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Judge slams Lands department corruption and calls for police action

Judge puts the law into practise and corrects corruption doers especially in the Lands Department and is adament that the police look into cases of corrupt land deals. It's about 'bloody' time! RUN the talk, we've been walking far too long!

Photo: Judge Ambeng Kandakasi. Photo courtesy of PNGLoop

Source: PNG Exposed

What is Development?

Are we really aware of the development we continue to 'so vividly' accept. What is the model of development Papua New Guinea should be growing by? the jay-walking ends now and today we choose to walk with direction.

Source: Kevin J. Barr

January, 2012

Development and Modernisation

EMTV news edited to remove corruption story embarrassing to the government

Source: PNG Exposed 

Last Thursday, the 5th of March, EM TV featured on its primetime 6pm television news bulletin a story about the massive K780 million Finance Department fraud.

Thursday was the fifth anniversary of the tabling of a Commission of Inquiry report into the fraud.

Mandi Tumarau Road Development

Source: Jimmy Kalebe

Mandi to Tumarau road in Turubu local level government area in East Sepik Province is currently given a facelift of K1.9 million.

Thanks to Minister for Correctional Services and Member for Wewak Open Jim B Simatab with counter funding from provincial and the national government to see this vital service reaching the people.

The road which connects more than 5,000 people was built in the early 1980s and has never been upgraded or maintained ever since.

TIPNG and CACC demand PM action on SABL land grab

Source: PNG Exposed

Transparency International and the Community Coalition Against Corruption have written to the Prime Minister demanding he follow through with his promises and cancel the illegal SABL leasesTransparency International and the Community Coalition Against Corruption have written to the Prime Minister demanding he follow through with his promises and cancel the illegal SABL leases.

Momis: 'Panguna will be reopened by force'

Source: PNG Mine Watch

President Chief Dr. John Momis has dropped a bolt from the blue with his recent remarks in Tabago of Buin in South Bougainville. Speaking at the ordination of a Catholic Priest last Sunday, President Momis let in on what would be significantly his most controversial move as President. “Panguna will be reopened by force” said the man whom on the other hand has always said he believes in non-violence.