Loop PNG's 5@5

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

Violence ‘clearly connected’ with LNG frustrations

For the past three years, there have been a series of incidents of violence, sabotage and kidnapping that are clearly connected with frustrations and discontent about the LNG project.



District court refuses to relax Schram’s bail conditions

The Waigani District Court has refused to relax bail conditions for former PNG University of Technology vice chancellor, Dr Albert Schram.



Lupari calls for unity among education staff

Chief Secretary Isaac Lupari has urged senior education department management to work together to deliver quality education services to children across the country.



Kramer plans to keep Govt on its toes

The Member for Madang, Bryan Kramer, will continue to keep the Government on their toes.



Incompetence a factor in lack of lands meetings

For numerous years, provinces throughout PNG have never held a Lands board meeting to resolve land issues affecting their people. Thankfully, this backward trend is about to change.