Coast, only two LLGs Naho Rawa and Astrolabe have completed polling.
They have transported their ballot papers to the Jomba police station yesterday.
12 ballot boxes for Astrolabe and 14 ballot boxes for Naho Rawa LLG were now locked up at the Jomba police.
Counting is now scheduled to start on Tuesday.Read more
The public identified him and advised the police. Sulung was standing on the line ready to dip his fingers inside the paint container before receiving the ballot papers from the Presiding officer to cast his vote, for the second time.Read more
The Modilon General Hospital in Madang scaled down its operations two weeks due to financial difficulties.
The Hospital’s board also made a decision to increase hospital fees.
The Modilon General is a level 5 provincial referral hospital. It serves more than 500,000 people. But the dire news was delivered through the Hospital’s CEO, Christine Gawi issuing a letter informing the people of Madang its plans to cut down on its operations.Read more
Madang police are yet to gather leads to the recent spate of armed robberies in Madang where the preferred meansRead more