Showing posts from March, 2015

Missing person alert – Cecelia “C-Jay Sisco” Sawang

Ms Cecelia Sawang has been reported missing since Friday, according to a plea posted by her parents on Facebook for any assistance in locating her.

According to the post she left her home around Friday 11am (March 27) and has not returned since. However, they received a text from her around 10pm that day saying that she was at a birthday party at Manu and would return on Saturday.

Her phone is off and her parents are unable to contact her. They have also indicated that she is not at her boyfriend’s.

Cecelia is currently a student at TAFE and her parents are very concerned.

Ms Sawang's mother has also received unverified leads that her daughter may have been abducted by an ex boyfriend and held captive somewhere at ATS.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of this young girl then please contact her parents on 73929898.

XV Pacific Games Tickets to Go On Sale Tomorrow

Tickets to the largest sporting event in the South Pacific, the Pacific Games, will go on sale tomorrow (Friday, March 26, 2015) according to Ticketing Manager, Tasman Samuel.

In an email to the Games Organizing Committee (GOC), Mr Samuel said tickets would go on sale at Bank South Pacific (BSP) select outlets in Port Moresby and around the country.

Port Moresby BSP outlets are BSP Town, Harbour City, Waterfront Kiosk, Boroko, BSP Waigani Drive, BSP Waigani Banking Centre and Vision City Kiosk. Meanwhile, not all country branches will be selling tickets.

Games tickets can be purchased from these BSP outlets BSP Lae Top Town and Market, Mt. Hagen, Goroka, Wewak, Madang, Alotau, Buka, Kokopo and Kimbe.

There are 3 types of packages ranging from K20 to K5,000, and single tickets between K10 and K20 depending on the sporting code and venue.

Also circulated was a Ticket Purchase Guide and Order form (click links to download).

For more information, call the 2015 Pacific Games hotline on (+…

CPTA no longer accepting cash payments

The Central Province Transport Authority (CPTA) is no longer accepting cash payments for vehicle registration and third party insurance.

According to the Manager for Vehicle Registration and Licensing, Bernadette Gulaga, the body will only accept EPTOS, bank cheque and companies on the Motor Vehicles Insurance Limited (MVIL) credit listing.

“Due to circumstances beyond our control, we regret to advise that CPTA will no longer accept cash payments for Vehicle Registration & Third Party Insurance as started today 23rd March, 2015. Only Eftpos, bank cheques & companies on MVIL credit listing will be accepted. This includes payments for replacement of certificates or labels, change of number plates and change of ownership on current Compulsory Third Party policies.”
She also stated that all cheque payment should be made out to MVIL and not the CPTA.

Further information can be obtained by calling 311 2379.