PNGNRI launches new look

Speaking at the launch, Director, Dr. Osborne Sanida said PNG NRI’s work is based on the motto of ‘inquire, inform and influence.’

“It is envisaged that by wearing the uniform, our motto can be advanced.” 

Dr. Sanida urged PNG NRI staff to treat the uniform with respect as it will also be advertising PNG NRI and its mission, vision, values and principles.

“As you wear the uniform, you must know that you are advertising PNG NRI. So, I urge us all to treat the uniform with respect,” Dr. Sanida said.

Police warn of uniformed criminals

Most criminals are using uniforms to gain trust before a hold- up or robbery is carried out.

On Wednesday, police apprehended two suspects who were part of a gang of men dressed in police uniforms as well as uniforms from other organisations.

The men were allegedly intercepted by a mobile squad unit around 11am, following a failed alleged hold-up.  

Police say at least one suspect was in a police uniform while another had on a T-Shirt with the logo of the Labour department.