Medical School

Polye calls for mutual trust

A press conference was held this week to address grievances raised by disgruntled UPNG Medical School students in regard to a recent petition to the University.

Minister Polye told media in the press conference that the matters raised by the students regarding the quality of food and the service at the mess was a matter not worthy of a political nor secretarial level, but an administrative matter.  

However, since it was taken to the public, he addressed this at the ministerial level through a press conference.

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Former cab driver to get K116,000

Tax payers’ money will once again be diverted to pay damages to a former Comfort taxi driver at the cost of K116, 745.30.


Explosion shakes downtown Port Moresby

Residents were taken by surprise when a bomb exploded this morning at Ela Beach, Port Moresby.

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Stop work at UPNG medical school

Academics at the University of Papua New Guinea School of Medicine and Health Sciences have voted to stop work today.


Parliament resumes today

Parliament will resume today at 2pm for its January session.