Penalize China Harbour Engineering - Polye

Polye says according to an advisory report on the design and construction of phase one, the work is substandard.

The first phase completed last year  boosts the safety and efficiency of port operations with new facilities including a tidal basin, a multipurpose berth, and terminal works including buildings, storage areas, roads, drainage, water, electricity and sewerage services.

The construction cost K750million.

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PNG warned of Asian gangs sponsoring candidates


Papua New Guinea's most notorious criminal has alleged that triads are sponsoring political candidates for the country's next elections.


O’ Neill tells Opposition not to mislead media

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Basil sees 2016 as year to tackle Govt


Deputy Opposition Leader Sam Basil says he is set to keep the government on its toes for all its actions and inactions, starting next year.


NCD and Central police launch festive operations

​Opposition queries delay on whistle blower law

Mr Polye made this comment on learning that a driver employed by NAQIA was bashed by security officers in Port Moresby for allegedly “blowing the whistle’’ on corruption within the agency, involving its managing director Joel


“When I participated to mark the International Anti-Corruption day on December 9 this year, it was appalling to note that PNG is among the most corrupt nation in the world,” he said.

Polye tackles Minister on stadium spending

It has asked why a part of the stadium is still sitting on scaffolding despite an assurance by Tkatchenko that the stadium will be fully completed after the Pacific Games.

“The tax payers deserve to know the truth as to what had happened to the millions of kina they forked out to cover the cost of the stadium,” said Mr Polye.

He described Tkatchenko’s comment in the media as “evasive’’ to avoid answering the questions on why the stadium is incomplete.

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Miss PNG Abigail Havora crowned Miss Pacific Islands


Miss PNG Abigail Havora has been crowned Miss Pacific Islands 2015.


Rapatona secures second win in NSL


Christmas a time for reflection: Polye

Opposition Leader Don Polye says that PNG has a family orientated culture that should draw from the family of Jesus.

He says that the story of our saviour’s birth should be focused on in terms of all the dreams and aspirations that the Virgin Mary and her husband Joseph had for their son Jesus.

PNG parents and guardians must bear in mind the growth and development of their child as well as what they aspire for them to be.

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Govt fails on parliament sitting rules: Polye


The Opposition is seeking legal opinion on the apparent shortfall on parliamentary sitting days in the 2015 parliamentary calendar.


Big El Nino effect recorded in November

Opposition taunt to Govt on no-confidence vote

And the Opposition Leader Don Pomb Polye has challenged Mr O’Neill to test his numerical strength again on the motion against him, saying the leader of government business and the PM must not adjourn the Parliament unnecessarily to avoid this motion being entertained.

The motion was moved by the Deputy Opposition Leader Sam Basil and seconded by Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare.

Mr Polye said they were told that the motion was in order and met all the technical requirements.

Opposition delivers new Vote of No Confidence bid

Opposition Leader Don Polye announced that they have given the notice to the clerk and the speaker of parliament.

The motion has been moved by the deputy leader of the Opposition and Pangu party leader Sam Basil, while the motion seconder is the Governor of East Sepik Sir Michael Somare.

This motion he says is backed by all Opposition members.

Polye says that the motion was handed over to the acting speaker of parliament in the presence of the clerk and the acting clerk and the lawyer of parliament.