Oh how we used to receive or send Christmas cards through Post PNG to friends, family members and workmates. It was a festive season tradition. Sad that it’s all done electronically now.
PNG Power is keeping mum over the intermittent disruptions to power supply in parts of Port Moresby last weekend. The power supplier promised everyone less than a week ago (see Wednesday’s front page) that there would be no more power cuts. Yeah right!
The crowd gets bigger and bigger congregating under the trees in Waigani outside the Finance and Lands departments as Christmas draws closer. They must be expecting something big.
Mum is furious and cannot wait for school to resume. She yells at the children to play Christmas carols but all she got back was what she described as a “nightclub mix”. Oh the headache.
The Government should declare a no-mobile-phone day once a month. Maybe then we can start talking to each other again in the bus, car, bus stop, car park or even in the sitting room of our homes.
A court has advised a man to call his family together and resolve any differences they have amicably. He was charged with cutting down 17 banana trees belonging to another who had earlier cut down 12 of his banana trees.
THE Commissioner of Inquiry into the Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS) loan established in August needs the support of Government and all its agencies to fulfil its objective. For example, it is yet to receive the funding promised by PM James Marape.
“When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on.” -Franklin D. Roosevelt