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PNG Today is a Government monthly newsletter for public circulation. It seeks to educate and inform the public regarding important development events, stories and news.

Our Vision | PM’s Desk editorial | Highlights of 2013 | More Universities needed | NRA takes on major highways | Free Maternal Care | Rebuilding our nation’s pride | PomGen to invest in new equipment | Lae City – Economic hub of PNG | Free Education attracting more children to classrooms 

O’Neill reforming PNG | PM’s desk | Enga – Road to prosperity | 300km of roads upgraded | Angau Hospital gets facelift | Growth in fisheries sector | Govt recognizes village magistrates and councillors | School enrollment up 87% | Israeli Govt to help train young PNGans

New sports facilities for PNG | More girls attending schools nationwide | K9m for Maprik Hospital redevelopment | PM and Grand Chief Sir Michael make peace | K6m for Hayfield Airport development project | Corruption is bad for progress

PNG celebrates first LNG export | PM’s Desk | Govt embarks on major housing program for district | EHP woman into trucking business | Oro Bay port rehabilitation project launched | Kikori receives funding for more infrastructure | Alotau Wharf proving to be an asset 

K90m Ilimo Dairy Farm | Bisini Master Plan | PM’s Desk | Dawn of a new cruise tourism era for PNG | Markham to become ‘food bowl’ of PNG | Govt committed to Lae City road upgrade

New housing scheme to help millions of ordinary Papua New Guineans | Konebada Park to host multi-million kina petrochemical plant | Reviving of rural airstrips a must

Gas to lift city supply | Abau District undergoing facelift | Juli and Sharon in flori-culture business | Regional processing centre making a difference | K49m wharf for Kimbe | Nadzab to become alternate airport for international airlines

Govt helps inmates rebuild lives | PNG LNG to weather oil storm | Powerful women speak out on violence | National Identity Project launched | Enga to get new hospital | Telefomin’s vital lifeline | Kairuku district administration gets much-needed funding