Club clarifies viral Gamato video

The video attracted widespread public lashing as it featured Gamato being involved in a commotion in the club.

However, the club has explained that the commissioner was actually trying to calm down a drunk and disorderly individual.

According to floor manager Edwick Wilson, the commotion started when the man, who had started drinking around lunch time on Friday, began looking for his missing car keys which he thought might have been picked up by one of the staff.

​Disgruntled voters behind Boroko commotion

Disgruntled voters, who had turned up very early to cast their votes, were behind the incident.

According to voters who were already standing in line at the polling site, officials had arrived and had set up at the location.

About 20 to 30 minutes into the start of polling, other voters were told that they (officials) couldn't continue as they were instructed to pack and head back to their main office.

Some voters tried to physically express their frustrations but were quickly intercepted by police.

20 arrested over Angau disturbance

Lae Metropolitan Superintendent Anthony Wagambie Jr confirmed that the incident happened on Saturday between 9pm and 10pm.

“From police reports, there was a fight which broke out outside Huon Gulf Hotel between security guards and a group of men. The fight spilled out onto the main road where Police were able to disperse the crowd,” Wagambie Jr said.