The eight districts in Eastern Highlands Province yesterday received cheques of K1 million each from the provincial government to support the students attending tertiary institutions in Papua New Guinea.
The people of Kerowagi in Chimbu Province have been told not to worry because funds have been already set aside for a new market building to replace the collapsed old building.
Namea LLG of Telefomin district in the West Sepik province has potential in large scale farming of cocoa and vanilla
Menyamya district has launched its five-year plan, focusing on infrastructure development
MORE than 500 Waipu villagers in Wabag, Enga, are using their association to drive development for their district. Yanairin Neneo Kem Association Inc from Ward 17 are partnering with Wabag Development Authority (DDA) to bring services and developments.
Kompiam-Ambum and Karin in Mul Baiyer district share land border with wapenamanda district in Enga Province which will allow them easy access with new road.
KEREMA MP Thomas Opa says his district development authority (DDA) will support public motor vehicle (PMV) operators in Gulf with K200,000 to pay their registration and insurance fees.
Only three districts in the Mamose region have submitted reports detailing how they spent funds last year, an official says
A FORMER officer-in-charge of the Eastern Highlands Public Solicitor’s Office, Vincent Agusave, has been appointed as new acting chief executive officer (CEO) of the Kainantu development authority (DDA).
The Esa'ala District Development Authority would like to thank the hard working officers of the Milne Bay Provincial Education Office
Prime Minster James Marape has urged Moresby South electorate and its DDA to partner with the national government
Kaimu Nomane MP Francis Aula says a total of K2 million for tuition, boarding, and lodging fees for students from his district has been paid to tertiary institutions last week.
PNG's Wabag Open MP Dr Lino Tom has publicly announced that the Wabag District Development Authority will not assist with any customary funeral obligations as it is a waste of developmental funds.
THE Kerowagi District of Simbu has presented a budget of about K22.5 million for this year, aimed at improving basic services in the district.