Leader raises concern on state of stadium

Winston Parascos is urging the Minister for Sports and National Events, Justin Tkatchenko, to come out publicly and truthfully inform the taxpaying public on why the incomplete Sir Hubert Murray stadium in Port Moresby has been abandoned.

He said the incomplete controversial stadium has become an eyesore for city residents and visitors.

“Justin Tkatchenko is not only duty bound, but has moral obligations to inform the taxpaying public why the condition of the structures are left to deteriorate,” he stressed.

Cancer foundation involves more people in screening process

Yesterday, the Foundation was at Lawes Road Clinic, in Konedobu, Port Moresby, continuing to involve more people in the screening process.

PNG Cancer Foundation is now targeting clinics to carry out awareness on cancer.

Mothers, including some fathers and youths, who turned up at the clinic, were lucky to have free access to information and screening.

The primary focus of the program was on cancer awareness and prevention.

Westpac’s new faster safer EFTPOS terminal

With the quickest response time of all available terminals, the new Westpac EFTPOS promises to take the stress out of shopping and improve business for retailers.

To be one of the first to use the new Westpac EFTPOS terminal, visit Shop N Stop Harbourside from 11am until 3pm on Wednesday 13 July.

Each customer who makes a purchase using the new Westpac EFTPOS terminal will receive a free sausage sizzle.