Mobil will supply fuel in PNG: Managing director 

Fuel supplier Mobil Oil New Guinea Limited is committed to supplying fuel to the country during the current fuel crisis, says ExxonMobil PNG managing director Tera Shandro.  “For the past 102 years, an ExxonMobil

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‘Seafarer Graduates Snapped Up by Maritime Companies’

Seafaring officers in Papua New Guinea are no sooner graduating from their cadetships than being snapped up by maritime companies keen to fill gaps in their workforces. Take for example, recent graduates of the Deck and

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Black Wednesday: PNG’s Tinder Box explodes

Papua New Guinea’s capital, Port Moresby, is recovering from looting and burning of businesses in its National Capital District (NCD) after members of the PNG Police Force went on strike last month. “Black

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PNGUoT engineering programs on track for full accreditation

The Papua New Guinea University of Technology (PNGUoT) is leading the way in engineering education and making a global impact. As the sole provider of diverse engineering programs in PNG, PNGUoT possesses a legacy of

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Papuan Coast Maiden Voyage: Consort Express Lines invests in the Expansion of its Fleet and Reinforces Commitment to PNG’s Development

Consort Express Lines (Consort) proudly announces the latest addition to its fleet – MV Papuan Coast. The vessel, formerly known as MV Dili Chief, has now been seamlessly integrated into Consort’s liner

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Disciplinary charges for 50 PNG Police officers involved in black Wednesday civil unrest 

Fifty police personnel allegedly involved in the 10 January civil unrest in Port Moresby will be facing disciplinary charges, says Papua New Guinea police commissioner David Manning.  The decision was based on an

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Will Smith sails into PNG’s Rabaul Harbour

Many anticipated the arrival of Hollywood actor Will Smith to Kokopo would be via a private plane, however, with all eyes peeled towards Tokua, the Fresh Prince of Belair opted to cruise into Rabaul Harbour on Tuesday

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PNG eyes China for more ‘cheaper’ loans

Cheaper loans will be a key agenda for PNG officials when Prime Minister James Marape leads a delegation of government and business leaders to China for bilateral talks next week. The Post Courier said Treasurer Ian

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Double earthquake hits Madang province

A double earthquake hit Madang last night, causing damage to lives and properties at a cost that would be confirmed this week. The epicentre was around the Bibi area near Saidor government station in Rai Coast district.

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Opinion: Regenerate forests and save humanity

“The era of global boiling has arrived,” UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, recently warned. It looks as if the climate change tipping point has been activated and all hands are required on deck to mitigate the

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Opinion: Kikibakiki – Reflections on PNG at 48

We sat down in the forever blackout Port Moresby city, I hear the neighbours playing the famous Saugas song, Sindaun Bagarap, echoing the windy night, and buai buyers complaining about the hike in the prices,

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PNG’s foreign reps irk governor

Papua New Guinea’s Northern Governor Gary Juffa has raised concerns over foreigners representing Papua New Guinea to address the issue of climate change. “At a recent United Nations Framework Convention on

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