A little extra
This newspaper quickly sold out in Alotau when it arrived yesterday morning, presumably because of the Tommy Baker story. The demand was so high that those who had read it then sold their copies to others who had not – with a little extra on the top. Not good!
Hopefully any planned travel bubble with India will not compromise the health of the people of PNG. Health should come first!
The All-Pacific 18-member squad to meet the best from Australia and NZ – now that the Rugby League World Cup is cancelled. Fiji has six players, Samoa five, Tonga five, and one each from PNG and Cooks. From 1 to 18: Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, Maika Sivo, Justin Olam, Kotoni Staggs, Brian To’o, Jarome Luai, Dylan Brown, Daniel Saifiti, Apisai Koroisau, Junior Paulo, Sitili Tupouniua, Viliame Kikau, Jason Taumalolo (captain), Chanel Harris-Tavita, Tui Kamikamica, Sio Sina Taukeiaho, Siosifa Talakai, Maika Ravulala.
Notice on the street is obviously targeting those who are still confused, and refusing to do what is right.
The Covid-19 reportedly has another side-effect for men – erectile dysfunction, according to US doctors. It is said to slow down blood flow for those who tested positive.
Food for thought
Life does not allow us to go back and change what we have done wrong, but it does allow us to live each day better than our last.
“It is dangerous to cram changes to the Constitution. We have passed many Acts of Parliament in this sitting where MPs have openly opposed provisions in these laws. We would expect to go in-committee and examine provisions where there are questions. This has not happened. This is bad law-making and bad laws will emerge as a result.” – Opposition Leader Belden Namah.