If you are looking for a good bargain then head on down to Brian Bell Homecentres for great discounts. But you need to be a Nambawan Super or Nasfund card holder. Husbands buy something nice for your wives. Remember happy wife happy life.
The temporary bus stop at Unagi Oval in the capital has turned into a pig sty with the muddy conditions from the rain. But the mud has also not dampened the mood of the pickpockets who happen to thrive in the conditions.
Street kids have now ventured onto Waigani Drive near the tunnel to carry out their trade – that is beg from motorists. Meanwhile city residents are still waiting for the CCTV cameras to click into action.
The Port Moresby Nature Park is set to celebrate “World Lizard Day,” today. Lizards live in almost any habitat and can be found on every continent in the world except Antarctica. There are more than 4,000 lizard species around the world ranging from geckos to iguanas and blue-tongued lizards. Interestingly PNG is home to one of the World’s longest lizards, the Varanus salvadorii. It is commonly referred to as the crocodile monitor which can grow as long as 3.6 metres.
A gentleman could not surf the internet from his smart phone and called customer care on 1655 for assistance. But the phone lines were not working. The next day he took his phone to his service provider and it was fixed in five minutes. He was later advised by a customer care agent that its customer care number is 1555.
The Hunters are second to last on the Q Cup ladder after their loss to the classy Burleigh Bears at NFS on Sunday. This Sunday’s match won’t be easy when they play second-placed Wynnum Manly Seagulls at their home ground. Let’s hope our boys can spring off a few wins to end the horror season.
“We are not working for ourselves. We are privileged to be holding on these positions. We’re working for our people,’’ Health facilities manager Ambrose Kwaramb.