People at work: a slice of Papua New Guinea life

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PNG Now photographers Dean Arek and Godfreeman Kaptigua roamed the capital city of Papua New Guinea recently and found a dedicated workforce. The common story of the people photographed and interviewed is that they love their jobs.

Sweet treats to remember: a cake walk in Lae

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Whether you are eating cake to celebrate a birthday or simply to indulge, chances are you’ll find a sweet treat in Lae to satisfy your taste-buds. Lae artisans are producing some of the best cakes in the nation. Here are three places to go if you want your cake and to eat it too.

Review: Daikoku, Harbourside, Port Moresby

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Daikoku, the Port Moresby institution, has opened its doors in the Steamships Building at Harbourside and it promises not to disappoint.

A getaway to remember: Rondon Ridge Lodge

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Want to feel like a rockstar? Spend a few day where Hollywood’s royalty has stayed and enjoy the views, the walks and the delicious food Mount Hagen has to offer.

Review: Mumu Restaurant, Port Moresby

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To Papua New Guineans, the mumu is defined as ‘pit cooking’; to Hilton Port Moresby Executive Chef Neil Abrahams, the social aspect of the mumu is a key part of this style of eating and the inspiration behind the hotel’s Mumu Restaurant.

Seven questions for Dulciana Somare-Brash, Public Policy and Political Advisor in Papua New Guinea

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Dulciana Somare-Brash is a Political Advisor to the PNG Ministry of National Planning and Monitoring and the United Labor Party. If her maiden name sounds familiar, that is because she is the daughter of Papua New Guinea’s founding father, Michael Somare, and Lady Veronica Somare. 

‘PNG Now’: a new magazine for Papua New Guinea launches

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This week sees the launch of PNG Now, a bold new lifestyle magazine for Papua New Guinea.