Government focuses on protecting people’s rights to vote in free and fair elections

Posted on May 17, 2021Categories Other News

The Prime Minister, Hon. James Marape, has noted the recommendation of the National Integrity System Assessment Report, to improve the electoral process, so more people can practice their right to vote in a free and fair election. He says the Government is focused on delivering a free and fair elections in 2022, and added, that this is something  he holds close to his heart because there have been accusations of tempering with the electoral process that prevented leaders from taking … Continue reading “Government focuses on protecting people’s rights to vote in free and fair elections”

Manning calls on leaders to take Ownership of Ethnic Clashes

Posted on May 3, 2021Categories Other News

Commissioner of Police David Manning has called upon the leaders of the Goilala and Hela people to take ownership of and end the ethnic clash in the nation’s capital. Mr Manning said the recent ethnic clash had  caused so much fear and anxiety within the community in the National Capital District over the last three days. “Whilst Police is out on the streets of Port Moresby to prevent further blood-shed and keep the peace, real and lasting peace and normalcy … Continue reading “Manning calls on leaders to take Ownership of Ethnic Clashes”

Manning brands Milne Bay Police attackers as terrorists

Posted on May 3, 2021May 3, 2021Categories Other News

The attack on police and burning of 13 police houses in the Milne Bay province last week is an act of terrorism and will be dealt with swiftly and strongly says Police Commissioner David Manning. “These are not your common criminals but are terrorists and will be dealt with as such,” Mr Manning said, adding that the terrorists have declared war on the Independent State of Papua New Guinea. “We will bring the full force of the government down hard … Continue reading “Manning brands Milne Bay Police attackers as terrorists”

PM Marape: PNG continues to benefit from work of late Sir Mekere

Posted on April 21, 2021Categories Other News

Papua New Guinea continues to benefit from the reforms set in place by former Prime Minister, the late Sir Mekere Morauta. Prime Minister Hon. James Marape , when paying his respects to late  Sir Mekere in Parliament this afternoon, said  monumental among  his achievements were reforms in the country’s financial institutions and State-owned enterprises. Sir Mekere  passed away  in  Australia last December, and buried on Independence Hill, Waigani in January 2021. “Sir Mekere served as our country’s sixth prime minister. … Continue reading “PM Marape: PNG continues to benefit from work of late Sir Mekere”

Yamasombi hands over 12 police vehicles to Oro Province

Posted on April 20, 2021Categories Other News

ACTING DEPUTY Police Commissioner Operations,  Mr Donald Yamasombi handed over 12 brand new police vehicles to Oro Provincial Police today at the Boroko Motors Showroom in Port Moresby. The vehicles were purchased under the Kind-for-Kina scheme initiated by Police Commissioner David Manning, at an estimated cost of K2 million. This is a scheme whereby the provincial governments allocate a certain amount of money and the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary (RPNGC) pays the other component to re-fleet the aging police … Continue reading “Yamasombi hands over 12 police vehicles to Oro Province”

Marape unveils Somare Peace and Unity Park in Waigani

Posted on April 19, 2021Categories Other News

“Somare is PNG and PNG is Somare. They are synonymous”. This was stated by the Prime Minister Hon. James Marape during the unveiling of the Somare Peace and Unity Park on Thursday  15 April 2021. The Park is located along the Boulevard Road leading towards the National Parliament at Waigani in Port Moresby. “Great Grand Chief the late Sir Michael Thomas Somare is a great and powerful story and we must remember forever as his story is a story of … Continue reading “Marape unveils Somare Peace and Unity Park in Waigani”