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  • Government Unshaken by Vote of No Confidence

    Port Moresby, May 24, 2024 – Amidst the political turbulence in Papua New Guinea (PNG), Prime Minister Hon. James Marape remains steadfast and undeterred by the Opposition’s vote of no confidence (VONC) motion. Prime...

  • New Caledonia Unrest: French Territory Under State of Emergency After Deadly Protests

    Noumea, New Caledonia – New Caledonia, a group of islands in the South Pacific known for its stunning beauty and nicknamed the “Happy Isles,” is facing a tense situation. The French territory has been...

  • Thousands of PNG Teachers Miss Pay Due to Provincial Errors, Auto-Suspension Delayed

    Minister for Education, Hon. Lucas Dekena, MP, has placed blame on Provincial Education Advisors (PEAs) for the suspension of pay for over 8,500 teachers. This represents 13% of the total number of teachers on...

  • Maths Textbooks Distributed to Boost Early Education in Papua New Guinea – Minister for Education, Hon. Lucas Dawa Dekena

    In his first official act as Minister for Education, Hon. Lucas Dawa Dekena announced the distribution of 140,600 new mathematics textbooks for grades 1 and 2. This initiative targets schools and teacher colleges in...

  • PNG Education Department Crackdowns on Corrupt Officers

    The PNG Education Department has announced a strict anti-corruption stance following allegations of bribery among staff, as reported by Dr. Uke Kombra. This reaction targets issues highlighted in a newspaper article accusing officials of soliciting bribes to hasten teacher claims processing. Kombra emphasized the majority’s integrity and confirmed the department’s commitment to ethical conduct and…

  • DHERST Announces Online Selection for Non-School Leavers (2024 NSL Selection 2025 Intake)

    Starting in 2024, Papua New Guinea’s DHERST will implement a fully online admissions system for non-school leavers applying to universities and colleges for the 2025 academic year. Through NOSS and NOAS, this new procedure aims to enhance fairness, transparency, and efficiency by standardizing selection criteria and simplifying application processes.

  • NRL Round 9: Tips and Predictions 2024

    The NRL Round 9 in 2024 promises thrilling matches with expert predictions favoring teams like Panthers, Sea Eagles, Broncos, Bulldogs, Storm, and Cowboys in their respective games. Key player updates include Taane Milne’s suspension affecting the Rabbitohs and Ezra Mam’s return boosting the Broncos. High win probabilities suggest competitive clashes ahead.

  • Education Investment: The Key to Papua New Guinea’s Economic Future

    Port Moresby, May 3, 2024 – A recent report by the World Bank stresses the importance of education investment for Papua New Guinea’s long-term economic prosperity. The country’s economy is expected to accelerate in...

  • Great Pacific Gold Receives Wild Dog Project License in Papua New Guinea

    Great Pacific Gold Corp. (GPAC) has obtained the Wild Dog Exploration License (EL 2516) in Papua New Guinea, covering an advanced stage 1424 sq. km project area with historical gold production. The project features high-grade gold mineralization and includes targets that remain largely unexplored. Recent sampling has shown significant mineral presence. With the acquisition, GPAC’s…

  • Great Pacific Gold Corp: The Wild Dog Project, Papua New Guinea

    Great Pacific Gold Corp, headquartered in Canada, focuses on developing gold and copper projects in Papua New Guinea. With a strong leadership team and a financial footing featuring CAD $10 million in cash and no debt, the company actively explores, especially at their key project, the Wild Dog Project in New Britain. Despite being in…