Ronan Keating

O’Neill throws down gauntlet for 2017

Prime Minister and leader of PNC, Peter O’Neill, did not mince his words when he gave his assurance to more than 1,000 invited guests as well as family and friends, and the media, at the Stanley Hotel recently during a PNC fundraising gala night.

O’Neill on that night threw down the gauntlet to his political adversaries to see who will make it back after the 2017 National Elections.

“The PNC Party celebrates its 20th year and this is the second time to lead government,” O’Neill told the gathering.

Mrs Keating meets up with former nanny

Apart from showing her husband, international Irish singer Ronan Keating, her childhood home, Storm had a chance of meeting up with her childhood nanny, Wye (only first name given). 

Ronan Keating’s inspiration

The If tomorrow never comes singer says since meeting Storm six years ago, he always wanted to come to Papua New Guinea.

So it was a dream come true when the singer and wife stepped onto Jackson’s International Airport, Port Moresby, on Tuesday at around 4pm.

In a brief meet with the media, Ronan spoke about his wife’s Papua New Guinea connection and the love for the country.

“The family history here in PNG is incredible; I’ve only touched the surface on the history so it’s wonderful to be here.

Ronan Keating in Port Moresby

The singer has stopped over from his album tour for a one-night performance in Port Moresby.

Ronan will be performing tonight to a crowd of more than a thousand for the People’s National Congress Party fundraising dinner at the Stanley Hotel.

He will be performing old hits such as When you say nothing at all, If tomorrow never comes, Life is a roller coaster, and Loving each day.

Ronan will also perform songs from his new album Time of My Life.