Lamana Gold Club

23yo’s autopsy expected this week

The body of the late Tabu Airi was found on October 25 after being missing for four days following a function at one of the night clubs in Port Moresby.

A relative had posted online days after they realised that he was missing, with description of the clothes he was last seen in.

The post read: “My cousin brother has been missing since Friday night. He graduated at IBS College that day and headed over to Lamana Gold Club to celebrate his end of schooling year…”

23yo’s body discovered at govt building

The man, from a mixed parentage of Gulf and Central Province, had been missing for four days after a graduation party at one of the night clubs in Port Moresby.

The deceased had been missing for days when his family posted a picture of him on the popular Facebook page, NCD Alert.

The post read: “My cousin brother has been missing since Friday night. He graduated at IBS College that day and headed over to Lamana Gold Club to celebrate his end of schooling year…”

New Independence initiative!

Rather than just doing another Independence concert, the Lamana Gold Club will give proceeds back to the local community.

Kumul Concert will be held annually on September 16, and each year, the club selects a local charity/ community appeal to assist.

Setting the trend this year, the first Kumul Concert's proceeds will be going towards the Hanuabada Fire Appeal.

2017 Heineken DJ competition kicks off

It will be double trouble! Two DJ Competitions rolled into one - the A grade division to find the Rising Star DJ 2017 and the B grade Rookie DJ 2017.

This year has attracted 24 DJ’s in total, 12 in each division, who will be competing over 7 nights.

Assistant Manager Jacquie Simons says the competition will basically be the same as last year.

“What we're trying to do is improve the quality of DJs in the country and promote upcoming DJs through mentorship and promotion as well,” she said.

City residents to welcome New Year with fireworks

The fireworks display is done annually at the Lamana Gold Club.

It is a popular site for many residents who come out of their homes before the clock strikes 12 every New Year’s Eve to get a better view of the colorful and spectacular highlight in the night sky.

Lamana Hotel assistant manager Jacquie Simons said they started preparations on Thursday for the fireworks which is expected to be a spectacular display.

Hip hop artist looking forward to networking in PNG

The young hip hop artist sure knows the importance of keeping family close, by that, we are referring to local musicians. 

Trigarow hopes to network with local musicians while he has the opportunity, over the weekend. 

Responding to Loop PNG via email, the 22-year-old said: “Well Rory Noble and ShotByS.Major will be there with me so I definitely want to network with some of the local artists to show them that it’s real.  

Music DJ contest announces winners

Their efforts in the competition that has been rocking the Gold Club every Saturday nights at 10 pm paid off in the grand final decision last Saturday.

In a small media conference today, Brendan Chan a.k.a DJ Dirtyfingerz was announced the winner of the premium level and Phillip Yagro a.k.a DJ Fix announced the winner in the reserve level.

Chan and Yagro over the last seven weeks, have been battling it out for their respective titles, with other DJ’s such as DJ X-Clusive, DJ Swatz, DJ Was, DJ Acid, DJ Cradle and DJ Swagg, to mention a few.

Young DJ displays outstanding performance

According to Jacquie Simons, Assistant Hotel Manager of Lamana Hotel, the 21 year old was confident, energetic and hyped, impressing the crowd even though he has only had one month's experience.

He is successfully locked in for the next round of the competition with fellow B grade competitor DJ 105.

Swagg’s mentor DJ Waz however did not have much luck, being eliminated from the A grade division leaving DJs Diitroid and Mantex to compete the next rounds.

Six DJ’s to battle it out at Lamana

The almost one month battle between the DJ’s will see its actual kick-off at 10 pm this Saturday June 18.

Three new faces on the scene are DJs Acid, Cradle and Swagg competing in the B grade while the more experienced  DJs X-Clusive, Swatz and Was compete in the A grade.

Asked what we will expect, Assistant Hotel General Manger Jacquie Simons said:

“Very tough competition as one elimination per grade and there's  three A grade and three B grade. They'll be looking at impressing to stay in the game.”

Big Mountain set to rock Port Moresby

The band arrived in the country this week and performed on Thursday night for Lae fans at the Ascots Nightclub. They arrived in Moresby from Lae this afternoon.

Big Mountain is known for its cover version of Peter Frampton's "Baby, I Love Your Way," which became a Top 10 hit single in the U.S. in early 1994.

The band is excited to be back in the country after performing for the first time in 2013 and looking forward to performing again on stage in front of the Moresby fans.