In brief: Papua New Guinea Power fast-tracks extra machines to stabilise power in Port Moresby, and other business stories

Port Moresby load shedding after shortfall in generation capacity, NRL rights deal kicks Telikom’s purchase of EMTV into touch, Eastern Highlands coffee producers may switch to robusta. Your weekly digest of the latest business news.

In brief: Treasury to review 2015 Papua New Guinea Budget, and other business stories

Falling commodity prices and rating outlook drop prompts Budget review, O’Neill supports Madang marine zone and new police chief to boost numbers in Port Moresby. Your weekly digest of the latest business news.

Papua New Guinea bucket list: Madang Resort

Sonja Heydeman discovers Madang Resort on the northern coast of mainland Papua New Guinea, as part of our series on the country’s most attractive tourist spots.

Upturn forecast in Papua New Guinea domestic tourism

The Australia/New Zealand representative for PNG’s Tourism Promotion Authority predicts strong growth in domestic tourism, anticipating a drop in travel costs and increased marketing of PNG’s natural scenic spots. Sonja Heydemann reports.

Madang Resort Hotel

It’s no surprise to discover that the Madang Resort Hotel is Papua New Guinea’s oldest because that explains how it came to secure such a spectacular location. The 15-acre site, replete with orchid gardens and indigenous wildlife, has absolute water frontage onto Dallman Passage, beautiful Madang Harbour and Yamilon Lagoon. Guests in the executive suites […]