The Polytech Institute in Lae now has its new and upgraded metal fabrication & welding workshop, made possible through the PNG-Australia Partnership
5 October 2016
Student profiles from the 2015 Australia Awards Celebrations via DFAT.
22 June 2016
My Place is a digital storytelling project about place and belonging as part of the ABC's coverage of Indigenous stories for NAIDOC Week. Video courtesy of ABC RN.
24 May 2016
The announcement of suspension of Semester One has not dampened the spirit of the students to pursue their cause. Video courtesy of EMTV Online.
4 February 2016
The magnitude of gender-based violence in Papua New Guinea is extremely high. Find out more at odi.org.
LEADERSHIP AND CORRUPTION IN PNG: AN INTERVIEW WITH THE HON BART PHILEMON, MINISTER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE2 February 2016
The Hon Bart Philemon, Minister for Public Service, has served four terms in Parliament, and been Minister under several Prime Ministers. He agreed to be interviewed as part of our Leadership Mapping project. In this interview, the Minister gives some insights into his career, his thoughts on...
21 January 2016
University students from The Voice Inc.’s third level Leadership Development Program are in Port Moresby to participate in a weeklong conference on leadership and advocacy in nation building.
3 January 2016
PNG is one step closer to host the Inaugural Surfing Association PNG-World surfing tour championship this month. It is a big step for surfing PNG, and Surfing Association PNG President Andrew Abel says an opportunity for PNG to host such an event, can help promote and develop surfing and surf...
24 November 2015
To improve literacy rates in the country, the Department of Education with support from the World Bank has established more than 21,000 classroom libraries across Papua New Guinea. Video courtesy of the World Ba...
8 November 2015
Australia will provide assistance to PNG to combat the effects of the current drought and frost. Video courtesy of EMTV Online.
29 September 2015
Family and sexual violence are widespread challenges faced by communities across Papua New Guinea. Now, there is a new national, toll free hotline which links victims and perpetrators of violence to much-needed counseling and support services. And surprising, 50% of calls made to the WANTOK...