Group appoints executives
THE Vaga Incorporated Land Goup at Kirakira village has new executive members to represent them on benefits from their land. It includes the K369 million new Port Moresby sewerage project at Joyce Bay, the new Butuka Technical High School at Kirakira village, Kirakira Hill, some portions along the Kirakira-Pari road, Taurama Valley and other prime areas in Moresby South and Moresby North-East electorates.

Call for reconciliation
PEACE and reconciliation for the Hube local level government in Finschhafen, Morobe, has to be achieved quickly to make way for developments to go ahead, says Morobe administrator Bart Ipambonj on Friday. He was at the Evangelical Lutheran Church of PNG headquarter in Morobe, to update the provincial government on the situation in the LLG after a visit by church pastors recently.

More funding for NID
KOMPIAM-Ambum MP John Pundari has promised more funding for the rollout of the National Identity (NID) project in his district in Enga. “I would suggest that the NID registration team set up about 4-5 mobile kits so that my people will have easy access for registration, and I will provide extra funding and logistics for all the teams,” he said.

Graduates eyed in project
Enga Governor Sir Peter Ipatas has urged acting Registrar-General Noel Mobiha to engage young graduates from the Institute of Business Studies in the province to help in the NID roll out exercise. “We have young IBS graduates in Enga who need job and I want you to utilise them in this exercise, as being locals, they will do a quicker job.”

Students get K400,000
The Kikori District Development Authority (DDA) has allocated K400,000 in their 2019 annual budget for tertiary student’s school fee assistance according to the District Administrator of Kikori Tars Sauka. BUILDING and improving road infrastructures will be the priority of Lagaip-Porgera district in Enga this year, Lagaip-Porgera MP Tomait Kapili says. He said the District Development Authority has already committed K2 million each for the Surunki-Mulitaka road and Surinki –Pilikamb road at the total cost of K4million.