Papua New Guinea Immigration and Citizenship Service Authority has informed the General Public that the former Papua New Guinea citizens who are now citizens of a foreign country and over the age of 18 and are still holding on to a PNG Passport must immediately surrender their PNG passports.

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Visit by PNG Mapping Bureau Team, Department of Lands and Physical Planning, 27 April 2016.


"Ambassador’s Dig 2016” with Habitat for Humanity Indonesia foto gallery.


Prime Minister Peter O’Neill today praised the International Monetary Fund for presenting a frank assessment of the PNG economy.

A recent IMF report published in the media commended the government for achieving impressive economic growth in recent years.

The IMF projected economic growth for PNG to be robust in 2016, but warns of challenges posed by the sharp drop in commodity prices.

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