A student from the University of Papua New Guinea is reported missing by friends and family. Its reported on every major media outlet, including Post Courier and EMTV. A week goes by and still the student is not found. Rumors emerge on social media that he has been murdered, though it is dispelled. The studentsContinue reading “Finding Mac: How Search for a Missing Student united friends, colleagues, and a city”
This 25 page pdf document contains all the necessary information, from entry requirements, how GPAs are calculated, how the quota systems affects selection etc. This is a helpful guide to Grade 12s and non-school leavers applying to PNG Universities. Click online below.
What is more serious: Michael Somare’s sandals setting off an alarm at the Brisbane International Airport in Australia, or an alleged cocaine pilot crashing into PNG sovereign boarders illegally? Were anyone of you pissed off, when in 2005, Michael Somare was asked to take off his sandals at the Brisbane airport when the sandals setContinue reading “Somare’s Sandals vs Suspected Cocaine Pilot”
How did Belden Namah go from volunteering to lead the State of Emergency as a Chairman of the Emergency Committee to arguing it is unconstitutional and invalid in less than 72 hours? But this is Namah-like, and you should not be surprised. But a much bigger question is, even if Namah appears to be aContinue reading “72 Hours in Belden Namah’s Life: More than a nuisance?”
I was interviewed by the World Politics Review – see link below. https://www.worldpoliticsreview.com/trend-lines/27948/will-papua-new-guinea-s-new-leader-make-good-on-his-reform-promises