Category: Papua New Guinea

Yamuna new head of climate change authority

By LUKE KAMA, The National PNG THE Government has appointed Ruel Yamuna as managing director for the Climate Change and Development Authority for a period of four years. Yamuna was among the seven heads of State agencies who signed their…

Madang Provincial Police Commander, Ben Neneo is appealing to all residents to take extra precaution when moving around as selective killing is for real by hired killers. He said this yesterday when commenting on the state of law and order…

By JAMES GUMUNO, The National PNG SIX people have been killed in a fight between two tribes near Wabag town in Enga, police say. Provincial police commander acting Superintendent George Kakas said the fight was between the Kala tribe of…
Ilustrasi – Jubi/Dok.

KENPAWA Energy Solutions was formed in February this year by Wilson Mondo, fresh from attaining a Master’s in Engineering degree at Massey University, New Zealand. He is also an electrical engineer with a Bachelor in Engineering from the University of…
Two killed, three injured in Enga tribal fighting

TWO people were killed and three injured in tribal fighting in Enga on Sunday, Enga police commander George Kakas said. Kakas, pictured, told The National that fighting between the Kala and Kii tribes in the outskirt of Wabag town was…

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk A Bougainvillean leader has accused Papua New Guinean Prime Minister Peter O’Neill of “undermining” the island’s 17-year-old peace agreement and the independence vote due next year. Martin Miriori also condemned O’Nell for lacking sensitivity over Bougainville that…
Emerging threats raising need for MSG to beef up security

By ELIZABETH VUVU, The National PNG POLICE Minister Jelta Wong says with the emerging threats to peace and security, it is incumbent on leaders of the Melanesian Spearhead Group countries to advance security issues. He opened the police ministers meeting…
Fewer people involved in sorcery-related killing: MP

April 23, 2018 The National RAICOAST MP Peter Sapia says only a few people were involved in sorcery-related killings in Nahu-Rawa after efforts by churches and community leaders to restore peace. Sapia, pictured, said the small group continued to kill people…
O’Neill highlights climate challenge

April 23, 2018The National Commonwealth countries face massive challenges which threaten their growth and survival, says Prime Minister Peter O’Neill. He said the effects of climate change, particularly on vulnerable island nations, could not be stressed enough. O’Neill told the…

The Natinal PNG – THE financial position of Ok Tedi Mining Limited has strengthened, generating more than K777 million of net investment activities allowing it to have nearly K380 million to be distributed to its shareholders. Prime Minister Peter O’Neill,…