PNG Now August 2021 issue is now out


Welcome to the fifth edition of Papua New Guinea’s leading lifestyle magazine, PNG Now, which celebrates the best of PNG and its people.

Creativity comes in many guises, so never think you’re not a creative person.

  • Gerard Ivalaoa wanted to write a book but didn’t own a typewriter or computer. His solution? To type all 85,000-plus words of it into his mobile phone.
  • Musician Gari Guru from Tubusereia in Central Province had no idea he could be an artist when he first started writing songs at school, and now he’s launching a music career in Australia.
  • Abus na Kumu founder Richard Mark turning his passion for cooking into a food-on-demand business.
  • Chef De’Bono Paraka is taking traditional Japanese sushi and giving it a PNG spin.

Money & Business section

  • The benefits of superannuation and how it works
  • PNG chocolate to be shown off at World Expo in Dubai
  • PNG business news at a glance
  • At work with chef Molly Vaieke

Other highlights

  • People – Raynon Palmer’s mission again gender-based violence
  • Sport – PNG’s best sports people recognised with SP’s sports awards, and PNG’s quest to play in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup
  • Up for the fight – the star lawyer sticking up for West Papua

Where to find your free copy of PNG Now

PNG Now has extensive distribution in cafes, hotels and other social hubs. In Port Moresby this includes Duffy outlets, Airways Hotel, The Hilton and The Stanley (cafes); Port Moresby Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and CHM at Vision City. You can also pick up a copy whilst browsing arts and crafts at the city’s most popular markets – the Pom City Market and Harbourside Night Market.

In Lae, options include the Lae Chamber of Commerce and the Lae International Hotel.

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