Stop N Shop

Simbu Santana Potatoes

Founder and Chairman of CPL Group, Mahesh Patel said that it has been CPL and Stop N Shop’s greatest pleasure in launching fresh produce from local farmers and having launched the Gembogl onions last year it is only fitting to continue this wonderful collaboration by launching Simbu Santana Potatoes.

Table Market Owner Wins Bus

He had scratched the winning card on a normal shopping day at the Stop & Shop Rainbow outlet on Tuesday 30th November.

“I am still in a state of shock…This was just a regular shopping trip as I shop there all the time, as it’s close to where I live,” said Mr Atbo.

He lives in Port Moresby’s Rainbow Estates, has an Engineering background and runs an SME that engages youths from the neighbouring Gerehu suburb in Port Moresby.

CPL Partners With Eat Smart Campaign

The focus aims to educate people on the importance of healthy living and to appreciate the local produce readily available to benefit everyone.

The need to promote better living is imminent in the country as there is an increase in lifestyle diseases like cholesterol, blood pressure, high blood pressure and diabetes.

CPL Group CEO, Navin Raju said the country has an abundance of healthy produce and it can be sourced locally. Every region has a different range of products and when incorporated into a healthy diet, will assist and reduce lifestyle diseases in the country.

New banana boat for lucky family

Patrick Tore Jnr was announced as the lucky winner of Stop N Shop promotion on September 20th.

The 6-week Stop N Shop ‘Win a Banana Boat Promotion’ concluded with the announcement of the lucky winner at Stop N Shop Central Waigani in Port Moresby.

The competition, which ran from July 17th to August 31st, required customers to spend K40 or more at any of the 8 Stop N Shop outlets to enter the draw.

Out of the 50,000 entries, a father-of-two, from Hula and Gulf parentage, was drawn the winner.

First flight for over 30,000 local women

The vegetables will be sold at Stop N Shop outlets in the nation’s capital.

The women from Ialibu-Pangia, Imbonggu, Kagua-Erave in Southern Highlands Province and Tambul-Nebilyer District in Western Highlands Province are members of the Mama Halipim Mama Foundation.

Through this Foundation, the rural mothers are now financially empowered and realising their dreams.

Investigations underway for alleged shoot out

NCD Metropolitan Superintendent, Ben Turi said police investigators will still find out who the responsible officer was, that fired the shot.

Turi said the man’s post mortem will be done today and results will be given to the investigators to have a look at whether the wound was from a bullet shot or a knife cut.

“The port mortem will determine his cause of death and investigators will also be checking the weapons allegedly involved.”

Slow Christmas for city shops

This means a less stressful day for shops throughout the nation’s capital.

Loop PNG visited major shops like RH Hypermart and Stop N Shop, which were open today.

It was a normal Sunday for them, with less customers and was less hectic than the two previous days.

According to a shop assistant at Stop N Shop, there was a little bit of a crowd in the morning but it had all cleared out.

The two previous days however, were the busiest, they confirmed.

Long queues for crazy Christmas specials

Goods like rice, bread, lamb flaps, cartons of soft drinks and ham are selling fast at the shops, with just two days left before Christmas.

Loop PNG visited RH Hypermart, Stop N Shop, Brian Bell and TST Supermarket and witnessed a flood of shoppers in long queues at counters.

Almost all food stuff are on specials as well as white goods, toys and Christmas decorations.

Loop PNG witnessed 100 bags of 10kg rice get sold out within a minute!

The customers had to wait in line to collect the rice bags straight from the container at the back of the shop.

Residents’ mad rush two days before Christmas

Even the PMVs were packed with passengers traveling to their villages along the Magi and Hiritano highways.

Loop PNG caught up with shoppers rushing to make it home on time for Christmas.

People were seen buying food stuff and presents to share with family, friends and loved ones.

Shops like RH Hypermarket, Stop N Shop and TST Supermarket have all seen an increase in customers this week.

For this week alone, they have had 3000 to 7000 customers every day.

The shops will operate during Christmas and Boxing Day.

Westpac’s new faster safer EFTPOS terminal

With the quickest response time of all available terminals, the new Westpac EFTPOS promises to take the stress out of shopping and improve business for retailers.

To be one of the first to use the new Westpac EFTPOS terminal, visit Shop N Stop Harbourside from 11am until 3pm on Wednesday 13 July.

Each customer who makes a purchase using the new Westpac EFTPOS terminal will receive a free sausage sizzle.