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Adventist women assist fire survivors

Adventist Community Services volunteers offered food and other emergency supplies to survivors of a fire that destroyed 15 homes in Hanuabada village, Port Moresby, and damaged 12, leaving nearly 150 people homeless.

Eastern Highlands Simbu CFO Joshua Wambillie laid to rest

The chief financial officer of the Adventist Church in the Eastern Highlands Simbu region, PNG, Mr Joshua Wambillie, died after suffering a cardiac arrest on June 23.

New Adventist high school for Western Highlands

The Pukamil community in Jiwaka Province, Papua New Guinea, has given a large portion of land to the Seventh-day Adventist Church for the establishment of a new high school.

More than plumbing: Health and safety concerns drive fundraising effort

A team of Aussies and Kiwis plans to deliver TTT—Taps, Toilets and Transformation—for students at Gabensis Adventist Primary School.

PNG Adventists mourn Mary Soga

After a three-month illness, the Eastern Highlands Simbu Mission women's and children's ministry director died of a tuberculosis-related infection on Monday evening.

Wrongs confessed as school reopens in Kainantu

A special confession and reconciliation program was arranged by Pastor Solomon Sanu, during which representatives of a breakaway group handed back the school keys to Adventist leaders.

Company employees welcome Hope Channel

Employees of Papua New Guinea’s largest palm oil producer are responding positively to the addition of Hope Channel on their internal company TV network.

Return to Gomlongon Village

A keen group of Lae city Adventists confronts the reality of remote mission work on a trip to Umboi Island filled with unexpected challenges and blessings.

New vice-chancellor appointed to Pacific Adventist University

The president of an Adventist university in Mexico, Raul Lozano, has accepted the call to head up Pacific Adventist University on the outskirts of Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea.

PAU ready to share the ‘good oil’

Used cooking oil from restaurants, caterers and food providers in Port Moresby is to be recycled into biodiesel under an agreement with the Biofuel Research & Development project at Pacific Adventist University (PAU).
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