Vision City

Christmas mood permeates Port Moresby

Contractors have started setting up the famous Jack Pidik lights at Five-Mile for another period of public celebrations leading to Christmas.

But the first to set up their lights and Christmas trees were supermarkets in the nation’s capital, early in November.

Vision City, RH Hypermart and Stop N Shop are some of the supermarkets that have already put up Christmas trees and decorated the inside and outside of their premises, setting the feel of the fast approaching holiday mood.

Woman rushed to hospital after sudden attack

The man, believed to be mentally unstable, attacked her when she was trying to get her esky (portable cooler) from the nearby drain. Eyewitnesses allege that he was hiding in the drain and attacked the woman for no apparent reason.

Loop PNG was on site when the incident happened.

Police travelling along the Waigani Drive stopped over and arrested the suspect while he was trying to escape.

The woman was rushed to the hospital in a taxi.

Moana film merchandise on sale in PNG

A children's toy shop Patini, located in Vision City is the first to sell a Moana sweater, a Moana doll and the Moana costume itself.

Patini brought its first and only supply early last month and has already sold off the doll, leaving only the sweater, (K188.80 ) and costume (K430) of Moana, which is a Samoan traditional dress including sandals.

Moana is Disney's first Polynesian princess who teams up with a demi-god Maui to make an ocean voyage in the South Pacific and save her people.

VC comes up with new taxi scheme

The management strives to be the first establishment to undertake such a scheme whereby taxis entering Vision City are regulated.

Acting security manager, Sevanaia Koroi, said the management will impose basic rules, conduct and ensure taxi operators adhere to regulations whilst dealing with customers from Vision City.

“We have decided to undertake the scheme whereby we advertise, screen and vet the taxis and the drivers to the best of our abilities.

Mid-year clearance sale at Vision City

Prices have been reduced on selected items to its customers.

The annual mid –year clearance sale kicked off today, July 26, and will go on for the next five days, ending with the month of July.

An eye-catching phrase updated on the mall’s website reads:

“It’s a period of 5 days shopping spree with huge discounts of up to 80 per cent off the regular price!”

Vision City today announced eight major participants which includes RH Hypermarket, CHM, Fiji Fashion Boutique, Mark’s, Star Office Works, Beach Culture, 2 Fast Motors and Cherish.

Brian Bell opens new centre at Vision City

The centre opens its doors to the customers today.

With many developments happening around the city, Vision City is truly the people's choice for doing their shopping.

Apart from Brian Bell, other smaller shops also opened. Most of the shops are the restaurants.

 

No Christmas tree for VC

This was the assurance given by the VC Assistant General Manager Anderson Ting when he was speaking about what was going to happen next following yesterday’s  fire that gutted the entire Christmas tree. So for now, there will be no replacement of the burned out Christmas tree to celebrate Christmas this Friday.

Ting says that next year they will aim to put up a similar tree but this time have it cornered off from the public so that people do not come too close to the actual structure.