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 the development 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
Saturday 25 June
PNG’s attempt to interest global investors in a $1 billion bond issue has likely been doomed by UK’s vote to leave the EU and the market turmoil in its wake. Chief Secretary Isaac Lupari says if the funds aren’t raised there will be further spending cutbacks on schools, roads, hospitals, bridges and health care. http://asia.nikkei.com/Politics-Economy/Economy/Papua-New-Guinea-tries-again-to-interest-global-bond-buyers
UPNG’s Uni-Venture publishing and bookshop business entity has gone up in flames. Books on PNG history valued at K1.5 million have been lost together with office and training equipment, school kits and other reading materials. The building was also looted. http://www.emtv.com.pg/article.aspx?slug=Millions-in-Flames-&subcategory=Top-Stories