Money versus country
Panthers’ star halfback Jarome Luai is torn between playing for Samoa or Australia in the World Cup. Coach Mal Meninga has told him to decide quickly. Essentially it is a choice between money and country.
At a popular watering hole in the city, patron watched as a man replaced the Maroons flag on his table with a Blues one nearby. Someone whispered that he is changing allegiance.
Retired veteran Air
Niugini pilot Captain Paun Nonggor-r is likely to be seen more around the Royal Port Moresby Golf Club now that he has more time on his hands. To his friends, he plays the sport as brilliantly as he flies those B767 jets.
To Captain Nonggor-r from Vainimo-Green MP Belden Namah: “Well done Captain. I salute you. You have done your family, people, country and yourself proud. It is truly inspiring and uplifting to see pioneers finish off with a flare in fine and distinguished fashion.”
Informal vendors selling live chicken at Gordon in Port Moresby have been involved in a tug-of-war fight with City Hall. They have been chased away several times from a spot near the multi-million kina Gordon market. Now they have set up camp and doing business near the big water outlet on the other side of the highway. They are sticking around.
Food for thought
Never ignore a person who cares for you, because one day you will realise that you have lost a diamond while you were busy collecting stones.
“I have learned that people will forget what you said, what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou.