New Zealand High Commission

NZ Continues Support To PNGDF

New Zealand High Commissioner, Philip Taula when opening the Kumul Leadership Centre at Murray Barracks yesterday said, “Operational and security engagement, collaboration between our defence policy makers, and humanitarian assistance and disaster relief are just some of the ways our defence forces have sought to demonstrate their long-term commitment to working together. 
In recent months, Aotearoa New Zealand and Papua New Guinea have shared the experience of supporting another close partner in our region to achieve its security goals. 

Sir Salamo launches new book

It aims to assist judges, magistrates, lawyers and other court users in civil procedures or cases in the National Court.

The book titled Civil Procedure in Papua New Guinea, National Court of Justice, is the second resource book under civil procedures.

The first was launched on December 21 last year. It was written by Sir Salamo and a retired judge, Gregory Lay.

Jonah Lomu Legacy Cup launched

The Jonah Lomu Legacy Cup, a tournament earmarked to change the landscape of rugby development in the country, was officially launched last night in Port Moresby.

The brainchild of the New Zealand High Commission and the Capital Rugby Union (CRU), the concept follows from a memorial service held on November 18th, 2015.

The relationship, developed from then on, has now blossomed into a rugby tournament that aims to keep the memories of the former All Black international alive and change the PNG rugby landscape.