Government to put money where its mouth is for education

January 6, 2021 Elias Nanau 0

The Education Department has formally farewelled former minister Joseph Yopyyopy and welcomed new minister Jimmy Uguro. Yopyyopy minced no words asking government to be faithful in pumping money to education.

Papua New Guinea records 16th Covid-19 case

July 18, 2020 Elias Nanau 0

Prime Minister James Marape says border with Indonesia will remain closed and there would be discussions on restrictions to movement of people to and from Port Moresby.

In Papua New Guinea orphans from a remote community tour an Air Niugini jet aircraft for the first time

July 9, 2020 Elias Nanau 0

An Air Niugini flight PX 160, a Fokker 70 aircraft landed at Goroka airport this morning and the orphans were given privilege to take a photo with the flight crew and then took a tour of the aircraft.

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David Manning aims to rebuild and improve police

July 5, 2020 Elias Nanau 0

The Commissioner concluded by reminding policemen about what was happening around the world. He said people have risen up against the police forces because of the abuses.

Tabubil intensive care staff humbled by medevac experience

July 1, 2020 Elias Nanau 0

This is my definition of reaching out and providing basic health care to our people who need it the most. And I want to thank my employer Tabubil Hospital and Ok Tedi Mining Limited (OTML) for giving me that opportunity to be part of this medevac

Controller releases new emergency direction for hotel quarantine

June 14, 2020 Elias Nanau 0

Non-compliance with the emergency direction by a non-PNG citizen or non-PNG resident may result in an immediate deportation of the offender with the cost to be borne by that person

Barrick Gold offers stake to landowners in Papua New Guinea

June 2, 2020 Elias Nanau 0

Barrick Gold Corp has offered an extra 15% stake in its Porgera gold mine in Papua New Guinea to local landowners, according to a letter from its CEO, in a bid to break an impasse with the national government over the mine’s future.

Dr David Mills in Enga says don’t panic

April 30, 2020 Elias Nanau 0

I recently drove from one end of the country to another for medical work. And all over the place, I saw hospitals that had shut their doors or were no longer doing clinics or surgeries because of the fears of Covid

Papua New Guinea set to take control of Porgera Mine

April 26, 2020 Elias Nanau 0

Several other mining companies are waiting on government approval for new projects, including Australia’s Newcrest (ASX: NCM) for its Wafi Golpu gold and copper asset

West Sepik goes into lockdown today 5pm

March 26, 2020 Elias Nanau 0

Logging and commercial agricultural operations have also been advised to cease operations and people were restricted from travelling on foot, using land transport or sea between districts or provinces

National Housing Estates Limited failing to file tax returns for 10 years

March 17, 2020 Elias Nanau 0

Committee Leaders have called on the Metropolitan Superintendent for Police, Member for Northeast John Kaupa and Minister Housing Justin Tkatchenko, CEO Madelin Paulisbo to meet with them.

Police Commissioner calls for death penalty to be imposed on “cop killers”

January 27, 2020 Elias Nanau 0

A massive combined Police and PNG Defence Force operation is currently underway in Porgera and neighbouring areas to flush out the criminals responsible for the shooting of the policeman.

Police urges public not to spread fake news creating fear and anxiety

January 27, 2020 Elias Nanau 0

He said Police will help in whatever way in ensuring the precautionary measures instilled are followed by the people, especially the processes, procedures and the certifications. He said entries into the country must be certified and cleared first by the relevant authorities including and especially the Health Department.

Walsa people connect with nature in West Sepik

January 7, 2021 Elias Nanau 0

The Singsing Muruk has now been accepted as the hallmark using culture as a product to promote agriculture despite the threat of logging and mass migration to Indonesia.

Singsing Muruk beats off twice at Imonda

December 14, 2020 Elias Nanau 0

This year was spectacular than last year and young men and women have danced, though the number was not impressive yet, it was a step that was commendable.