Central Provincial Government

New accounting system rollout in Central

This follows the two weeks of training at a workshop held at PNGIPA hall.

The training workshop for provincial government officials was underway for officers from the provincial headquarters, districts and local level government. It was funded by Department of Finance, through the IFMS Project team.

Central Provincial Administrator Gei Guni Raga said this will a major transitional period for the province from the current accounting package, the Papua New Guinea Government Accounting System (PGAS), into the Integrated Financial Management System (IFMS).

CPG delivers projects in Pari

Students, teachers and parents opened a double classroom and a teacher’s house.

This two initiatives at the value of K150 000 were funded by the Central Provincial Government.

Coming under projects initiated by the former Governor for Central Province Kila Haoda, the two infrastructure were completed recently and handed over to the school today.

Four Central female pilots to start with CASA

In 2014, the four young girls were selected to undergo training at Nelson Aviation College in New Zealand after their training they are now on the streets looking for employment following a failed MOA signed between Central Provincial Government and an airline company for employment did not eventuate. 

However, Provincial Administrator, Gei Raga was overwhelmed yesterday when a Good Samaritan came on board to deliver a contract of employment for the four female pilots at Jackson Airport while farewelling Central students to study in Malaysia.

Central hosts own secondary school career expo

The event will be organised by standards and guidance division of the National Department of Education, supported by the Central Provincial Government.

Governor for Central Province Kila Haoda says the expo will be an annual event where students from NCD and Central would come together to seek assistance from exhibitors, from tertiary institutions and other colleges, on how to fill in their school leaver forms (SLF).

Students appeal to provincial leaders to assist their ‘friends’

Fire  burnt down  the SRC president's residence, DODL and ATCDI buildings and the mess and a student was killed during the arson on Saturday night.

All students were asked to vacate the Unitech campus as the mess was burnt down.

The 72 Central students were privileged to return home safety today with their air fares fully sponsored by the Central Provincial Government.

Student representative Norman Bogana said they were grateful to return home but they’re sad to leave their fellow students behind.

Central Governor condemns attack of tourists

Haoda is deeply saddened and embarrassed, ashamed and angry in the manner in which these innocent, helpless and defenseless people were attacked by few senseless and lunatic people.

He urged the people of Koiari to assist police to bring these lunatics to face the law. 

“Our people and our province’s good name have been tarnished,” Haoda said in a statement.

Haoda added that the Kokoda Track Initiative Committee’s spirit to improve the track, its security and livelihood of our Koiari people has been dampened by these few people and incident.