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Bruce Davis
Australian High Commission in Papua New Guinea. For consular assistance call (675) 7090 0100 in PNG or 1300 555 135 from Australia.
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Bruce Davis May 21
Honoured to receive at the High Commission yesterday to pass on condolences to Australia following the passing of former Prime Minister, Bob Hawke. The Prime Minister said Mr Hawke was a great friend of PNG. The condolence book will remain open until 3pm Tues 28 May.
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Bruce Davis May 19
In memory of the late Robert James Lee Hawke (Bob Hawke), 23rd Prime Minister of Australia, the Australian High Commission in Port Moresby will open a condolence book. Anyone wishing to sign can come between 10am–3pm on Tues 21 May or 9am–3pm on Wed 22 May - Fri 24 May.
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Bruce Davis May 16
The ‘Stigma Kills – Love Heals’ documentary premieres on NBC TV on 19 May at 7 pm. Encouraging you all to watch this film, which aims to raise awareness on issues affecting hearing-impaired people in PNG. It was supported through the & LightForTheWorld-Austria.
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Bruce Davis May 16
Great privilege and honour to meet descendants & families of the 55/53 Australian Infantry Battalion ‘Mice of Moresby’ at commemorative service at Sananda, Oro Province, & unveil a plaque in memory of those who served
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Bruce Davis May 16
Aussies in Port Moresby, the Australian federal election is tomorrow. Come see us between 9am – 4pm at the Australian High Commission to cast your vote. While you’re here, buy a to support RSPCA .
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Bruce Davis May 13
Thank you to nurses like Flora who play an important role in reducing mortality by educating men and women about options at the new clinic in .
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Bruce Davis May 9
Congratulations to Ashan Numa, new Provincial Administrator of Milne Bay, formerly of the High Commission. His enthusiasm, commitment & professionalism will be missed but will serve him well in this role! Looking forward to working together to continue building
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Bruce Davis Apr 24
Today we remember those who served & lost their lives in war & active service, especially in our nearest neighbour, PNG. Hundreds of people attended the moving Dawn Service at Bomana War Cemetery, site of more Australian war graves than anywhere in the world.
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Bruce Davis Apr 17
public servants recently completed the Precinct’s Ethical Leadership in Decision Making short course in Port Moresby. They join Siling Awasa and more than 100 participants who have completed the program.
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Bruce Davis Apr 15
is committed to supporting leaders who can develop teams to deliver quality public services Last month 22 senior public servants completed executive training through the Precinct partnership between Department of Personnel Management and
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Bruce Davis Apr 12
Fantastic to join Governor Chan, , Governors and Ministers to be part of the carnival atmosphere in New Ireland province celebrating the launch of the 256km Boluminski Highway. A great demonstration of direct impacts for the people through the .
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Bruce Davis Apr 11
Exciting to discuss PNG’s infrastructure needs with Minister Duma and 🇺🇸, 🇯🇵 & 🇳🇿. Australia and partners are following through on Leaders’ APEC commitments and supporting electrification in PNG.
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Bruce Davis Apr 8
The economy can expect a boost with 188 women and men graduating today with stronger skills and renewed confidence gained from the through the
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Bruce Davis Apr 8
On , the acknowledges the commitment of workers like Tag Damelong and Miriam Ase who are on the frontline of the response in .
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Bruce Davis Apr 6
Great to be in Wapanamanda with to launch the Tsak Valley electrification project. It will connect 30,000 to the grid. It will drive prosperity, education and women's empowerment. Being delivered under PNG's leadership through the Electrification Project 🇦🇺🇵🇬
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Bruce Davis Apr 4
is proud to join and in supporting refresher training at ’s School of and Health Sciences for over 30 worker trainers from across the country
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Bruce Davis Mar 31
Aussies and Papua New Guineans love their footy, and so do the PNG Fellows. Here they are with great, prior to the match last Thursday night.
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Bruce Davis Mar 31
Happy to join -Petrus-Thomas and key partners and to launch the Provincial rollout of the Saving Lives, Spreading Smiles’ project in Koroba-Kopiago for Hela. supporting improve and child
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Bruce Davis Mar 28
PNG in the house! The PNG Fellows enjoyed their visit to and the opportunity to highlight the importance of ensuring women have a voice in politics, policy making and economic development 🙋🏾
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Bruce Davis Mar 27
Good to hear valuable discussions on the role of churches in peace building and basic service delivery to rural communities at the Partnership Program forum in Lae.
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