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Subject: Korimbao makes the news as Editor-in-Chief

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Date Posted: Fri, Apr 13 2007, 11:55:08am

Good to see another Engan elevated - in the media industry this time.



Korimbao makes the news as Editor-in-Chief

PACIFIC Star Ltd has appointed a pioneer staff member as Editor-in-Chief of its The National newspaper.
Daniel Korimbao, who is from Enga, is the newspaper’s third national Editor-in-Chief after Frank Kolma and Yehiura Hriehwazi.

He joined the newspaper in the early 1990s, covering courts and politics, before becoming political adviser to the late Sir William Skate and returned to The National.

A graduate of the University of PNG, Mr Korimbao also had a short spell at the Post-Courier before joining The National.
He recently undertook a senior editor’s course in the US.
At the backend, former national sportsman Jack Metta, from Savaiviri village, Gulf province, has been promoted to Chief Sub-Editor, Henry Morabang is the Sports Editor, while Christine Pakakota remains as News Editor.

Mr Hriehwazi has been re-designated regional manager in charge of the company’s new office and printing plant in Lae to cater for the increasing circulation nation-wide.
The plant now prints newspapers for distribution in Morobe, Mamose, Highlands and the Islands.
The board has also appointed SF Yong as Executive Director and Andy Ng as General Manager. The National opened a new office in Wewak recently with Madang to follow.


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Date Posted: Sat, Apr 14 2007, 08:26:30am

Congrats, Mr Korimbao. You have made Enga proud.

Getting promoted in the private sector is purely based on merits, shear hardwork and getting recognised especially by management when due, is really a milestone. Celebrate, enjoy it.

We even go to the extend of carrying briefcases or cleaning shits for the ministers when it comes to getting promoted in the public sector?

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