Curfew hours in Port Moresby relaxed

Saturday 05 September 2020 COVID-19 National Pandemic Response Controller David Manning has relaxed curfew hours in the National Capital District to begin from 12.01am to 5am daily,, effective from 3  September 2020. This change is from the previous 10 pm to 5 am curfew hours. Mr Manning also announced that licensed premises that sell take-away alcohol

PNG signs agreement with Australia’s Fortescue Metals Group to develop hydropower resources in country

Papua New Guinea signed an agreement with Australia’s Fortescue Metals Group that paves the way for potential international investment in hydroelectric power plans, and sustainable heavy industry in the country. The agreement was signed between the  State , represented by Minister for State Enterprises and Public Investments, Hon. Sasindran Muthuvel and Founder  of Fortescue Metals

Controller Manning issues 12 new Pandemic Measures effective 3 September

Friday 4 September 2020 The Controller of the National Pandemic Response Mr David Manning yesterday issued 12 new pandemic measures which came into effect on  Thursday September 3, 2020. The new measures which  supersede  the previous  ones include: Revocation of all previous measures; International Travel ; Domestic Travel; Provincial Coordination; Burial of Deceased Persons; Customs

Policing the community with positive impacts

Thursday 3 September 2020 Five months ago Probationary Constable M. Kawage  who is attached with Fox 105, apprehended a suspect namely Steven Raphael   from Kerema. The suspect was arrested and charged for being drunk and disorderly, in possession of a homemade firearm, and threatening to kill citizens at the Ranuguri settlement in the National Capital District The said suspect,

Prime Minister Marape meets UK Minister for the Pacific and the Environment, Rt. Hon. Lord Goldsmith

Thursday, 03 September 2020 Prime Minister, Hon. James Marape, MP recently had a virtual meeting with the Rt. Hon. Lord (Zac) Goldsmith, the United Kingdom (UK) Minister for the Pacific and the Environment. Their discussions focussed on COVID-19, Climate Change, Forestry, Trade and the UK’s candidacy for the position of Director General of the World