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|East New Britain Deputy Governor Cosmas Bauk (centre, front row) and RPNGC Assistant Commissioner, Island Region, Anton Billie (fourth from left) join instructors and participants at the commencement of the Fraud and Corruption Investigation training, in Kokopo, East New Britain.|
120718NRI LAUNCHES RESEARH REPORT IN BUKA
New Dawn FM News
The National Research Institute today launched the research report on the National Referendum Conference held in Port Mort Moresby recently.
Project team leader, DR. THOMAS WEBSTER made the presentation at the ABG House of Representatives ground in Kubu.
DR. Webster said that the Research report was launched in Port Moresby on May 30th and had to launch it again in Buka today.
The report are contained in two separate books that looked at the administration of referendums all over the world and the second Book is on Independence Referendums and how Bougainville is going towards Papua New Guineas first Referendum in 2019.
DR. Webster said that the PNG National Research Institute was established by an act of Parliament soon after independence in 1976.
Its an independent institution that carries out research and analyses of strategic issues affecting national development.
Its mandate is for improving the welfare of the people of Papua New Guinea.
In helping to understand the problem and issues and contribute to better policy development.
It reports to Parliament via the Minister for Higher Education.
DR. WEBSTER said that the NRI council in early 2017 agreed to conduct the Bougainville Referendum Research Project because of the importance of the Bougainville referendum scheduled for next years when the people of Bougainville will decide their political status.
He said this is an important turning point in the history of Papua New Guinea.
120718SEMOSO ON REPORT
New Dawn FM News
The Deputy Speaker of the Bougainville House of Representatives, FRANCESCA SEMOSO has welcomed the research report presented by DR. THOMAS WEBSTER on behalf of the National Research Institute on the Bougainville Referendum.
Deputy Speaker, SEMOSO said that the independent report is welcomed by the people of Bougainville and because of the Books people will read and know how far we have gone in preparing for the Bougainville referendum scheduled for June next year.
She said that report actually helps Bougainville to know where we can concentrate more as we prepare our people for the referendum.
She thanked the National Research Institute for the report and said that she was looking forward to another conference on the Bougainville referendum this time in Bougainville before next year.
120718PEACE AGREEMENT GOOD SAYS MOMIS
New Dawn FM News
The ABG President Chief DR. JOHN MOMIS says that the Bougainville Peace Agreement is a good agreement that binds the two governments to collaborate jointly and implement the Agreement.
He says the Agreement was the result of efforts of the two governments to find a way of solving the Bougainville Crisis.
President MOMIS made these remarks at the launch of the National Research Institutes Referendum Conference Report in Buka this morning.
President MOMIS said that he is worried that the agreement does not seem to have provisions to enforce the implementation of the agreement by both or either of the two governments.
He said that both governments must pick up their end of the stick and this is not happening as only the ABG is picking its end whilst the National Governments side is always on the ground.
The ABG President said that he wants to express his very serious concern that we dont seem to have a higher authority to enforce the full implementation of the Bougainville Peace Agreement purely and simply.
He said if that does not happen the people will use all kinds of excuses to procrastinate on this very important timely agenda that must be met and we just cannot postpone it.
President MOMIS said that things are getting very late and our window of opportunity is closing on us.
He was also concerned that any shortcut that we could take, we would be sacrificing the quality of the end result.
President Momis said that we do not want the people to question the end result of the Referendum.
He was also concerned that after several JSB meetings and including other meetings with the Prime Minister nothing seems to be moving.
120718CREATING A CONDUCIVE ATMOSPHERE IS IMPORTANT
New Dawn FM News
The ABG President Chief DR.JOHN MOMIS said that creating a conducive atmosphere for the conduct of the Bougainville Referendum is very important.
He was speaking at the launch of the Bougainville Referendum Research by the National Research Institute in Buka today.
He said that there are lot of dangerous undercurrents now in Bougainville which are now backfiring on the government itself.
President MOMIS said currently the ABG is being blamed for not delivering services to the people of Bougainville because the National Government is not making payments guaranteed under the Peace Agreement.
He said if we create a conducive environment the people will understand and accept a negotiated outcome.
|Delivering planting materials in very bad weather|
Ditch Ocean Dumping Campaign applauds broad prohibition to protect oceans, rivers and other water bodies
Earthworks | 10 July 2018
Standard Chartered has announced a full prohibition of financial services for clients practicing marine and riverine mine waste dumping. Standard Chartered adopted their policy shortly after the launch of the Ditch Ocean Dumping campaign, joining Citigroup, which has also confirmed that it will no longer finance submarine mine waste disposal.
We have long held the view that marine or riverine tailings disposal is not good industry practice, and we are proud to add it to our prohibited activities list, said Amit Puri, Managing Director and Global Head of Environmental and Social Risk Management at Standard Chartered.
We applaud Standard Chartered for takin...
The leaders of Australia, the Solomon
Islands and Papua New Guinea have marked the start of a project to
lay an undersea internet cable between the three countries amid
criticism from China that Australia is trying to contain its
influence in the region.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was joined by his PNG counterpart Peter O'Neill and Rick Houenipwela from the Solomon Islands in Brisbane Wednesday to witness the signing of a memorandum of understanding that paves the way for the project to proceed.
Australia is spending nearly $137million (US$100.9million) to lay the cable and Turnbull described it as a very practical way of providing foreign aid.
Back in 2016 the Solomon Islands government signed a deal with Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei to lay a cable to Australia.
But the Australian government was concerned Huawei would be permitted to plug into Australia's telecommunications infrastructure.
It believes that while Huawei is an independent company, it retains links to the Chinese Government and could pose a threat to Australian infrastructure in the future.
Last year senior government officials told the Solomon Islands Government that Canberra was unlikely to grant the company a so-called landing point for the cable on the Australian mainland.
The Australian Government then announced its support for the PNG cable and a few months later said it would foot most of the bill to lay the cable to the Solomon Islands as well.
In June, Australian company Vocus was awarded the $136.6 million (US$100.6 million) contract to manage the construction of the 4,000-kilometre cable.
Some observers believe the decision was not only due to security concerns but also to counter China's growing influence in the region, particularly its use of loans and grants to build infrastructure projects.
The formal start of the cable project comes amid criticism from within China that Australia is trying to contain Beijing's influence in the Pacific.
In an editorial on Monday the state-owned newspaper Global Times said China's emergence is an irreversible trend and any attempt to contain the country's growth runs contrary to the trend of the times.
The newspaper was responding to Australian media reports that Australia and New Zealand would sign a new security pact with Pacific Island nations later in the year to counter the growing influence of China in the region.
The security pact, known as Biketawa Plus, is being considered by...
The SP Hunters starting line-up for this
weekends Intrust Super Cup Round 18 clash against Northern Pride
remains unchanged despite their eight points loss to Redcliffe
Dolphins on Sunday. Sailas Gahuna is the only addition to the
extended bench in place of William Mone.
The 20 man squad is:
1. Edene GABBIE
2. Junior RAU
3. Thompson TETEH
4. Willie MINOGA
5. Brendon GOTUNO
6. Ase BOAS - Captain
7. Watson BOAS
8. Enock MAKI
9. Wartovo PUARA Jnr
10. Stanton ALBERT
11. Nixon PUT
12. Rhadley BRAWA
13. Moses MENINGA
14. Charlie SIMON
15. Paul WAWA
16. Adex WERA
17. Dilbert ISAAC
18. Baundo ABA
19. Sailas GAHUNA
20. Butler MORRIS
Coach Michael Marum will finalise the 18 man team at the Captains Run on Saturday and the final 17 man run on side will be named an hour before kick off on Sunday.
The game against Northern Pride kicks off at 3.00pm this Sunday July 15, 2018 at the Oil Search National Football Stadium in Port Moresby.
The earlier game will see the Digicel Cup Round 15 clash between NCDC Port Moresby Vipers and PRK Gulf Isou which kicks off at 12.15pm.
Former Member for Tambul Nebilyer Benjamin
Poponawa passed on early this morning in his home in Port Moresby
at age 59.
Tambul Nebilyer Chief Executive Officer Philip Telpa said the district received the news this morning and will advise in due time details of his passing and funeral arrangements after consultation with his family.
Late Poponawa was also the former Minister for Labour and Industrial Relations and served as an MP for two consecutive terms from 2007 2012 and 2012- 2017 and has done a lot for the district during his term.
CEO Telpa said some of the projects during his term as an MP was the establishment of the new Tambul High School, rural electricity programs and Tambul-Mendi roads.
Mr. Telpa on behalf of the district relayed heartfelt condolences to the family of the late MP and said the district stands united in this time of grief. PNGFM/PNGTOday
Billy Slater enjoyed an eventful end to an eventful career in Maroon, as Queensland dug deep for an 18-12 win to honour the outgoing great.
Retiring from the representative arena after 31 games representing his state and departing as Queensland's 14th Origin captain - Slater was a split hair away from being the first try-scorer before a buoyant Suncorp Stadium.
Cheered each time he touched the ball, the Innisfail Brothers junior leapt high in the 4th minute above Nathan Cleary to collect a cross-field stab kick from Daly Cherry-Evans.
The on-field referee ruled a try and the video official initially indicated he would do likewise until changing his mind after detecting a minute knock-on in Slater's catch.
This all happened one minute after Slater earnt a penalty when he was welcomed into the match with a shoulder charge from Latrell Mitchell.
Queensland dominated possession for the first half-hour, completing at above 90 per cent and having more than 70 per cent of the ball at one stage.
Reinstated half Daly Cherry-Evans was a key factor in those statistics, with a short kicking game and sustained exertion of pressure which placed the Blues under the pump.
To round out Slater's thrill-a-minute first half, he earnt another penalty when he grubbered and found Boyd Cordner in an offside position from a ricochet.
Then he was involved in an obstruction incident that led to James Maloney being sin-binned in the 30th minute, but which didn't bring a penalty try, much to the displeasure of the 51,214 crowd.
In amongst this all, two intercepts helped shape the game.
Valentine Holmes took a 95m intercept try that put Queensland up 6-0 after his subsequent conversion.
Tom Trbojevic almost replicated the feat when he plucked a Cameron Munster pass to run 90m in the opposite direction.
Queensland sustained a lead of 8-6 until the final minute of the opening stanza, until a miscommunication in defence let James Tedesco score a simple try one off the ruck.
That left the home side in arrears 12-8 at the break, with a notable stat being the 13 hit-ups taken by Gavin Cooper in a non-stop effort.
Valentine Holmes brought things back level on the scoreboard in the 50th minute, finishing a backline movement that featured, you guessed it, Slater and Cherry-Evans in the lead-up.
The try was Holmes' fifth in two Origin appearances at Suncorp Stadium and eighth in five games for Queensland overall.
Slater was at it again six minutes later when he weaved his way upfi...
breaches of the MOA, has caused negative impacts on the social, environmental and economic lives of the Porgera landowners
Resource Owners Federation of Papua New Guinea Inc | 9 JULY 2018
Although the Porgera Joint Venture
has recently applied for the renewal of their Special Mining Lease,
a majority of the landowners whose lands are the subject of the
mining lease, are maintaining a dispute for breaches of various
agreements, laws and the constitution of PNG under the previous
On 13th December 2013, the Porgera
Special Mining Lease area landowners presented a position statement
to the former Minister for Mining, Hon. Byron Chan, after
Australian lawyers conducted a review in relation to the compliance
of their Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) dated 12th May 1989, with
the Independent State of Papua New Guinea. The statement claimed
that the landowners were owed more than four billion United States
dollars (US$4billion) worth of unfulfilled contractual undertakings
by the State.
The National aka The Loggers Times | July 11, 2018
THE fly-in-fly-out (Fifo)
arrangement for mining and petroleum projects allows economic
benefits to be spread across the country, according to the PNG
Chamber of Mines and Petroleum.
This was one of several reasons
given in a statement to The National from the chamber in response
to concerns raised by the PNG Resource Owners Federation last
The federations concerns were based
on how project areas were losing out on economic benefits due to
this and called on the government to put a stop to
Papua New Guineans make up around 95
per cent of the workforce in mature mining and petroleum operations
in PNG, the chamber said.
They are employed from the preferred
area local communities and the host province, as well as from other
parts of PNG.
This Fifo employment model for the
resource industry provides the best balance of shared benefits to
communities right across PNG.
Many of the employees from other parts of the country prefer...
PORT MORESBY Earlier this week China stepped up its soft power incursion into Papua New Guinea and the Pacific with an announcement that it will pre-empt Novembers APEC forum in Port Moresby with a Pacific conference of its own also in the national capital.
And yesterday, as if to reinforce the deal, the Chinese naval hospital ship, Peace Ark, slipped into Fairfax Harbour to begin an eight-day humanitarian mission in PNG.
Peace Ark (as it known when on humanitarian service) is better known in China as Daishan Dao, a Type 920 hospital ship of the People's Liberation Army Navy.
In accordance with the Geneva Conventions, Daishan Dao, with her crew of 430 with about 100 medical staff, does not carry offensive weapons.
When the vessel was launched in 2007 the Chinese rationale was to give China a platform to provide quicker humanitarian response to disasters, but some strategic analysts contend that it also allows China to extend its navy's expansionist 'blue water' capabilities.
The Chinese Xinhua news agency reported PNG Defence Force chief of staff, Captain Philip Polewara, extending a warm welcome to the ship and thanking China and the Chinese people for the aid.
Peace Ark will conduct medical diagnosis, treatment and academic exchanges with local hospital staff.
It will also be open to the public during its stopover to further promote cultural understanding and friendship between the two countries.
Xinhua reported Chinese Ambassador to PNG Xue Bing as saying the mission marked the latest step in the relationship and that it built on prime minister Peter O'Neills visit to China last month.
PNG is the first stop on Peace Arks current mission which also includes Vanuatu and Fiji.
Since 2008, the ship has visited 37 countries and provided free medical services...
SYDNEY As you, my more faithful readers, will already know from my previous scribblings, during my time in Papua New Guinea I had the pleasure and privilege of playing rugby league with some highly talented players, both Papua New Guinean and expatriate.
Of the latter group Sean Dorney and Bill Phillips were standouts. In the 1975 season the three of us were the only expats playing for the Port Moresby Club, Paga. The rest of the team was mainly drawn from the New Guinea Islands.
Towards the end of the season we had to play Gulf, a team of big tough players drawn mainly from Gulf Province. A win for us was essential if we were to qualify for the finals.
So to ensure this was the case, one of Pagas committee was dispatched to Rabaul to obtain a magic potion, or puripuri, which, we were told, if applied to the body would result in certain victory.
Prior to the game we all smeared it on. All over ourselves. Good Rabaul puripuri.
But something went amiss. The game was an absolute disaster for us. Everything that could go wrong did so. We were well and truly thrashed.
I made my own contribution to the debacle by sending a hospital pass to Sean Dorney. The ball arrived at the same time as a big Gulf forward who flattened Sean, slightly rearranging his facial features. Sean, ever the gentleman, refused to apportion any blame on me.
(It didn't seem to do too much damage, the following year Sean went on to captain the Kumuls in the PNG team's first international match - in fact, he's Kumul number 13.)
As we trooped dejectedly of the field, our season over, naturally the question arose as to why the puripuri hadnt worked. The answer from Paga officials was simply that Gulfs magic was stronger than ours.
This seemed to disregard the fact that we missed vital tackles, dropped the ball, gave away needless penalties, and failed to capitalise on try scoring opportunities.
It was all the fault of ou...
an old woman hops on a PMV
clenching a K2 note
shes going to Kokopo
shes getting some money
shes giving some money not
an old man chews buai
and spits on the kolta
pikinini, em ol ston blo ples ya
they speak English
every one of them
a young girl stares at her phone
the truck hits a pothole
sending her into the air
she lands softly on her bum
and giggles remembering
old woman frowns
this is taboo
such things you dont share
even on FB
a boy sits on the side of the truck
clutching the iron bars
as cocoa trees speed by
a moment of ecstasy then
while all this is happening
I am making notes
not one notices
a poet doesnt exist
he just happens
5 July 2018:
The book is a bit of a time capsule, somewhat along the lines of Daniel Ellsbergs recent book revealing the substance of the other half of the Pentagon Papers decades later. In fact, Hinke actually found this manuscript, which he had begun in 1966 and lost a couple of years later in the process of moving to Canada. So its a shame that the book proceeds chronologically through the 20th century and then breaks off, more or less, in the 1970s. But what has come since may be more familiar, and what is found here is of tremendous value. Part of what the book illuminates is the role Canada has played for many decades as a haven for those fleeing all kinds of injustice, including military conscription, in the United States, but also in other countries, such as Russia.
|Tony Stuart, Chief Executive Officer UNICEF Australia and David Mcloughlin, Country Representative UNICEF PNG during the signing of the LOE in Sydney Australia, yesterday.|
110718ACTING ARRANGEMENTS MADE
New Dawn FM News
The Bougainville Chief Secretary, JOSEPH NOBETAU has also announced temporary Acting Appointments for the Secretary for the Department of Treasury and Finance and the Secretary for Personal Management and Administrative Services.
The memo from MR. NOBETAU says that effective immediately, MR. MATHEW MONEI is appointed as Acting Secretary for Treasury and Finance and that the appointment will remain in place subject to monthly approval, until such time as the Board of Inquiry in relation to matters of misconduct against the substantive Secretary is finalized.
MR. NOBETAU also announced the appointment of WESLEY WANINARA as acting Secretary for Personal Management and Administrative Services on a short term basis whilst the Acting Secretary, PETER NOMOREKE is on sick leave.
Relevant instruments of appointment will be finalized and gazetted shortly.
110718CATHOLIC YOUTHS READY FOR NUNCIO VISIT
New Dawn FM News
The Catholic youth movement throughout Bougainville are gearing up to meet with the NUNCIO who is visiting Bougainville this weekend.
NUNCIO His Excellency Most Reverand KURIAN M.VAYALUNKAL will arrive in the region this Friday.
He will travel to Arawa on the same day and have mass with the Youths from Central and South Bougainville at the former Cathedral in TUBIANA on Saturday morning.
He will travel back to BUKA on Sunday morning and have mass again with the youths of West Coat, Atolls and North Bougainville at the HAHELA Pro Cathedral on Buka island.
The Nuncio and his delegation will return to Port Moresby on Monday.
New Dawn FM News
The Secretary of the Department of Treasury and Finance, BRENDA TOHIANA has been suspended by the Bougainville Senior Appointments Committee amidst allegations for misconduct in Office.
Earlier only the Secretary for Community Government, WESLY KENNETH was suspended awaiting investigations for misconduct in office but did not suspend MS TOHIANA who was also implicated.
In a media statement from the Chief Secretary, JOSEPH NOBETAU, the Senior Appointments Committee made a decision yesterday to suspend MS TOHIANA and the suspension will remain in force until such time as the Board of Inquiry, established by the Senior Appointments Committee, reports its findings.
MR. NOBETAU said that under the Bougainville constitution and the Bougainville Senior Appointments Committee act 2014, responsibility dealing with disciplinary matters involving constitutional office holders and senior officers rests with the Bougainville Senior Appointments Committee.
This is to make sure the process is fair and impartial and free from political interference.
Where allegations of misconduct are raised against a senior officer, the committee is required to follow strict procedures.
If the committee considers that the allegations should be investigated, it must appoint a board of inquiry to conduct the investigation and report back.
If the board of inquiry is satisfied that misconduct has occurred there are a range of punishment options available to the committee, including removal from office.
The Chief Secretary said that MS TOHIANA has been provided with details of the allegations and has been afforded an opportunity to respond.
He said these matters will now be fully investigated and MS TOHIANA will be provided with full natural justice.
MR. NOBETAU said that he understands people will be curious to know the details of the allegations set out in the petition, but it would not be fair to MS TOHIANA for those details to be made public at this stage.
He said that the formal procedures should be allowed to take their course.
It should be sufficient for the CHIEF to say that he found those allegations very concerning requiring him to take this action.
He concluded by saying that as the Chief Secretary, he will not tolerate Corruption and misconduct within the Bougainville Public Service.
MR.NOBETAU said that Bougainvilleans are entitled to expect the highest standards of integrity from their public servants.
He also called on any person with evidence of misconduct on the part of any public servant to come forward so that appropriate action can be taken.
060718TEAM WORK KEY TO SUCCESS
New Dawn FM News
The Secretary for the ABG Economic Services, STEVEN TSIVELE says the both the Private Sector and the Government Departments must work together to achieve results.
He made these remarks at the closing of the Contractors workshop in Buka last Friday afternoon.
MR. TSIVELE said that partnership and team work are the ingredients of a balanced development in any society.
MR. TSIVELE said Businesses with problems with their businesses should seek assistance from his office in Buka.
He said that services done by his officers are free as they are paid by the Autonomous Bougainville Government to assist citizens of Bougainville.
060718CONTRACTORS TO REGISTER ASSOCIATION
New Dawn FM News
Contractors who have attended the one-week Contractors workshop in Buka said that they will register their Contractors Association to help fight for their rights as Contractors.
Contractors representative and course participant, FRANCIS HENESI in his speech said that the participants should start implementing what they have learnt in this one-week.
He said only practice can make you master whatever dream you have in life.
MR. HENESI said that the participants have agreed to register the Contractors Association and would welcome people of Bougainville.
He thanked the ABG Department of Economic Services and the PNG Department of Trade and Industry for making it possible for the workshop to be held in Buka.
MR. HENESI said that they will request the course coordinator to return to Buka to run similar courses in the future.
The KROTON Hela Wigmen rugby league franchise would like to thank Governor Sir Peter Ipatas and the people of Enga and the EPG Enga Mioks for naming the round 15 match this Sunday at Aipus Oval in Wabag as Agiru Memorial Cup.
Wigmen Chairman Andy Hetra said The historical connection between the Hela Opena and Hela Huli brothers is still strong to this day where both are considered to be brothers. Folklore has told us that our Opena brothers live beyond the mountains of Mt Kare and Mt Tundaka. This Sunday we will be visiting our brothers in Wabag and we are looking forward for a good turnout for the game.
The Chairman said, It is such a wonderful experience when we play our brother team and also to commemorate this game in memory of the founding Patron of Hela Wigmen Rugby League Franchise, Late Governor Anderson Agiru. It is only fitting for his brother Governor Sir Peter Ipatas to host this Cup in recognition of the cultural bond and brotherhood these two provinces share and also to honor a great leader who has lived a legacy in many facets, especially in politics, business and sports.
Mr Hetra said, while we understand that Mioks will want to fight for the minor premiership in their remaining 4 rounds, we are also fighting to keep our finals hope alive to make the top 5. We know that it wont be an easy game for us. More pressure will be on Mioks after recording their first loss of the season in Mendi last weekend. Mioks wouldnt want to do a second consecutive loss. Every remaining games for us is like finals footy for us. The boys are well aware of this and we will be hungrier to win. At the end of the day it will come down to the team that commits less mistakes. This is an area we need to work hard on, especially to cut down on silly mistakes and cheap penalties going against an inform Mioks outfit.
We wish the two brother teams the best of luck and we encourage all to come and celebrate the occasion in the true spirit of sportsmanship and comradeship. Press Release
Thirty-two tertiary schools in the National
Capital District and other centres around the country received K5
million in school fee subsidies from the NCD Commission.
Speaking at the cheque presentation in Caritas Girls Secondary School in Port Moresby, NCD Governor Powes Parkop said since its inception in 2008, NCD TVET and school-fee assistance program has relieved many disadvantaged guardians, parents and their children in tertiary institutions.
Mr Parkop said more than K40 million has been invested in the program, benefitting over 35,000 students since.
He added that today some 1001 students were the proud recipient of subsidy.
The program only complemented with the National Governments Tuition Fee Free policy, he said.
Those schools include the University of Papua New Guineas open college, main and Taurama campuses, Divine Word University, Pacific Adventist University, the University of Goroka, the University of Natural Science and Environment, University of Technology and others.
Governor Parkop used the occasion to flag his major policy platform in his third term in office, citing upgrading of settlement to suburb, modernisation of Motu-Koitabuan villages, improvement of suburbs, eradication of violence and improvement of health and education.
According to him, the scheme is part of his holistic strategy in making the city clean, safe, peaceful, active and liveable.
He emphasised that the city will not be transformed into the best in the Pacific and the region as envisaged unless the outcomes of the policys aspirations are not materialised in partnership.
Governor Parkop also emphasised that no one should be left behind or idle as far as education is concerned, echoing the United Nations Sustainable Development goals.
Governor Parkop urged the students to partner with him and the City Hall to make this dream into reality.
He further said the commission entered into a partnership with the World Bank to fund the Urban Youth Employment program at the tune of K30 million in the last three years.
This program is also tailored towards achieving the same outcome, he said.
He announced that the program, which has been hailed as a success in addressing many cross-cutting issues in the city, will be replicated in other main centres with funds sourced from the Australian government.
Apart from this, Minister for Lands and Physical Planning Justin TKatchenko also did his cheque presentation to schools in his di...
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