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ISSUE #27 Now Available

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Papua New Guinea's top-selling magazine for women features profiles on the country's most inspiring female role-models, from boardroom leaders and creative thinkers to the smallest start-ups with little more than a great idea and lots of get-up-and-go!

With 70+ pages in every issue. Lily's content also includes the latest fashion looks, competition winners, health and beauty tips, serious topics of concern to everyday women, business, sport, food, travel, music, and much more...

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Elizabeth Larson, Missionary, Ukarumpa, Eastern Highlands & Oregon, USA

I'm glad to be able to access Lily wherever I am – buying online is a good way to stay a little more connected to PNG, especially while we are in the US, and it's encouraging to see such important and relevant articles, such as GBV and profiling PNG women in business.


Alcinda Trawen, United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) Support Office for Asia & the Pacific, Nara, Japan

Since moving to Japan for work in 2019 I've missed reading Lily so when I saw it was online I obviously jumped at the chance to purchase the previous issues I've missed out on. The layout was super easy to read online, with the beautiful photographs and colour layout as vibrant as ever. The purchasing process as well was super efficient and instantaneous.

Kudos Team Lily Magazine!


Klare KuOlga, Singer-Songwriter-Music Teacher, Cairns, Australia

Buying Lily online was so wonderful, especially at this challenging time with the pandemic. My purchase made me feel instantly connected back home to PNG and our beautiful people and cultures. As a woman and of PNG heritage I am motivated to buy your magazine as I want to learn what my sisters are achieving and also to hear their struggles and personal journeys.


Lily Magazine is the first type of PNG magazine I have come across and I was excited to see PNG fashions and all the featured stories. 


In a remote school like mine, it is very difficult to obtain information about what is happening around the country. However, I was heartbroken when I came to read the article in issue 20 (2019) titled, “Ending the Witch-Hunts”. I had tears, I mean I was literally crying when I read about how a woman was tortured and raped with hot iron bars in a Highlands village in December, 2017, and it got me thinking: Why would humans be so cruel and inhuman? 


That article has taught me that some of the perceptions and traditional beliefs and values must change, as well as people’s ways of thinking. Thank you Lily!



Keturah Jovowi,

Grade 9

In the press

Thank you to students from Polmalmal High School (Assembly of God) at Yangoru, about two hours inland from Wewak in East Sepik, who wrote in about what they have been reading in Lily since their teacher Deborah Marai introduced them to a collection of back issues in September 2020.


Here are some of their wonderful letters!

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