Australian Labour Party leaders visit PAU

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National Capital District, Papua New Guinea

Australian Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, some of his ALP colleagues and Australian High Commission officials visited Pacific Adventist University (PAU) on November 1.

We praise God for the witnessing opportunities He provides us.

Mr Shorten, his deputy Tanya Plibersek and ALP immigration spokesman Richard Marles addressed the nursing students during their visit, and also inspected the campus buildings that were funded by the Australian Government.

PAU vice chancellor Professor Ben Thomas presented the visitors with information about the university, current initiatives and partnerships with Australian institutions.

ALP leader Bill Shorten and deputy leader Tanya Plibersek shake hands with PAU staff members.

“We praise God for the witnessing opportunities He provides us,” said PAU Administration, Planning and Policy director Roxy Steljic.