Monday 25 May 2020 The Widow and children of the late Senior Inspector Andrew Tovere; Families and friends; Senior officers from Police Headquarters; Members of the NCD/Central Command; Ol mama, papa, brata, susa na ol pikinini; Ladies and gentlemen. In the Sermon of the Mount, in the book of Mathew, Chapter 5, verse 9, Jesus
Monday 25 May 2020 Policemen are peacemakers and called sons of God, Police Commissioner David Manning said this today when he delivered an address at the funeral service of the late Inspector Andrew Tovere in Port Moresby. Commissioner Manning said in Mathew Chapter 5 and verse 9 of the Bible, Jesus said, “Blessed are the
Sunday May 24, 2020 Prime Minister, James Marape, has assured the nation that work of police would not be impeded by him as Prime Minister in the face of many allegations that criss-cross many persons, including himself over the many outstanding matters that are of public concern. Mr Marape made this statement, in light of
Friday 22 May 2020 Minister for Information and Communication Technology, Hon. Timothy Masiu, today, officially reopened the refurbished office and studio complex of the Nationl Broadcsting Corporation (NBC) in , Kavieng, New Ilreland Province. He was accompanied by Member for Namatanai, Hon. Walter Schnaubelt.
Thursday 21 May 2020 The government will build modern world class provincial hospitals in the 22 provinces and one major upgraded world class referral hospital in Port Moresby beginning next year into 2025, when the country celebrates 50 years of Independence. In addressing the Provincial Administrators meeting with COVID-19 State of Emergency Controller, David Manning
Thursday 21 May 2020 Prime Minister Hon. James Marape, today presented a cheque of K1,856,009.58 million to the Government of Australia to assist those affected by the fires in Australia, early this year. This funds were raised through the PNG Hearts for Australia Fire Appeal 2020, by the PNG Government, business houses and individuals. In
Tuesday 19 May 2020 Prime Minister . Hon. James Marape, has repeatedly urged Papua New Guineans to remain sensitive , despite the country’s eight established coronavirus (covid-19) cases so far. In his opening remarks during today’s press briefing on the government’s response to covid-19, Mr Marape urged every citizen and resident not to be complacent.
Tuesday 19 May 2020 The National Executive Council has approved an initial K2.3 million towards the fight against the African Swine Fever (ASF) incursion in the country. The country’s biosecurity watch-dog, National Agriculture Quarantine and Inspection Authority (NAQIA) ,announced the approval today, while beefing up bio-security check points. In acknowledging and thanking Minister for Agriculture
Tuesday May 19 2020 CONTROLLER of the State of Emergency and Police Commissioner David Manning has issued a stern warning to citizens undergoing 14-days quarantine at various designated quarantine facility to strictly observe the quarantine protocols or face the consequences. Mr Manning said this following report of citizens repatriated from overseas and undergoing quarantine at
Eight heads of government departments and agencies today signed their respective four-year employment contracts before Governor- General, . Grand Chief Sir Bob Bofeng, Dadae, at Government House, Port Moresby. They include: Ms. Taies Sansan, Secretary, Department of Personnel Management, effective from December 6, 2019; Mr: David Manning, Commissioner of Police & Secretary Department of Police,