LOOP PNG’s 5@5

Loop 5@5 is a roundup of the top Loop PNG stories making news.

Kina continues to hit slump
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Kina continued to depreciate against major world currency because of lower revenue income into the national purse. 

Eriku in standstill over hostage hoax
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Wednesday’s armed robbery culminated hostage situation at shopping centre Raumai 18 at Eriku, in Lae, was a hoax.

Doctor slams O’Neill’s plan on foreign doctors
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A concerned doctor has slammed the announcement by Prime Minister Peter O’Neill to bring in Cuban doctors to work in the public health sector throughout the country.

UPNG staff raise concerns over annual leave
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Members of the National Academic Staff Association (NASA) at the University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG) have raised concerns over their leave dates.

PPC Kakas warns supporters not to disrupt Kandep recount
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Enga Police is warning opposing parties not to disrupt the start of the Kandep Open recount, which will be held this morning at Wabag Primary School. 

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Loop PNG