Jul 05, 2020 Last Updated 11:48 AM, Jul 5, 2020
Around the world, tax compliance is a serious problem with big consequences. The case is no different in Papua New Guinea (PNG). It is an important concern of the current government. In July 2019, Prime Minister James Marape highlighted that there were outstanding tax payments of K2 billion (A$840 million)…
Bougainville is going through a major political metamorphosis ending one political status and entering into another entity.  The 15 years of Autonomous Bougainville Government (ABG) Tenure has ended but continues to exist under COVID 19 State of Emergency (SOE) Orders until September this year. At the same time, the Momis…
Australia first Indigenous Consul-General, Benson Saulo says he’s keen to share Australia’s Indigenous culture and connecting with First Nations businesses and leaders in the US as part of his trade and investment promotion duties. Thirty-two-year old Saulo, a descendent of the Wemba Wemba and Gunditjmara Aboriginal nations of Western Victoria…
Last modified on Tuesday, 30 June 2020 14:53
Solidarity action for change continues today in a number of University of the South Pacific campuses around the region, as students throw their weight behind the call for "good governance" within the institution's highest management echelons. Today has been designated “Green Monday” by the USP Student Association (USPSA) which is…
Last modified on Monday, 15 June 2020 15:57
A “support good governance” protest organised by the University of the South Pacific Student Association today with the theme “wear blue” is now underway in a number of campuses around the region with the exception of Fiji, where police presence at the Laucala Bay campus has limited students’ ability to…
Last modified on Friday, 12 June 2020 17:25
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