UPNG Graduation

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PNG PM ensures Paraka-gate legal vortex gets deeper


Papua New Guinea's prime minister has filed a legal application for the Supreme Court to revisit a decision this week in relation to the so-called Paraka-gate case.


There’s no excuse to give up

A 24-year-old tourism and hospitality graduate beat all odds when she became the first female from her electorate to get a degree.

Karray Kumba is from Wasu Local Level Government, Morobe Province. She is a soft-spoken, fair-skinned Morobean who always has a smile on her face.

Tomscoll urges students to be successful

This was a challenge to the UPNG school of Business Administration graduants by the Minister for Agriculture and Livestock  Tommy Tomscoll during the UPNG 61st graduation ceremony.

The Minister urged the graduants to be successful and responsible in life after leaving the campus.

"Papua New Guinea is your country and your future lies in Papua New Guinea and what then is your responsibilities to PNG?"