Constitutional Park

Kumul flies high today

Proud Morobe people are in their distinctive provincial colours: Blue, yellow and green shirts and caps, while others had their faces painted.

Different cultural groups of different districts in the province, in their traditional attires, are marching into the park to celebrate the day.

Meanwhile, vehicles decorated with the provincial flag are lined at the entrance, causing a mini traffic jam at the road leading to Waigani and Morata intersections.

ENB Day ends on high note

Port Moresby residents came in their best ENB attires to celebrate the day organized by the East New Britain Students Association of the University of Papua New Guinea.

ENBSA President Jeremy Nature thanked everyone who had supported them at the Constitutional Park and said this year was yet another crowd pleaser.

Stalls were blaring in color with meri blouses, printed shirts, ENB flags, as well as face painting and cooked ENB cuisines like aigir and mumu.

Residents turn up in numbers to experience New Ireland culture

City residents turned up in numbers today at the Constitutional Park in Port Moresby to experience the New Ireland culture, especially in the form of traditional dances and food.

By 12pm, more than 300 New Irelanders, along with their friends and families, passed through the Park’s gates.

A resident, who hails from Milne Bay Province, told Loop PNG: “I would definitely come back next year. It was enjoyable.”

Singsing groups director Sonia Sebulon said despite having only six groups on the day, the event was a success.