Ross Seymour

Better govt services needed for Wampar: MP

And is its population increases, so too will the demand for better Government services.

With major projects on the horizon, the Wampar LLG is experiencing an influx of people who are hoping to benefit from spin-offs.

During a recent event at Zifasing, the Huon Gulf MP, Ross Seymour, highlighted the need for better health and education services for his district.

MP calls for Wafi-Golpu value proposition

Ross Seymour says the Province and its people have always supported the growth and development agenda of the country and economy, but they should not be taken for granted.

In a statement, the Huon MP said they need to know that the State is putting their interests first.

Seymour said: “History shows that Morobe Province and the people of Morobe have always been at the forefront of progressing development of Papua New Guinea well before the birth of our new united country in 1975 to the present day.

Over 1,500 students in Lutheran Easter camp

Primary, high and secondary schools throughout the country attended the gathering at Nadzab.

Coordinator Roy Miringkec said attendance at the event was great and it was a blessing to see young Lutherans throughout the country attend the annual event.

Meanwhile, Huon Gulf MP Ross Seymour presented K50,000 to the gathering.

He gave K30,000 to Madang students to host the next Easter camp and K20,000 to the host committee in appreciation for organising the meeting.

The camp was opened on Easter Friday and during the meeting.