Tari National Court Complex Renovations to Resume

The Tari National Court had temporarily ceased hearing cases following the death of former residential judge, the late Justice Martin Ipang in April. Yesterday morning (June 7), the Chief Justice said he is in the process of appointing a new judge for Tari. The cheque presentation comes after months of continuous discussions between the Hela Provincial Administration and NJSS.

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PNGDF Urges Media to Confirm Allegations Before Publishing Reports

The Papua New Guinea Defence Force (PNGDF) has strongly advised journalists to properly verify information before publishing stories involving soldiers. This comes after the Post Courier published an article alleging that PNGF soldiers injured 44 people when conducting a raid in the Western Highlands Province.

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Oil Search Helps Build Education Infrastructure for Schools in Simbu

Students of Bimai High School in the Sinesine Yongomugl District of Simbu, now has two new dormitories plus teachers houses and classrooms thanks to Oil Search. With Sinasina Yongomugl heavily investing in the education sector, local MP Kerenga Kua says only education will be influential in the district’s development ambitions.

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Crater Mountain Coffee Growers in Dire Need of Road Access

CIC said apart from peanut, coffee is the major source of income for the remote people of Crater who are scattered in several villages in the mountains, hence, lack of road access is a major obstacle depriving the growers to return to their gardens. Consequently the growers have neglected their coffee trees, but are now reviving some gardens thanks to the CIC’s rehabilitation project.

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