A child’s letter to New Zealand PM Jacinda Arden has gone viral. She wrote: “Jacinda, my dad is not washing his hands properly, he is not putting soap on his hands, and not rubbing for 20 seconds. I will work on this with him!”
Colleague went to check his favourite watering hole in Port Moresby on Saturday and saw the beer freely flowing despite what he had heard about a “liquor ban”. Oh, colleague still refused to enter because he says he is observing Lent.
They were two prominent leaders in the Pacific region, very close friends who took their nations to independence and became founding prime ministers. Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare and Fiji’s Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara were both 84 when they passed away.
By the way, Fiji has already received its first shipment of the Covid-19 vaccines. PNG should already be receiving its supplies too, shouldn’t it?
This sign was posted inside the University of South Pacific campus after an increase in betel-nut chewing activities. Fijians do not normally chew!
Food for thought
There is no greater love in this world than peace of mind.
“Any soldier is expected to behave professionally in the execution of his or her duties, be it in peace times or war times, in military life or in civilian life. There are rules of engagement to adhere to.” – Justice Panuel Mogish.