Everyone was sent to their bedrooms at 9pm Friday when a fuming dad, an ardent Broncos fan, turned off the television well before the game ended. Sorry, family.
From a Broncos fan: “I had a premonition when I felt the earthquake around noon Friday that something worse was coming. Indeed, the tremor at Leichhardt Oval in the evening was devastating.
It is not uncommon for Opposition MPs to complain about not receiving their DSIP allocations. Hardly any MP on the government benches complains. It’s PNG politics.
Must be checking on fellow tots what kind of freedom they do enjoy at home.
A caller in Port Moresby yesterday sent his dedication on a local radio station to his mates, mentioning one in particular who he named “Covid-blood.”
Taxi driver in Port Moresby, wanting to stress the magnitude of the tremor he felt around noon on Friday, said it even shook his car while he was driving. Yeah right. Pull the other one.
Food for thought
The more today’s Government borrows, the bigger the burden for our children tomorrow to bear. We are lucky our fathers and grandfathers did not borrow so much for us to be repaying today.
“Poverty is already high in PNG by many measures, including nutrition and access to balanced diet, health status and health service provision and various other indicators. It is going to get worse in five years’ time.” – Institute of National Affairs executive director Paul Barker.