- K2.26 million paid to UPNG for outstanding TESAS fees
- UPNG students begin paying outstanding TESAS fees
- UPNG lecturers plan protest today
- UPNG receives part of K12 million government funding
- Investigation into UPNG unrest 50% complete
- Case against university students dismissed
- UPNG terminates 2016 academic year
- UPNG students granted bail
- Police to enforce curfew at state universities
- DHERST has no jurisdiction in UPNG administrative matters
Teen charged with female student’s murder
A 19 year old has been charged with the murder of a year 12 schoolgirl earlier this year, The National (October 19) reports. The victim was allegedly a student at Bumayong Secondary School and was reportedly pregnant...
- Posted October 19, 2016
40 trainee teachers face expulsion over forgeries
A total of 40 first year trainee teachers in seven registered colleges could expulsion for allegedly forcing their way into these colleges, Post Courier (October 17) reports. According to the Education Department’s First Assistance Secretary (FAS) for...
- Posted October 17, 2016
Teacher reportedly trying to sell exam answer sheet
A teacher reportedly caught trying to sell grade 10 examination answer sheets to students in Eastern Highlands province on Wednesday night is currently wanted for questioning by police, The National (October 14) reports. It is alleged that...
- Posted October 14, 2016
Kiribati President visits APTC
The President of Kiribati, His Excellency Taneti Maamau was warmly received by i-Kiribati students and staff members of the Australia-Pacific Technical College’s (APTC) Fiji campus on 4 October 2016. The President, who is in the country for...
- Posted October 8, 2016
APTC provides training resources to NUS
The Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC) has handed over training resources to the National University of Samoa (NUS) to assist the University with its ongoing delivery of the Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning training program. The total value of the...
- Posted October 7, 2016
Grade 12 examinations schedule changed
Acting Education Secretary, Dr Uke Kombra has advised that the national examinations for grade 12 students throughout the country will be conducted over a period of two weeks instead of one, The National (October 5) reports. According...
- Posted October 5, 2016