Annual General Meeting

NIP rugby leaps into 2023

Interim NIRU President, Charlie Melachon revealed the affiliated associations of NIRU including Kavieng Urban, Kara, Nalik, Sentral, Namatanai and Matalai Rugby Union Presidents convene today to elect the NIRU President to lead the association for another term.

 Mehachon said Lihir, Murat and Lavonggai Associations participated as observers as they are yet to establish in house managements.

PNGRFL to hold AGM next March

The meeting was underway at the Ribito Hotel on Saturday 17th December, 2022.

The meeting was hosted by Board Chairman and Acting Provincial Administrator Sandis Tsaka.

During the meeting the board decided it would host the 9th PNGRFL Annual General Meeting in Wabag on March 25, 2023. PNGNRL CEO Stanley Hondina made the announcement.

On behalf of the Enga Provincial Government, Protocol Officer, Philip Kandes, thanked the PNGRFL for convening the fourth quarter Board Directors meeting in Wabag.

NCSL maintains 25% market share

The agenda included Minutes of the sixth AGM, Chairman’s report, Management report, presentation of the 2021 Audited Financial Statements, Appointment of External Auditors, and Remuneration of Board.

ncsl Chief Executive Officer, Vari Lahui, stated that ncsl managed to post very good results for the 2021 financial year despite the challenges presented by COVID-19 and interruptions caused by the relocation of its head office.

PASO AGM reaffirms strong commitment to Pacific regional aviation safety and security

There was strong participation at the Council’s first virtual AGM from Council Members, who reinforced their desire to support and promote the importance of PASO during the COVID-19 pandemic. The AGM was attended by nine of the 10 signatories to the Pacific Islands Civil Aviation Safety and Security Treaty (PICASST) and three Associate Members.

PNGRFL sets AGM date

PNGRFL Chairman Sandis Tsaka said among the agenda items will be the 2018 PNGRFL annual reports, audited financials and Constitutional amendments.

He said a general meeting will be held after the AGM to discuss other rugby league matters.

Tsaka reminded eligible delegates that travel to and from the AGM and accommodation costs will be met by the PNGRFL.

“Those affiliated leagues that complied with the PNGRFL requirements, registrations and completed their season with grand finals are eligible to attend,” Tsaka said.

BSP’s AGM set for Friday

In 2016 shareholders were paid a dividend of 85.5 toea per share following an impressive performance in 2015.

Last year the banking group exceeded its previous years performance recording an after tax profit of K643.5 million, an increase of 21 per cent from 2015’s profit of K531.9 million.

Among the key highlights, return on equity went up by 1.8 per cent, from 27.9 per cent in 2015, to 29.6 per cent., while Dividend yields which is recorded at 9.8 per cent is down from 2015’s result of 11.4 per cent.

Tkatchenko congratulates Tsaka on re-appointment

Tsaka was re-appointed at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Lae, during the weekend, for another three-year term.

Tkatchenko highlighted that the successful AGM shows that the management from the board level down to the chief executive officer have the confidence of all the teams’ presidents throughout the country.

Tkatchenko said this shows that rugby league has now taken the lead in good governance and good sport.

Touch Footy PNG holds successful AGM

There are six affiliated associations, namely Corporate Touch Lae, Huon Touch, Wewak Touch, Bugs New Ireland Touch, Owen Touch and Corporate Touch Port Moresby.

The meeting was held on Saturday, December 17, in Port Moresby, attended by the new executives and technical directors.

TFPNG president Dadi Toka Jr told Loop PNG there are some minor changes to the executive team, with the appointment of Helena Dickson as the new financial director.

Toka said her financial background brings a solid financial management system in place to encourage good governance.