Hunters take break from pre-season training

Hunters ended four weeks of pre-season training and will be off for two weeks festive holiday.

They will return to camp in Port Moresby in the first week of January to continue their pre-season training leading up to the start of the 2016 Queensland Intrust Cup season.

Before they left, the players spent Saturday morning helping to feed hundreds of street kids in Port Moresby at the Street kids Christmas Feast event as part of their community initiative.

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The feast of food and sweets included roasted chicken, hot dogs, bread and items like twisties, cakes, lollies and drinks.

The feast was organised by the Royal Papua Yacht Club and the National Gaming and Control Board and supported by business houses in the city to the  tune of K60,000 in cash and kind.

The Prime Minister Peter Neill Foundation also chipped in K10,000 towards the feast.

Before the meal, the kids had fun together playing ball games and dance competitions that kept them busy.

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Reese helps Obama family with Christmas tree lighting

The Oscar winner was joined on stage by Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, their daughters, Malia and Sasha, and Michelle's mother, Marian Robinson, for the annual event, and even lent her vocals for some Christmas carols with the family, and singer Aloe Blacc.

"Happy holidays to Reese and everyone here tonight and everyone watching at home," the president said before leading the crowd to a countdown that ultimately ended with the famous lighting of the tree.

Call to commit to Christian values from Opposition Leader

“To achieve something PNG never achieved before, we need to commit ourselves to the Christian values and love to our people to become role models,’ said Mr Polye in his Christmas message to Papua New Guineans.

He said everyone including himself needed a “committed service towards our people”.

“We don’t only need to end corruption and greed by way of those in power to take the lead. Also we need a sustainable, healthy and prosperous future for our people in villages and towns,” he said.

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Shooting witnesses show up to give evidence

The main witnesses in the fatal police shooting that took place last week Thursday (November 26th) reportedly came in to hand their statements to police yesterday afternoon.

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