Saturday 18th March 2023 Minister for Internal Security, Peter Tsiamalili jr. said the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary (RPNGC) has reached out to regional and international counterparts, in particular, the law enforcement agencies, in addressing transnational crimes and criminals. He emphasized that strategic partnership with regional and international counterparts is critical to addressing transnational crimes […]
Saturday 18th March 2023 The Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary (RPNGC), with support from the Constitutional and Law Reform Commission, is revising the Police Act (1998) to address the challenges of policing in the twenty- first century. The revision will also accommodate development strategies aspired by its Corporate Plan (2021-2030) reforms, key focus areas, the […]
Saturday 18th March 2023 The Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary is currently conducting feasibility studies into its infrastructure development. These include rehabilitating and building new Highway Patrol bases in all provinces, with a spacing of 60 kilometers apart and reviving the Water Police bases coastal areas, among others. Feasibility studies are currently being conducted into […]
Saturday March 18th 2023 The Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary (RPNGC) continues to provide and increase direct support to the country’s extractive (oil and gas, mining) industries. In his recent police ministerial updates, Minister for Internal Security, Peter Tsiamalili jr. has advised of an Investigations Task Force Team that has been established in all Divisional […]
Saturday 18th March 18 2023 The Government, for the first time in more than a decade, has increased funding for the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary (RPNGC) in this year’s (2023) budget. This year’s national budget has prioritized police and law-and-order sector, with an increase of K401 million, to support the police recruitment and improved […]
CLOUD TECHNOLOGY: Revolutionizing Government Operations and Driving Digital Transformation in Papua New Guinea Thursday 16th March, 2023 Cloud Specialists from the AWS and DICT during the AWS Immersion Day Workshop with Key Government Agencies at Stanley Hotel – 6th March, 2023. The Papua New Guinea Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) is leading the […]
Police concerned over rise in internal migration to New Ireland Thursday March 16, 2023 New Ireland Provincial Police Commander Superintendent Albert Beli. New Ireland Provincial Police Commander Superintendent Albert Beli, has raised serious concerns over the increase in the migration of people from other provinces into New Ireland province. Superintendent Beli is concerned the  influx […]
Butuka Academy, a symbol of education between PNG, China Thursday 16th March, 2022 Chinese Government Special Envoy for the Pacific Island Countries (PIC) Affairs, His Excellency Ambassador Qian Bo is keen to better promote and strengthen PNG-China diplomatic ties.  In his visit last week, Ambassador Qian paid a courtesy call at the   Butuka Academy in the […]
PNG-INDONESIA Border  Agreement to be endorsed after a decade Thursday 16 March 2023 The Minister for Foreign Affairs Hon. Justin Tkatchenko  successfully led the Basic Border Agreement between Papua New Guinea and Indonesia after ten years, to its ratification process in Parliament yesterday (Wednesday 15 March 2023). Minister Tkatchenko acknowledged Parliament for approving the Basic […]
PNG-CHINA relations continue to grow Thursday 16 March 2023 Papua New Guinea has always supported the One-China Policy and will continue working with China as a friend and ally. This was the cornerstone statement from Minister for Foreign Affairs and National Events  Justin Tkatchenko in his bilateral meeting with Chinese Government Special Envoy to Pacific […]