Papua New Guinea companies and products on show at the World Expo

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Papua New Guinea is getting ready to showcase some of its sweetest produce in the 2020 World Expo.

Airways Residencies: development takes shape in Papua New Guinea

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A spacious new gated garden estate with one-, two- and three- bedroom luxury apartments is taking shape in Port Moresby.

Rents take a tumble in Papua New Guinea’s capital, Port Moresby

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The exodus of expats from Papua New Guinea due to COVID-19 has had a dramatic effect on the country’s real estate sector. Robert Upe reports.

Tourism in Papua New Guinea: waiting for the tide to turn

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The COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a damaging blow to Papua New Guinea’s tourism industry, but companies are using the downtime to rethink their operations. Robert Upe reports.

Review: Deli KC at Port Moresby’s Airways Hotel

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Deli KC has become a high point in the Port Moresby’s dining landscape, a favourite meeting place for coffee, light snacks and Italian classics. PNG Now’s Editor Robert Upe tells you why.

Air Niugini looks to gradually expand international services

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With its domestic services in Papua New Guinea close to pre-COVID levels, national carrier Air Niugini is now looking to increase its international services, as it continues to provide an international economic lifeline for the country.

Review: Deli KC, Airways Hotel

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Robert Upe reviews one of Port Moresby’s most popular upmarket hang-outs: Deli KC at Airways Hotel.

The ultimate Papua New Guinea travel list

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Travel may not be possible during Papua New Guinea’s state of emergency, however there’s no harm in dreaming. Here are 10 activities to plan for.

Discover Papua New Guinea’s National Museum & Art Gallery

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Papua New Guinea’s capital city, Port Moresby, has a handsome art gallery and museum that is worth checking out in your next visit to PNG.

Turbulent times: Papua New Guinea’s airlines rise to the challenge

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In spite of the International Air Transport Association reporting global losses for the airline industry up to US$314 billion (K1086 billion), Papua New Guinea’s carriers are keeping essential services going under the toughest business conditions.