City Pharmacy Ltd

Queenpads partner to promote menstrual health

And their mission to Wewak in the East Sepik Province found the importance of menstrual hygiene for women and girls was brought to the forefront. This enabled the collaborative effort for the sponsorship of a vital awareness campaign.

This campaign seeks to educate not only women and young girls but also the broader community, including men, on the significance of open dialogue and proper practices in menstrual health hygiene.

CPL supports Buk bilong Pikinini

About 30 pupils of the total 80 registered pupils with their teachers and parents were treated to a double header health awareness with St. John Ambulance staff going before the City Pharmacy health team.  

Managing Director of CPL, Sir Mahesh Patel was welcomed by 5 year old Raimase Jimmy demonstrating book reading to him.

CPL robber gets 6 years

Pala Kulu Adix was the driver of one of the two stolen vehicles that was used in the armed robbery of 27 November, 2014.

The father-of-two, from Keapara, Rigo, Central Province, pleaded guilty to the charge of armed robbery today and was sentenced to six years in prison.

He admitted to being the driver of a 15-seater bus that was used in the robbery, in which K28,596.72, the property of City Pharmacy Ltd, was taken.

None of those monies were recovered. Knives, factory and home-made guns were used in the robbery.

​CPL stops trade to assess damage

A week on from the fire that engulfed the CPL warehouse, Patel told Loop PNG that the decision to stop trading was a normal thing to do.

Immediately following the fire, POMSOX announced the ‘Trading Halt’.

“It’s a normal thing in the stock exchange of any public listed company. Because of uncertain speculation, we thought let’s hold that while we assess everything then we can do proper announcement on the loss we suffered, what the insurance situation is and how we are going to build it,” Patel said.