Miss Eva Ani became the first holder of the Miss Papua New Guinea title. She
went on to win the "Miss Asia" title in 1975.
Miss Eau Suve who was the second Miss Papua New Guinea
and she won the "Best Traditional Dress" Award at the "Miss Asia" in 1975.
Miss Sayah Karukuru won the title and went on to have a busy career as a travel
Miss Angeline Tukana was crowned Miss Papua New Guinea 1978 that year.
Miss Milly Misbut was crowned Miss Papua New Guinea in 1979. She has a career in the travel industry working with Air Niugini.
Miss Papua New Guinea
for the year was Mispah Alwyn. She also embarked on a career in the travel industry, and is a senior consultant with British
Miss Jennifer Abaijah was the Miss Papua New Guinea and is with Air Niugini.
Miss Moi Eli, sponsored by OK Tedi became Miss Papua New Guinea.
Miss Shannel Bray was crowned Miss Papua New Guinea.
Miss Patricia Mirisa was crowned as the tenth Miss Papua New Guinea.
Miss Carmel Vagi takes the crown thus becoming the eleventh Miss PNG Queen.
Miss Anna Wild from Goroka was crowned as the twelfth Miss Papua New Guinea. She was the first from the Highlands
region to win the title since its inception.
Miss Harriette Warren was crowned as the 13th Miss PNG Queen. She later relinquished
the title to Miss Mabel Daure who was the 1st runner-up and Miss Charity Queen.
Miss Erue Taunao was the 14th Miss Papua New Guinea. She had a successful career with Investment Promotion Authority.
Miss Joycelyn Leahy was crowned as the 15th Miss Papua New Guinea. Miss Leahy is a successful entrepreneur now running
her own business.
Miss Nellie Ben sponsored by Ok Tedi Mine became the 16th Miss Papua New Guinea. She was the first Miss PNG Contestant to win
both titles Miss PNG and the Charity Queen.
Miss Marcia Muir sponsored by PNG Motors became the 17th Miss Papua New Guinea.
Miss Jennifer Lemeki sponsored by Big Rooster was crowned Miss Papua New Guinea.
Miss Sharon Onsa sponsored by City Pharmacy took out the title of Miss Papua
New Guinea 1993. Miss Sharon Onsa had a successful career in Advertisng, Media and Marketing with various companies in PNG.
She's currently hosting Haus & Homes on EMTV and is happily married with three lovely children.
Miss Imanakone Sioa sponsored by National Captial District as Miss NCDC won
the Miss Papua New Guinea. Prior to joining the quest, she was crowned Miss Hiri Moale Festival 1995. Ms Sioa has
a successful career with the International Monetary Fund now.
Miss Rita Stegman was sponsored by EMTV. This is the first time for a Media
organisation to participate in the quest by sponsoring a contestant. She was the second young woman from the Highlands
region to win the Miss Papua New Guinea 1996.
Miss Lisa Linibi was sponsored by Coopers and Lybrand was crowned Miss Papua
New Guinea. It was the first time an accounting
firm had sponsored a Quest winner. Miss Linibi is currently working with Conservation International in their Madang Office.
Miss Helai Oala was crowned as Miss Papua New Guinea 1998 and was sponsored by NCDC.
Miss Roberta Ali who was sponsored by NCDC, won both the major titles of Miss
PNG and Miss Charity Queen. Miss Ali had a successful career with Air Niugini as a flight attendant. She is now happily married
and living in Brisbane, Australia with her
Miss Ephreddie Jubilee, sponsored by Courts Superstore also won both the title
of Miss PNG and Miss Charity Queen in 2002. Miss Jubilee is currently running own business back in Kokopo with her partner.
Miss Olivia Wilson sponsored by Courts Superstore went on and won the title
of Miss Papua New Guinea Red Cross 2001. Miss Wilson
is currently running their family business Hausporoman in Mt Hagen.
Miss Yaku Ninich sponsored by Galley Restaurant won the Miss Papua New Guinea
2002. Miss Yaku Ninich has a succesful career in Intenrational Business and Trade working with Australian Trade Commission.
She was also the Miss Charity Queen Runner up to Miss Catherine Tabuchi who took out the title of Miss Charity Queen.
Miss Cynthia Asi sponsored by MRDC went on to win the title of Miss Papua
New Guinea and Charity Queen 2003. She won both titles and raised the highest amount of money in the history of the quest
by a single contestant. Miss Asi is currently working with South Pacific Post in their marketing and advertising department.
Miss Ashwin Samson was sponsored by Warehouse Club took out both titles of
Miss Papua New Guinea 2004 and Miss Charity Queen.
Miss Michelle Pala was sponsored by her community Porebada and went on to
take the title of Miss Papua New Guinea 2005 against all odds. Miss Michelle Pala has put her teaching career on hold
to concentrate more on the quest this year. Miss Shirley O'Connor sponsored by Boroko Motors took the Charity Queen title.
This year saw a teacher won the Miss
PNG 2006, Miss Genevieve Roberts was sponsored as Miss Coffee and went on to take the title of Miss Papua New Guinea 2006
from the other contestants. Miss Roberts is still teaching while performing her duties as Miss PNG. She also won the new title of Miss Tourism PNG which will see her travel to Japan and German to represent the PNG Tourism Authority. Miss
Tanya Samuel sponsored by Datec PNG took the Charity Queen title.