Which is the number one daily newspaper in PNG?
By ROBINSON LEKA A SIXTY-RUN total from Lega Siaka saw Isuzu Black take out the Isuzu National Cup after defeating Isuzu Red by 37 runs in the final at Amini […] UNIVERSITY student Jeremy Tai made his Digicel Cup debut on Saturday for the Rabaul Gurias as the first of four players handpicked from tertiary institutions to trial at the national […]
Is there a netball tournament in Papua New Guinea?
Papua New […] IMTERMIDIATE (Under-21) matches for the Moresby South Motu-Koita netball tournament began on Saturday with 20 teams across five villages taking part. Tournament director Asi Mou told The National that the […]
Who is the US Deputy Ambassador to png?
The men, seven […] THE PNG-US Alumni Association launched its strategic plan 2022-2025 yesterday in Port Moresby to promote education, cultural and bilateral cooperation between the two countries. US deputy ambassador to PNG, the […]
What should I know about infrastructure in PNG?
Infrastructure and ser… PNG cocoa fit for a queen … Explore the newest articles from PNG Report’s Social Development category. Infrastructure and ser… Infrastructure and ser…
How many people have died in Papua New Guinea?
By PHOEBE GWANGILO A SEVEN-year-old girl believed to have been tortured over at least two years by a relative after being accused of practising sorcery has been rescued and is […] PAPUA New Guinea registered eight new Covid-19 deaths and 96 new cases from last Wednesday to Friday. The country’s death toll is at 187 and total infections is 17,467.
Who is the bank of Papua New Guinea?
THE Bank of Papua New Guinea (BPNG) has distanced itself from the regulatory actions taken against the Bank South Pacific (BSP) Financial Group Ltd. BPNG maintains that the action was […]
Why was an arrest warrant issued for a png Ciro?
[…] By CLIFFORD FAIPARIK THE Waigani District Court has issued an arrest warrant for an officer of the PNG Civil Identity and Registry Office (PNG CIRO) for allegedly misusing a Chinese […]
Are there natural hazards in Papua New Guinea?
PAPUA New Guinea’s Highlands is prone to natural and human-induced hazards, according to the International Organisation for Migration (IOM). The organisation said in a statement that human-induced hazards such as […]