Money needed to probe PNG plane crashes, says Inau

Money needed to probe PNG plane crashes, says Inau

THE recent fatal aviation accident in Kiunga, Western province, is the 36th case investigated by the

Seeking out rare, new species in Bougainville

Seeking out rare, new species in Bougainville

AN expedition to find rare and new species of mammals in a region dubbed “the Galapagos” of the Western

US bursary applications called for

US bursary applications called for

THE US Embassy in Port Moresby has announced that applications have opened for the 2017 Humphrey Fellowship

800 expected at PNG e-commerce event

800 expected at PNG e-commerce event

A SUMMIT for e-commerce is scheduled to be held in Port Moresby on April 25, an event for which organisers

Minister calls for disaster-ready infrastructure

Minister calls for disaster-ready infrastructure

TRANSPORT Minister Don Polye has called for help from the Institute of Engineers PNG in the wake of the

Government

24 APR 2008

ECP renamed at close of Ministerial Forum

The Enhanced Cooperation Program (ECP) was renamed at the close of the 18th PNG-Australia Ministerial

Government

24 APR 2008
PNG better positioned to tackle LNG skills needs

PNG better positioned to tackle LNG skills needs

SOLID demand for liquefied natural gas around the world and skilled labour shortages in the Asia Pacific

Workshop to combat engineering shortfalls

Workshop to combat engineering shortfalls

AS PNG’s economy surges ahead on the back of mining and energy projects and operations, the nation’s

Government

17 APR 2008
Unitech engineering graduates are underqualified

Unitech engineering graduates are underqualified

A PEAK national engineering body has said the University of Technology (Unitech) at Lae cannot produce

Brain drain and academic disputes take their toll

Brain drain and academic disputes take their toll

PNG, like other countries benefiting from the global commodities boom, has been experiencing skills shortages

Government

10 APR 2008

Somare seeks more English in classrooms

PNG Prime Minister Sir Michael Somare wants review of educational reforms that allow the native language

Academics put university on notice

GROWING tensions between academic staff and university administrators in PNG were further reinforced

GG urges technical education

PNG’s Governor-General Sir Paulias Matane made a speech at a technical school yesterday calling for the