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Ignored report: Illegal logging major crime risk

Ship-waiting-to-load-logsNEWS DESK
| Act Now

PORT MORESBY – It has been revealed that a 2017 risk assessment by the Bank of Papua New Guinea found illegal logging in PNG to be a major money laundering threat but that there was a lack of will in the PNG Forest Authority to investigate and prosecute.

A money laundering and financing of terrorism risk assessment by the central bank said that illegal logging generated very large profits and also had a highly detrimental impact on the economy and natural environment.

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Sam Basil faces misconduct allegations

Sam Basil
Sam Basil leaves the tribunal accompanied by his lawyer Greg Sheppard

NEWS DESK
| PNG Post-Courier

PORT MORESBY – Papua New Guinea’s deputy Prime Minister Sam Basil was suspended from leadership duties on Friday by a leadership tribunal hearing into misconduct allegations against him.

Basil, who is also commerce and industry minister, was suspended after his reference and statement of reasons were presented to the tribunal by public prosecutor Pondros Kaluwin.

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Undelivered contracts cost PNG billions

K2.7 million hole in the ground  Sohe district near Kokoda (Post-Courier)
The K2.7 million hole in the ground near Kokoda (PNG Post-Courier)

NEWSDESK
| Asia Pacific Report

AUCKLAND - A one meter-deep hole in the ground is all there is to show of an almost K2.7 million state contract project in Papua New Guinea’s Oro Province.

The project was to design and build a community health building with support facilities for Kiorata in Sohe district.

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Adviser’s arrest spells trouble all round

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Carolyn Blacklock - senior woman adviser engaged on an Australian government funded program finds herself in hot water

KEITH JACKSON

PORT MORESBY – Carolyn Blacklock, former acting managing director of PNG Power, has been arrested by a police criminal investigation team and charged with conspiracy, forgery, false pretence and misappropriation.

The forensic team had been established by police commissioner David Manning to investigate high level financial crimes.

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Corruption report indicts 'deficient' PNG

CaptureKEITH JACKSON

Download here the full civil society report on the implementation of preventive measures of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption in Papua New Guinea

NOOSA – A report by Transparency International PNG (TIPNG) on how the Papua New Guinea government is meeting its obligations under the United Nations Convention against corruption has highlighted “a multitude of deficiencies hindering the successful implementation” of the Convention.

In summary the TIPNG report concludes that the PNG government has been only partially compliant with its obligations.

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Treasurer confronts Bakani on money-laundering

KEITH JACKSON

Ian Ling Stuckey (PNG Bulletin)
Treasurer Ian Ling-Stuckey used parliament to put reserve bank governor Leo Bakani on the spot (PNG Bulletin)

PORT MORESBY – Papua New Guinea’s Treasurer, Ian Ling-Stuckey, has sent a strong ‘please explain’ to PNG’s central bank governor, Loi Bakani.

Ling-Stuckey minced no words in asking Bakani why he had disassociated the central bank from its own Financial Analysis and Supervision Unit (FASU).

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Is death penalty a real prospect for PNG?

GallowsMAI SATO & MATTHEW GOLDBERG
| Monash University | The Conversation

MELBOURNE - On 30 July, the Papua New Guinea supreme court of quashed the national court’s temporary stay of executions for all people sentenced to death.

The judgment has cleared a major obstacle to carrying out death sentences for the first time in nearly 70 years. It makes execution a real possibility for 15 individuals who are on death row.

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Kiap law was fair, just & adaptive

Kiap holds court  Highlands  1960sCHRIS OVERLAND

ADELAIDE - Jim Moore’s excellent piece, A Baiyer court case. A good kiap reflects’, accurately describes the situation confronting any kiap when trying to administer the law in a fair and just way in those pre-independence years in Papua New Guinea.

When I went to PNG in 1969 I was 18 years old and knew virtually nothing about life generally.

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90% of agencies fail to report how billions spent

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Peter Aitsi - Over a period of years 90% of government agencies have failed to report on how they have spent billions of kina in public funds

MEDIA ROOM
| Transparency International PNG

PORT MORESBY – On Tuesday, as Papua New Guinea’s parliament reconvened on Tuesday following a six-month break, Transparency International PNG took the opportunity to highlight multiple failures in accountability by government agencies.

Transparency’s has made public an ‘Accountability Scorecard’ that reveals that the majority of public bodies in PNG had not submitted annual financial statements required by law under the Public Finance Act, with many not reporting for multiple years.

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Loan a ‘crime against the nation’ says Marape

Peter O'Neill
Peter O'Neill - no apologies for K3 billion loan disaster - 'I did what I thought was right for the country'

KEITH JACKSON

NOOSA - Papua New Guinea’s former prime minister Peter O'Neill has changed his position on the K3 billion Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS) loan debacle, which he has previously asserted was a good idea at the time

Even as successor James Marape blamed him, O’Neill told a Royal Commission inquiring into the spectacularly flawed 2014 deal that shoddy advice from Oil Search Ltd and some government advisers did him in.

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Did APEC cost K3b? Marape won’t say

Gordon Kega
Auditor General Gordon Kega's report on APEC Summit spending is being held back by the Marape government

KEITH JACKSON

NOOSA – Papua New Guinea’s energetic community advocacy group Act Now has told the Marape government it must immediately make public the Auditor General’s report on 2018 APEC Summit spending.

The International Monetary Fund has estimated the Summit cost PNG over K3 billion despite being budgeted at what was already an extraordinary K800 million.

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Expat lawyer charged over alleged K268m fraud

Greg Sheppard (The National)
Greg Sheppard's lawyers say the charges against him are “politically motivated” and “unlawful" (The National)

REBECCA KUKU
| The Guardian

PORT MORESBY - Australian lawyer Greg Sheppard has been arrested for the third time in Papua New Guinea over the alleged misappropriation of 268 million kina from a trust fund linked to the controversial Ok Tedi mine.

Sheppard, a former Queensland crown prosecutor, has previously been charged with eight counts of financial misconduct including money laundering. He was arrested and bailed in January and June.

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Berati family sues Oz govt over Manus murder

Reza Barati
Reza Barati was just 23 when bashed to death by Australian guards at a refugee camp on Manus

KEITH JACKSON

NOOSA – The parents of Iranian asylum seeker Reza Berati, who died in February 2014 after being brutally beaten at an Australian-run detention centre, have begun legal action over his death.

Berati was 23 when killed by guards in a violent riot at the Manus Island camp that injured 77 other asylum seekers.

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Transparency defends besieged regulator

Loi-Bakani
Loi Bakani - "The Bank of PNG disassociates itself from the statement made by FASU”

KEITH JACKSON

NOOSA – Transparency International PNG (TIPNG) has strongly supported PNG’s financial regulator after Central Bank governor dissociated his bank from action it had taken to investigate possible money laundering.

TIPNG chair Peter Aitsi called on the government and the private sector to respect the independence of the Financial Analysis and Supervision Unit (FASU).

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UBS's K210 million ‘excess’ on loan: expert

Don Polye
Then Treasurer Don Polye refused to approve the deal and was sacked by prime minister Peter O’Neill. Polye is one of the few people to emerge with honour from the scandal

ANGUS GRIGG
| Australian Financial Review | Extracts

SYDNEY - For the past four months, a royal commission into an eight-year-old deal most Australians have never heard of, in a country that rarely rates a mention, has been quietly chipping away.

Forced online by Covid-19, the inquiry into a $1.3 billion (K3.4 billion) loan extended by the Sydney office of UBS to the government of Papua New Guinea has heard from prime ministers, chief executives, a cabinet minister and top bureaucrats.

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Please care about Port Moresby lawlessness

CrimeBARBARA ANGORO
| Duresi’s Odyssey

AUCKLAND - I read with great sadness and much anger and frustration about the death of a University of PNG student who was stabbed to death because he refused to hand over his phone to thugs.

Why? Why do such people think it’s OK to go around intimidating others for stuff they want?

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Evicted sheriff died fighting for justice

Levi Kurakipa
Levi Kurakipa - a Sheriff of the Court who served Morobe Province for more than 30 years"

SCOTT WAIDE
| My Land, My Country | Edited

LAE - His voice was as dynamic as it was the first time I met him, but he had lost a lot of weight and wasn’t doing well.

Levi Kurakipa was a man my reporting team and I came across while covering the evictions of longtime National Housing Corporation tenants in Lae.

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Namatanai clans fight alleged land fraud

West coast of Namatani District (pngictmeri)
The beautiful west coast of New Ireland's Namatanai district where the Kamlapar clan is located

KEITH JACKSON

NOOSA - Landowners on the west coast of New Ireland's Namatanai district claim a US-based company is illegally selling carbon credits on the international market that have been obtained by fraud.

The Kamlapar Incorporated Land Group alleges that New Ireland Hardwood Timber (NIHT), and its PNG-registered subsidiary NI Holdings, entered their customary land without clan consent having been engaged by clan members who had no authority to deal with the company.

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Marape’s big call: I want expats in key jobs

James Marape
James Marape - "“For the first 10 or 15 years we want overseas commissioners and not Papua New Guineans"

KEITH JACKSON

NOOSA - There had been indications from Papua New Guinea’s prime minister last year of this stunning change of heart, but now the idea has expanded and shared with Australia.

In a recent meeting with Australian High Commissioner Jon Philp,  James Marape disclosed that he favoured a foreign official heading the much-awaited Independent Commission Against Corruption.

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Polye attacks men behind K3b UBS loan

Former finance minister Don Polye -
Finance minister Don Polye was sacked because he refused to sign documents to facilitate the enormous loan agreement

KEITH JACKSON

PORT MORESBY – Senior politicians and others who engineered a K3 billion loan to the Papua New Guinea government in 2014 must be held accountable, says former Treasurer Don Polye

In that year the O'Neill government decided to borrow the money, which represented 75% of the PNG budget, from the Union Bank of Switzerland (UBS).

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Our politicians are corrupt, say Australians

Political_IntegrityKEITH JACKSON

NOOSA - Papua New Guineans are not alone. More than half of Australians think corruption is commonplace amongst their politicians.

This has been revealed in an Australia Talks national survey commissioned by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in which 60,000 Australians were asked about their lives and what keeps them up at night.

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K268 heist: lawyer Greg Sheppard charged

Gregory James Sheppard
Gregory James Sheppard - charged in relation to K52 million of missing funds of K268 million

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| PNG Bulletin Online | Edited

PORT MORESBY - Members of the Special Police Forensic Criminal Investigation Team arrested prominent lawyer Gregory James Sheppard of Young & Williams Lawyers in Port Moresby last week.

Sheppard was taken to Boroko Police Station, interviewed and charged with two counts of misappropriation and another two counts of money laundering in relation to his alleged direct involvement in the transfer of funds amounting to K52 million.

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Male students turn nasty at UPNG protest

UPNG female students protest
UPNG female students protest against sexual harassment on campus (Charlie Dumavi - PNG Bulletin)

KEITH JACKSON

PORT MORESBY – A mob of angry male students has disrupted a protest and threatened women objecting to sexual harassment at the University of Papua New Guinea.

The male mob also physically harassed and abused media workers covering the event.

For many years, female students have experienced persistent sexual harassment on UPNG’s Waigani campus.

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Polye's dramatic evidence to UBS inquiry

Don-Polye
Don Polye - about to spill the beans on the K4.2 billion UBS loan

KEITH JACKSON

NOOSA - Former finance minister Don Polye has provided a stunning statement of evidence to the UBS Commission of Inquiry, now in its third year.

Led by former chief justice Sir Salamo Injia, the inquiry is investigating whether there was any corruption or impropriety in the PNG government obtaining a $1.2 billion (K4.2 billion) loan from the Union Bank of Switzerland in 2014.

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Why our national integrity is suffering

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James Marape centre stage at the Transparency International integrity summit

SCOTT WAIDE
| My Land, My Country

LAE - The head of the Papua New Guinea’s National Fraud and Anti-Corruption (NFAC) Directorate, Mathew Damaru, didn’t mince words.

Last week he told a Transparency International summit that his directorate had been starved of funding.

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PNG just can't handle high-end gambling

CasinoSCOTT WAIDE
| My Land, My Country

LAE - Opening a large casino in Port Moresby is a dangerous and destructive move. The harm it will cause will be greater on our country will be more than the good it will supposedly bring.

We don’t need that kind of development. There is a time for it, but now is not that time.

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Domestic violence justice: An insight

CourtTRACY GANAII, JUDY PUTT & SINCLAIR DINNEN
| Department of Pacific Affairs | Australian National University | Edited extracts

Link here to read the full case study brief

CANBERRA – This month, in Papua New Guinea’s national parliament, a special parliamentary committee on gender-based violence conducted public hearings and invited submissions to gain evidence on the breadth of problems and steps that could be taken to combat them.

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More than one way to defeat corruption

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David Kitchnoge - "Hold our leaders accountable by all means, but don’t unfairly bash the good guys"

DAVID KITCHNOGE
| My Land, My Country

PORT MORESBY - I am concerned about increasingly loud, twisted, short-sighted and naive views held by many people about the fight against corruption and bad practice. Some of these views may even be deliberate distractions.

It seems people think the only way to fight the scourge is to jail those who are adjudged as corrupt.

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Why our national integrity is suffering

Damaru
Mathew Damaru - the honest cop with few friends and a lot of enemies in high places

SCOTT WAIDE
| My Land, My Country

LAE - Mathew Damaru, Director of the Police National Fraud and Anti-Corruption Directorate (NFAC), didn’t mince words when he told a Transparency International PNG summit last week the directorate had been starved of funding.

From an annual budget of K1.2 million a few years ago, the directorate is now getting just K350,000 for its operations.

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Let’s talk about violence against women

Imelda Tupi (Gloria Dara)
Imelda Tupi (Gloria Dara)

MICHAEL KABUNI
| Academia Nomad | Edited

'Police have arrested a man who allegedly killed his wife, 10 years his junior. The man told police, “I killed my wife. I know I am in trouble”. Police found the body of the wife, Imelda Tupi, wrapped in blue canvas in the back of a vehicle belonging to the husband. Her father, Tupi Tiamanda, said Imelda had married a doctor' – The National

PORT MORESBY - I’m writing this from my heart… appealing to my brothers, uncles, students, male colleagues and men of Papua New Guinea to respect women, and value their lives.

I’m writing this piece after reading how a professional PNG man, a doctor, killed his wife, wrapped her in a canvas and was on his way to dump her remains when police, conducting routine checks, discovered her.

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Wisdom needs to prevail in Alotau crisis

Armed guards at Giligili jail
Armed guards at Giligili jail in Alotau. Police have foiled two escape plots by the Tommy Baker gang and have information that a third is planned (PNG Post-Courier)

SCOTT WAIDE
| My Land, My Country

An open letter to prime minister James Marape

Late yesterday the situation in Alotau was reported as stable but police were expecting another major assault on Giligili prison by the Tommy Baker gang to release 11 members facing charges of arson, piracy and armed robbery. Forty police have been deployed from Port Moresby to reinforce local personnel - KJ

LAE - Dear Prime Minister, I am writing this for your consideration so you might provide counsel and guidance to those in your charge.

The situation in Alotau is spiralling out of control. The trend is dangerous.

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Chan hit by official corruption allegations

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Sir Julius Chan - "“They can do whatever they like. I don’t have anything to hide"

KEITH JACKSON
| Source: PNG Bulletin Online

PORT MORESBY - The New Ireland governor and former Papua New Guinea prime minister Sir Julius Chan has been referred to the Ombudsman Commission, Police Fraud Squad and other official bodies for alleged official corruption.

In a joint media release, the members of parliament for Namatanai, Walter Schnaubelt, and Kavieng, Ian Ling-Stuckey, who is also PNG finance minister, said Chan, 82, had been referred by the presidents of five local level governments in the Namatanai electorate.

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After 8 years of terror, Alotau says ‘enough’

Tommy Baker
Tommy Baker has masterminded a reign of murder, robbery and intimidation in Alotau since 2013

KEITH JACKSON

NOOSA – Milne Bay is a big province with a small police force. The locals are said to be good at harbouring criminals. And the most notorious and successful of these is Tommy Maeva Baker.

Baker, who has developed expertise in guerrilla-style hit and run tactics, heads a gang of up to 100 men who engaged in murder, plunder and arson.

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Stop griping & get a grip on GBV

4 objectives of the national GBV strategy
The four objectives of the national strategy on gender-based violence

JOHN KURI

PORT MORESBY - The gender-based violence (GBV) we struggle with in Papua New Guinea is a result of many activating circumstances.

The number of cases continues to increase. Just on Sunday, two women accused of witchcraft were tortured and burnt with hot irons for hours by 20 men in Port Moresby.

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Marape promises but corruption continues

Rita Flynn Isolation Centre
Rita Flynn Isolation Centre in Port Moresby - scene of the latest rip-off by public servants raises questions about Marape's willingness to rein in corruption

EDDIE TANAGO
| Act Now!

PORT MORESBY - The latest scandal over catering services at the Rita Flynn Isolation Centre highlights the Marape government’s broken promises to break the cycle of impunity enjoyed by senior bureaucrats.

The tsunami of corruption that is drowning our nation can only be addressed through greater transparency and public accountability.

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Violence against women: an Australian failure

Women's March 4 Justice  Canberra  Monday
Women's March 4 Justice in Canberra on Monday

ALEX McINTYRE

SYDNEY - There were no mixed messages about violence against women from Australia’s former foreign minister Julie Bishop when she launched the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s gender equality and women's empowerment strategy in early 2016.

“It's insidious, it's endemic in some parts of our region and we have done a great deal to shine a light on it and to find ways that we can tackle it,” Ms Bishop unequivocally stated.

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The trials of Brian Leonard Cooper

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Sir Alan Mann, then PNG chief justice, conceded that the words attributed to Cooper were highly improbable

MICHAEL HEAD
| University of Western Sydney | Extract

SYDNEY - In January 1961, when [Brian Leonard] Cooper landed in Port Moresby for his trial, a large police contingent awaited his arrival at the airport.

Media publicity ensured that the courtroom was full of spectators.

The Crown prosecutor opened by telling the territorial Chief Justice, Alan Mann, that Cooper had demonstrated “prior motivation” to commit a criminal act.

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The interventionist powers of the PNG judiciary

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"“It is the people’s court and let them come by the hundreds if they have the right to come” - the late Justice Mari Kapi

BAL KAMA

CANBERRA - The national court of Papua New Guinea made a landmark court decision on the last Saturday of January when it ordered the Madang Provincial Government, the District Development Authority, and the Urban Local-level Government to fix the roads in Madang town.

The orders prescribed the specific financial contributions and administrative responsibilities of each level of government, including the national government, and also applied to the Madang members of parliament.

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Poor corruption ratings really cost PNG

PNG most corrupt in region
Papua New Guinea is the most corrupt country in its region - a distinction nobody can be proud of (Corruption Perceptions Index)

EDDIE TANAGO
| ACT PNG!

PORT MORESBY - Papua New Guinea’s international corruption rating has slipped a further one-point, from 28 to 27, in the latest figures released by Transparency International.

This is bad news for the economy and a sad reflection on the state of our democracy.

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Was Cannings’ Madang decision judicial overreach?

Bal Kama
Dr Bal Kama clarifies the unusual role accorded to PNG judges by the national Constitution

BAL KAMA
| Your Daily Press | Edited

CANBERRA - There are concerns about Justice David Cannings’ orders late last week for the Madang Provincial Administration and Madang District Development Authority to fix the roads in Madang.

Many say Cannings overstepped his role as a judge. But is that so? Arguably, the brief answer is ‘no’, based on the Papua New Guinea Constitution.

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What does it take to be a police chief?

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Police Commissioner David Manning - what's more important, a degree or a track record as an effective police officer?

BRYAN KRAMER MP
| The Kramer Report | Edited

PORT MORESBY – I wrote a week or so ago that I would make a submission to National Executive Council (NEC) to amend the Public Service regulation to no longer require the Commissioner of Police to hold a tertiary degree.

This announcement prompted a number of readers to suggest this would be an act nepotism, corruption and self-interest.

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Fat cat probe saluted, with a warning

Entrance to Bomana prison
Entrance to Bomana prison - Act Now! hopes that corrupt public servants will be passing through these gates

EDDIE TANAGO

PORT MORESBY – Papua New Guinea community advocacy group Act Now! has cautiously welcomed the Marape government's decision to investigate public servants who are living extravagant lifestyles beyond what they should be able to afford on their salaries.

But Act Now! has warned the prime minister he will be judged on results rather than promises.

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No degree – so police commissioner removed

David Manning on the job. So what's better - a commissioner who you know can do the job or a bloke with a university degree?
David Manning at work. So what's better - a person you know can do the job effectively or an unknown quantity with a university degree?

BRYAN KRAMER MP
| The Kramer Report

PORT MORESBY – On Friday afternoon, the Papua New Guinea national court handed down its decision on judicial review proceedings filed by Sylvester Kalaut and Fred Yakasa challenging police commissioner David Manning’s appointment by the National Executive Council in December 2019.

Kalaut and Yakasa challenged Manning's appointment on seven grounds. Justice Cannings dismissed six of the seven but upheld one - that Manning’s appointment by NEC breached procedures as he did not meet the minimum requirements to be selected to lead the police department.

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Living with crime & violence in PNG

Crime constrains investment and growth  and the costs ripple throughout society (World Bank)
Crime constrains investment and growth and the costs ripple throughout society (World Bank)

LAURA KEENAN
| World Bank Blogs | Edited

SYDNEY -Last month I was interviewing participants in the World Bank’s urban youth employment project in Port Moresby, talking about the challenges that Papua New Guinea’s young people face in finding work.

One issue that came up repeatedly was mobility – or the lack of it: the ability to travel safely to and from the workplace.

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Woman charged over huge Daru heist

David Manning
David Manning (centre) took personal control of the investigation into the huge misappropriation

KEITH JACKSON

NOOSA – Papua New Guinea’s police commissioner David Manning has disclosed that a woman has been arrested after the discovery of a K268 million theft in Western Province.

The defendant, Edna Oai, 45, was flown to Port Moresby from Daru last Monday and formally charged with 15 counts of false pretence, conspiracy and misappropriation.

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