Crawford school opens doors for PNG PS

The Papua New Guinea Government is encouraging its Public Servants to study in Australia to learn best practices they can then bring back to their workplaces. The campaign aims...

Hong Kong missionary dentist treats broken jaws and broken lives in Papua New Guinea

High-flier Sheena Li, who grew up in city’s North Point neighbourhood before family moved to Canada, shuns wealth and prestige to make a difference among the world’s...

Online learning kicking off in PNG

A new online secondary school and study centre established in Papua New Guinea last year is now enrolling students from around the country and overseas. The centre's chairman...

BSP refurbishes Mendi Callan Centre

Port Moresby, Friday 8th December, 2017 | Callan Early Interventions School in Kagua, Mendi, welcomed a refurbished double classroom and teachers’ office on Thursday 7th December, 2017,...

8000 Students Undertake Basic Financial Literacy Training

Bank South Pacific (BSP) through its banking education program has reached and delivered financial literacy training to over 21, 000 participants in 2017. Out of total participants, 8000...

Taurama Pre-School gets facelift

WEDNESDAY 19th JULY, 2017| Pre-Schoolers at the Taurama Barracks will now have a clean, friendly learning environment, thanks to Bank South Pacific (BSP) who renovated their two...

Honouring Pasifika’s feminists: Dr. Teresia Teaiwa

By Pauline Mago-King The walk to equality is a grueling path that many women know too well in the Pacific. Yet in the midst of all the unsettling...

Women in STEM inspires with Hidden Figures and an astronaut-to-be

What a fantastic evening it was at Paradise Cinema, Vision City. Thanks to PNG WiSTEM (which stands for Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) we were invited...

From Christmas Shopping to Stationery Shopping

After a very busy Christmas and New Year's period, one would think that January is a time to relax the wallet. Unfortunately, that is not the case....

Improving Papua New Guinea’s literacy rate is our responsibility too

As you are aware there are hardly any functioning public libraries or book shops in Papua New Guinea.  The lack of these libraries and book shops make...
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  BSP PNG | BSP would like to confirm that a BSP ATM in Hagita, Milne Bay Province, was ransacked in the early hours of...