“I think a lot of people didn’t have confidence that the new government would look after us.”Read more
“We don’t have a road. We don’t have a secondary school. We don’t even have a district hospital.”Read more
“I’m just lucky to be alive. Up to 20,000 people died. Seventeen members of my extended family members were killed.”Read more
The Engineering Battalion relies on the ex-corporal and five other aging ex-servicemen to lead the charge during ceremonies.Read more
Richard Mogu was born in Iruna Aid Post in Abau District.From an early age, he was surrounded by people who played music or were involved in some way with music.
In 2016, at 28, Gwendolyn Ban graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy making her the youngest Papua New Guinean woman to graduate with such a degree from Unitech.Read more
“Life is too short, if you have talent, you have to use it.
“That… is the vision!”Read more
Ultimate Furniture is a small business that started from family discussions about what each member’s strengths were. Owner, Nancy Tagep,Read more
In the last three years, Nigel Bana has become a recognizable face as a sports ambassador in Karate circles. TodayRead more
In 2015, a film collection called documenting Papua New Guineans working for peace and justice gained international attention when itRead more