Kina Bank plans to waive fees

KINA Bank’s chief executive officer Greg Pawson
March 10, 2021 The National Business KINA Bank’s chief executive officer Greg Pawson has revealed that the bank’s ambition to modernise PNG’s financial services sector with plans for fee-free banking. “We want to take banking back to basics with better customer service and no unnecessary fee gouging,” he said. “We think... more →
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Comfort Taxi owner gets into hospitality industry

the S&J Hotel Port Morseby, PNG
By  PNG Bulletin Online Nathan Milyo Father of eight and founder of Port Moresby household brand Comfort Taxi Services, Nathan Milyo officially opened his new establishment, the S&J Hotel on Saturday Feb 13, 2021. Present to officiate at the opening ceremony was Governor for NCD Powes Parkop who also joined in the ribbon cutting... more →
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PNG’s Kavieng Airport Landowners to continue protest despite Government’s commitment of K3 million payment

KAVIENG AIRPORT LANDOWNERS TO CONTINUE PROTEST Landowners of the Kavieng Airport in Papua New Guinea say the sit-in protest will continue until and unless the concerned authorities give them a favorable response. The landowners have demanded the National Government and National Airports Cooperation to respond to their call to settle... more →
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Prime Minister James Marape Has Done Great Job for Our Economy

Every man has his own weaknesses and strengthens. It’s the same with a leader, MP or a PM. But one thing which led me to write up this piece is; since Independence no one PM has ever fought for Economic Independence and greater share/equity participation in our resources projects unlike PM James Marape. Even before political... more →
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PM Marape urges UPNG graduates to be job creators, not seekers

Prime Minister Hon. James Marape has encouraged graduating University of PNG (UPNG) students to get into self-employment. He said this when addressing the 65th UPNG Graduation at the Sir John Guise Stadium in Port Moresby today in which 396 students from the School of Business and Public Policy graduated. More students... more →
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Pointers for SME participants, By East Sepik Governor Allen Bird

As the Government makes available record funding into the SME sector, I think it’s prudent that some pointers be provided for those who might be excited and rushing headlong into this space. Be aware of who your clients are: If your clients are local, the local economy has shrunk by K10 billion. We are in... more →
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Air Niugini Resumes Services Between Port Moresby and Hong Kong as a Transit Point to the World

MEDIA RELEASE Air Niugini is pleased to announce that it will resume services between Port Moresby and Hong Kong, commencing Wednesday 28th October 2020. Services will be operated by Air Niugini’s Boeing 767 aircraft, in partnership with Cathay Pacific Airways under a code share arrangement. Flights will initially operate... more →
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Air Niugini Resumes Jet Services to Mount Hagen

Air Niugini is pleased to announce the resumption of Fokker jet services to Mount Hagen, Western Highlands Province commencing Tuesday 20th October 2020. For most of the last sixteen months the runway at Kagamuga airport has been restricted to Dash-8 turboprop aircraft to allow National Airports Corporation (NAC) to complete... more →
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Prime Minister James Marape with Mr Mark Bristow and his team from Barrick

Yesterday I was assisted by Governor GC Sir Ipatas, Hon M Makiba, Ambassador Lupari, Kumul Mining Holding Ltd’s MD in Peter Graham and State Solicitor Mr D Rolpagaera in securing a better deal for our country. We spent whole day yesterday securing well for our country without compromising or sacrificing all of my government’s... more →
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BSP: Cryptocurrency risky

BSP chief executive officer Robin Fleming.
The National Business, By DALE LUMA BANK South Pacific (BSP) does not accept cryptocurrency transactions, says group chief executive officer Robin Fleming. Responding to queries from The National, Fleming highlighted that cryptocurrencies posed some risks which included: LACK of consumer protection. While traditional financial products... more →
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