The inside story of PNG Attitude's first 10 years, the Crocodile Prize and Pukpuk Publications.
How a non profit, voluntary enterprise got off the ground and grew into a formidable voice.
The dramas, the setbacks & the personalities. The story of a project that led to an historic
collaboration between Papua New Guineans and Australians who care.
Tracking daily developments in the struggle for a Papua New Guinea worthy of its people
Sunday 26 June
UNITECH vice-chancellor Albert Schram confirms that Appropriate Technology & Community Development Institute, Department of Open and Distance Learning, SRC president’s house and mess building lost to arson. “We will need support now in times of need to rebuild the mess and academic buildings,” Prof Schram says. https://www.facebook.com/albert.schram/posts/1298827166811870
GOVERNOR Gary Juffa tweets on continuing unrest in three universities: “One student murdered in Lae; another still in critical condition in Port Moresby; Parliament must be recalled.”