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Trinity FM, Catholic Radio Station of Papua New Guinea Celebrates 4th Anniversary
Mt Hagen, March 7, 2007 (Lavina Pius ) - Trinity FM 98.1 has celebrated its 4th anniversary on Wednesday 7th of March at Rebiamul in Mt Hagen, Papua New Guinea. It is the Catholic Radio Station of the Archdiocese of Mt.Hagen in PNG. The celebrations saw a small crowd that witnessed the event which coincided with the catholic radio station’s fundraising program.
Director of the radio station, Fr Victor Roche, announced that Trinity FM has seen a lot of changes within the last 12 months. Fr Victor Roche outlined the changes as live transmission of programs, the increase in number of staff, and better programs.
With the ongoing fundraising program, there are plans to further develop and improve the station.
In the last Catholic Bishops conference, there were plans to take on a recently established Radio Maria. Trinity FM will plans to relay some programs from Radio Maria and also relay news from BBC. There are plans for setting up more repeater stations and installing broadband.
On the same day, prizes were given to listeners of Trinity FM in the following categories - most frequent caller, regular writer and faithful producers. Also present at the celebrations were Mr. Nathan Wantepe, the Provincial minister of finance, board members of Trinity FM, local leaders and businessmen.
The archbishop of Mt Hagen, Bishop Douglas Young, in his speech said “the vision of the archdiocese is to make all Catholics part of the body of Christ. The Radio Station of the catholic archdiocese of Mt Hagen aims to strengthen and unite all Catholics in the province”.
The provincial finance minister, also the council president for Mul Baiyer, Nathan Wantepe, said “Three vital components of a good society are Government, Business and Churches. These three groups are important for development in the province. It is essential that the three work together”.