Home Elections Images: A day in the life of polling in Port Moresby ElectionsGalleryPacific ReportPapua New GuineaPolitics Images: A day in the life of polling in Port Moresby By PMC Editor - July 1, 2017 167 0 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk One of our University of Papua New Guinea citizen journalists has been on the ground photographing polling around Port Moresby – the National Capital District. Here are some of the pictures. More PNG election stories Voting in Port Moresby 1 of 8 1. Students at the University of Papua New Guinea question the shortage of ballot papers. Image: Citizen Journalist/PMC 2. Annoyed UPNG students unhappy about being unable to vote. Image: Citizen Journalist/PMC 3. UPNG students getting angry with electoral officials over their denied right to vote. Image: Citizen Journalist/PMC 4. Empty polling booth at Fort Banner, an accommodation area at UPNG. Image: Citizen Journalist/PMC 5. Election crowd at Hohola in the National Capital District. Image: Citizen Journalist/PMC 6. Waiting to vote at Hohola, NCD. Image: Citizen Journalist/PMC 7. Voting at Kanudi, NCD. Image: Citizen Journalist/PMC 8. The last vote in one-day polling ... in Kanudi, NCD. Image: Citizen Journalist/PMC RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Elections West Papuan boycott of Indonesian election successful, says campaign Asia Report Jokowi wins second term in Indonesia, CSIS-Cyrus quick count shows Education AUT communication studies awards – the full 2018 list NO COMMENTS - APR Promo -FOLLOW APR/PMC4,117FansLike200FollowersFollow0FollowersFollow539SubscribersSubscribe BEARING WITNESS Bearing Witness Fiji to set up relocation trust fund for villages hit by... Bearing Witness Banabans climate change student documentary chosen for third festival Bearing Witness Banabans of Rabi student doco given Tongan film festival premiere Bearing Witness Banabans of Rabi short climate change documentary chosen for Nuku’alofa Bearing Witness Pacific storytelling with a focus on the ignored and ‘untold’ issues Bearing Witness Reviving the ‘lost skills’ of traditional waka Pacific voyaging Tweets by @pacmedcentre APJS NEWSFILE APJS newsfile While PNG promotes APEC big money, youth are building grassroots resilience APJS newsfile 40 luxury Maseratis for PNG, but little effort put into climate... APJS newsfile Tukuitonga goes into battle on behalf of Pacific for WHO position APJS newsfile Memo NZ: ‘Get on the right side of history’ over West... POPULAR POSTS Human Rights TAPOL and ETAN seek judicial review of 1969 ‘self-determination’ Papua vote Education Pasifika and diversity strong ‘winners’ at AUT media awards night Business Fiji opposition seeks Malolo damage probe, criticises local media Analysis Indonesia’s political system has ‘failed’ its minorities – like West Papuans EDITOR'S PICKS Analysis Indonesia’s political system has ‘failed’ its minorities – like West Papuans Editor's Picks Utu actor Zac Wallace – ‘born a leader and a fighter... Editor's Picks Ramzy Baroud: Can Christchurch heal our collective wounds? Analysis Michael Andrew: How journalists can improve diversity in our media Load more MOST COMMENTS Australia Still stealing the generations – the abduction of Indigenous Australian children... Global Deported Freedom Flotilla activist Mike Treen arrives back in NZ Editor's Picks AUT Pacific Media Centre launches AsiaPacificReport.nz news website Media Samoan police arrest anti-government blogger ‘King Faipopo’ – freed on bail - Partner Groups -GLOBAL REPORTAGE Culture New book boosts diversity, cultural consciousness in NZ film making Education Times global university sustainability index ranks ‘creative’ AUT 16th Crime Thousands in NZ don’t believe official Christchurch terror attacks story Editor's Picks Ramzy Baroud: Can Christchurch heal our collective wounds?