PNG Loop's Breakfast Bites

Loop Breakfast Bites is a round up of the top Loop PNG stories making news.

Governor General in a critical medical condition

Governor General Sir Michael Ogio, is now being treated in Australia after been medivaced from Port Moresby early morning.

Prostitution will not be legalised says O’Neill

Prostitution will not be legalised in the country says Prime Minister Peter O’Neill.

Polye: Constitution breached in UBS loan acquisition

Opposition Leader, Don Polye today asked the Supreme Court through his lawyer to hear an application he filed under section 18(1) of the Constitution to enquire into the K3b UBS loan acquisition.

Turi appeals to community to give information on murder

The body of the man whose neck was chopped two weeks ago near the flyover bridge at Erima is still unidentified and investigations are ongoing.

Moresby South’s 400 girls involved in FIFA games

Around 400 girls from the Moresby South area will participate in the FIFA Under 20 Women’s World Cup event by looking after teams during their stay in PNG.