As part of COP23, photographers both armatures and professionals across the Pacific have the chance of having their work displayed in Bonn, Germany during the conference.Read more
Augustine Kili is the oldest serving staff at EMTV. The younger brother, of radio personality, the late Justin Kili, he started working even before the company, in its current form, began broadcasting programs.Read more
Undefeated in their five matches, the Garamuts have qualified for the ICC U19 World Cup in New Zealand in 2018. Arriving at Jackson’s airport this afternoon, the victorious garamuts were excited at having reached their goal of qualifying for the under 19 world cup in New Zealand in January.Read more
Minister Maru challenged them to carry out the census to update data for National Election, National Accounts and create a Management Information System.Read more
These orders were given to achieve a complete ceasefire on the unrest.There must not be any more fighting as the Peace and Good Order Committee had declared Wabag and Kandep District ‘fighting zones’. This means that Police have wider powers under the Intergroup fighting Act to arrest and detain those who decide to fight.
Failure to comply with the Preventative Order will see those involved to be imprisoned for six months, or pay a fine of K2,000. The three groups accepted the PO and agreed to end the fighting.
The Kandeps agreed to put their matter to the Court of Dispute and Returns of not counting their seven disputed boxes which contained most of Don Polye’s stronghold votes.Read more
Born in Rabaul to missionary parents, Rosemary Ellie Botong, never thought a career in radio would become what she now describes as her “calling.”Read more
A British National hired by Lae based company has taken to Facebook to highlight alleged labor and work permit abuses by his employer.Read more
A Grade 12 student of Kopen Secondary in Wabag was shot dead after the looting of a shop in Wabag town on Monday. On Monday at around 12pm, Police reports stated that there was a looting by opportunists at a shop in Wabag town.
Police could not identify who fired the shots, because, at that same time, all the security forces were at Amala and Teremanda maintaining peace when the incident happened.Read more
EMTV is delighted to announce a sponsorship partnership with two proud PNG companies: Oil Search (PNG) Limited and Kumul PetroleumRead more
In Kavieng, having rasta, and listening to reggae music, had to be accompanied by tie-dyed pants and shirts in the traditional reggae colours of yellow, green, and red.
But there were other things that set Kavieng town apart; while at the same time, ensured it didn’t lose touch with the rest of a Papua New Guinea in the throngs of modernity.
Sales on BMX bikes sky-rocketed following the string of extreme BMX bike-riding movies of RAD, and the BMX bandits. And while this later led to an underground of stolen and re-chopped BMX bikes, it also gave us means to hang out with our friends.
One favourite night pastime was getting on our bikes, armed with small torches for regulation lights, and using the whole of Kavieng town, for a game of hide and seek.Read more