West New Britain Provincial Government (WNBPG)

New classroom for remote Minda school

This isolated community marked a historic occasion as Talasea MP Freddie Kumai and his administrative team inaugurated a newly constructed classroom valued at K100,000.00. This vital addition aims to cater to the educational needs of Early Childhood students within the village.

Kimbe Cutters unveil talent search

The trials kicked off with a Rugby Nines tournament at the Hoskins government station, featuring 12 teams from the Nakanai district.

Teams battled fiercely, concluding the games in the afternoon, as the Cutters aim to identify promising players from rural areas for the upcoming Digicel ExxonMobil Cup competition. 

Cutters team manager, Lucas Samak disclosed that the trials have commenced in Nakanai and will extend to Kimbe, incorporating teams from various parts of the province.

Enhancing financial inclusion in WNB

The revised MoU was signed between CEFI’s Deputy Executive Director Peter Samuel and West New Britain Provincial Administrator Leo Mapmani.

The MOU was signed to continue on the partnership between CEFI and the provincial government in promoting financial inclusion in the province.

The objectives of the revised MoU include;

WNB commemorates memory of Sir Michael

Despite the rain, the commemorative program was attended by senior officers from the Provincial Government and Administration, including Governor Sasindran Muthuvel and Acting Provincial Administrator Leo Mapmani.

Also in attendance were PPC Superintendent Peter Barkie, PSC Chief Inspector Fred Kawa, Acting CS Goal Commander Chief Inspector Leo Hura, and other important officials and guests, as well as staff and students from Kimbe Secondary School and Karl Hese Primary School.

NCC to sign agreement with WNBP

The MoU is one of the Partnership arrangements NCC is looking at to sustain arts and culture programs and activities throughout the country, in the bid to preserve, safeguard, protect and promote arts and cultures of the indigenous people of PNG. 
The MoU will allow provincial governments to capture all culture and arts programs, activities, cultural resources, assets, facilities and establishments in their provincial budgetary system so that they take ownership.