Four major drains recommended over 20 years ago, will be finally constructed in the near future in NCDC to ease the problem of flooding on the city’s roads.
According to NCDC engineers, the first drain will run from Port Moresby International High School through Bisini Parade and to Boroko Market. Another will run from Westpac Waigani branch through Theodist to Unagi Oval, A third from Hohola’s Lareva Market to Holiday Inn and the fourth will run from June Valley through Tokarara and to Morata.
Ela Motors began operating 50 years ago on the 9th February 1963 in Papua New Guinea. The company has developed a proud history, supplying automotive products to the PNG community and businesses. A summarised history of Ela Motors is provided below:
Regardless of which direction the war of the sexes is leaning, one thing is certain: A gender gap still exists between women and men when it comes to buying a new car.
According to the third annual gender and car buying study by TrueCar.com, the brand with the highest percentage of retail sales to women in 2011 continues to be Mini (46.2 percent), followed by Nissan(45.7 percent), and Kia (45.6 percent) compared to 2010 when Mini (47.9 percent) came in first, followed by Kia and Honda respectively (46.8 percent and 46.0 percent). On the flip side, 13 of the top 20 brands in 2011 with the highest percentage of male buyers were either exotic or luxury brands.
While the stereotype for men and women in relationships tells us that men lead with their head and women with their hearts, the opposite can be said of their decision-making at the car dealership. According to the results, female car buyers really gravitated toward practical cars; smaller, more fuel-efficient cars while it was male buyers, who preferred either a fast, sporty vehicle or more heavy-duty vehicle, like a large truck or SUV, basing their decision more on aesthetics than substance. So what new cars are women buying? Let's take a look!