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See something, say something

Port Moresby: Port Moresby: Since the establishment of Papua New Guinea’s Whistleblower Act in 2020, young people are now making a genuine call to people of good will serving in the workforce to speak up and report suspicious instances of malpractice and corruption.


ICAC Fundamental to PNG's Prosperity

Port Moresby: The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has been described as fundamental to Papua New Guinea regaining its once renowned honour for being a country of peace and prosperity.

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Be Responsible when using Social Media

Port Moresby: Young people and adults have been urged to be responsible when using Social Media through the application of their common sense.
This inherent truth was left by students from Caritas Technical Secondary School, Boroko, during their conversation of the topic ‘Social Media and its impact on Young People’ on the Chat Room program of Wednesday 14th July 2021.

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Positive Attitude key to overcoming Unemploymnent

Port Moresby: Start being creative and always try to maintain a positive attitude even though finding employment might at first seem daunting and way out of reach.
These were the encouraging words of five Grade-11 students of Don Bosco Technical Secondary School, on Wednesday 7th July 2021, during their talk on Chat Room regarding the issue of ‘Graduating but not being able to work’.

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Journalists unite for Women in Journalism

Port Moresby: On behalf of all female folk around the country engaged in the challenging field of Journalism, brave female journalists came together to show their solidarity for the cause as they pushed for recognition of the crucial role they play in society.

The four Journalists went for the Chat Room’s 5th session on Wednesday 30th June 2021, to discuss the topic of ‘Women in Journalism’.

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Students demand more Freedom to Express

Port Moresby: Four students from De La Salle Secondary School Bomana, came together in an effort to demand a wider scope for them to openly express themselves about pressing matters affecting society. 


The Grade-11 male students appeared on the Chat Room program of Wednesday 23rd June 2021, to discuss the issue of ‘Young People and their Right to Freedom of Expression.’

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Sharing Good News to INSPIRE

Port Moresby: With the rapid development in modern technology, young people have been urged to start using technology to share good and positive information that is intended to inspire.

These words of advice were given by Grade-10 students from Limana Vocational Training Centre during the Chat Room on Wednesday 16th June 2021, at the NBC TV Studio.

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Students take on 'Declaration of PNG as a Christian Country'

Port Moresby: The imposed declaration of Papua New Guinea as a Christian country by Prime Minister James Marape in 2020 has caused much controversy but the issue has to be placed in a broader perspective and viewed from different angles.

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ChatRoom highlights Environmentally Discplaced People

Port Moresby: The Chatroom, a program for young people organized by the Catholic Bishops Conference (CBC) and the National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) kicked-off to a fantastic hype as it brought on stage for its first show for 2021, four vibrant young individuals to tackle the issue of Environmentally Displaced People.

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