• Norton Rose Fulbright announces scholarship in PNG

    The Norton Rose Fulbright global law firm has announced a scholarship program for legal studies in Papua New Guinea (PNG), according to the Post Courier (February 28, 2017), days after opening their Port Moresby office. The scholarship...

    • Posted February 28, 2017
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  • Australian High Commissioner Jeremy Bruer (centre), APTC’s Chief Executive Officer Denise O’Brien, Vanuatu APTC Campus Manager Nick Crosling and Keynote speaker Serah Tari congratulate the new APTC graduates.
    APTC celebrates success of students in Kiribati

    A total of 46 students of the Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC), of which more than half are women, proudly received an Australian qualification in nine programs during a graduation ceremony in Kiribati on 22 February, 2017. Since...

    • Posted February 23, 2017
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  • Andrew Kuliniasi directs the actors in his new play Meisoga.
    An Interview with Meisoga Playwright, Andrew Kuliniasi

    Rehearsals are well under way for the Papua New Guinea written and directed play, “Meisoga”. Opening on March 16, “Meisoga”, will tell the legendary tale of the Meisoga clan’s matriarch, Sine Kepu, and how she led her...

    • Posted February 23, 2017
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  • ITI opens in Manus

    Grade 10 and twelve School leavers including the working class in Manus now have an opportunity for further studies brought to their door steps by the International Training Institute (ITI). ITI Co-founder and Director Senthil Kumaran Sentheyval...

    • Posted February 22, 2017
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  • Fort Banner community hold vigil for Ruby-Anne

    Community hold prayer vigil The community at Fort Banner held a prayer vigil for the late Ruby-Anne Laufa (1992 – 2017) yesterday. She was to have turned 25. Ruby-Anne was allegedly injured somewhere along the road between...

    • Posted February 14, 2017
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  • Parents Help Clean Classrooms at Ward Strip

    Parent of Grade Three students at Ward Strip Primary School in the National Capital District (NCD) have stepped in to assist in getting the incomplete classrooms prepared for their children. In a meeting organised between the school...

    • Posted February 13, 2017
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  • APTC Certificate III in Hospitality (multi-skill small accommodation) students with their trainer Mr William Hetherington and tutor, Ms Molina Kwato’o.
    APTC-SINU joint Hospitality training initiative

    Training has commenced for 16 female Solomon Islands students undertaking the Certificate III in Hospitality (multi-skill small accommodation) program delivered by the Australia-Pacific Technical College (APTC) at the Solomon Islands National University’s (SINU) Institute of Tourism and...

    • Posted February 9, 2017
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  • Fr. Paul Jennings. Photo credit: The National
    Catholic education chairman calls for clarification on TFF

    The Catholic Education chairman, Fr. Paul Jennings, has called on lawyers and judicial experts to clarify whether the government’s policy on school fees are superseding the country’s laws, The National (February 9) reports. Fr. Jennings said the...

    • Posted February 9, 2017
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  • Dr Uke Kombra, acting Secretary, Department of Education.
    K54 million in TFF funds paid to schools

    The Education Department paid K54 million Tuition Fee Free (TFF) funds to schools on Monday, Education Secretary Dr Uke Kombra says. Kombra, pictured, told The National that schools that had accounts with BSP would have received their...

    • Posted February 9, 2017
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  • Andrew Kuliniasi as “Puck” in MAT’s recent production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”.
    Teen produces dynamic play about PNG culture

    Moresby Arts Theatre is proud to announce the upcoming play “Meisoga”, a dramatized study of the culture of the Meisoga people on Misima Island in Milne Bay, starting March 16. The play is special for many reasons....

    • Posted February 7, 2017
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