Macintosh Garden 2019 Apps This collection represents all the 'Application' Artifacts received by The Macintosh Garden in 2019. These artifacts were all originally listed in a flat file system (a single directory) but for the sake of navigation and ingestion they are presented in an alphabetical folder structure. TGEmu is a freeware, open-source, portable emulator for the TurboGrafx-16 and PC-Engine consoles. TGEmu, an emulator for NEC - Turbo Grafx 16 running on the Windows OS. Download all TGEmu files for free!

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Current: Re-elected to the 10th National Parliament for the Abau Open seat as a People's National Congress Party Candidate in the 2017 General Elections. Currently affiliated with Our Development Party, 4th term in this Parliament.

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Past: First elected in to the 7th National Parliament in the 2002 General Elections for the Abau Open seat as a National Alliance Party candidate. Following the election of Sir Michael Somare as prime minister on the 5/8/2002, appointed Minister responsible for National Planning and Monitoring, Provincial Affairs, Works and Transport in the caretaker cabinet, then Minister for Public Service on the 13/8/2002 and Leader of Government Business on the 27/8/2002. Disqualified from parliament on the 5/3/2003 by the court of disputed returns (EP No.33 of 2002). Re-elected in by-election. Declared on the 16/12/2003 in the first election to be conducted using the Limited Preferential Voting system and sworn in as member of parliament on the 13/1/2004. Sworn in as Minister for State Enterprises and Information on the 15/1/2004 (G7, 2004) till 20/12/2004, but remain in cabinet as Minister without Portfolio till 7/1/2005, then appointed Minister for Lands and Physical Planning and Minister for State Assisting the Prime Minister. Retained Lands and Physical Planning portfolio, but relinquished duties as Minister of State in June 2006. Endorsed National Alliance Party candidate for the Abau Open seat in the 2007 General Elections. Re-elected to the 8th National Parliament in the 2007 General Elections for the same seat as a National Alliance Party candidate. Appointed Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Lands and Physical Planning on the 29/08/2007. Appointed Minister for Mining from 20017-2010. Resigned from the Somare government in July 2010 to join ranks with Morauta led opposition. Appointed Minister for Agriculture and Livestock on the 5/8/2011 in the O'Neill-Namah cabinet. Re-elected to the 9th National Parliament in the 2012 General Elections for the same seat an Our Development Party candidate. Appointed Minister for Public Service following the formation of the O`Neill-Dion cabinet in August 2012. Re-elected to the 10th National Parliament for the Abau Open seat as a Peoples National Congress Party Candidate in the 2017 General Elections. Appointed Minister for Health & HIV/AIDS in the O'Neill-Abel Cabinet from August 2017- April 2019, resigned as Minister for Health & HIV/AIDS in April 2019. Served as Minister for Bougainville Affairs on 07/06/19-30/09/2020. Served as Minister for Health from 01/10/2020-16/11/2020.

Primary Education: Completed primary education at Konepoti Primary School (1966)
Secondary Education: Completed Secondary School at Iarowari High School (1970)
Tertiary Education: Completed Tertiary Education from University of Papua New Guinea (1976).
Achievements: Earned a Bachelors Degree in Medicine and Surgery from UPNG in 1976.Awarded a Masters Degree in Medicine, Sydney and Melbourne Australia in 1985. Made an Honorary Fellow of the Australian College of Health Services Executives in 2000Awarded the CMG in 2000 and knighthood in June 2009.
Last Occupation Prior to Elections: Served in the public service for 29 years, including 5 years as secretary for the health department (from 1996 to 2001).

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Welcome to TGEmu - MorphOS v1.4 (based on tgemu v0.1)
TGEmu emulates the classic TurboGrafx16/PC Engine game
console. TGEmu currently runs many commercial titles with
good speed, sound support and reasonable compatibility.
TGemu can be launched via custom MUI interface,
command line or the Nostalgia v2.2 multi-emulation
system. Nostalgia Homepage:
Expect some more options and improvements in the
next release. Have fun :)
- Documentation -
- User Interface Options -
GUI Interface:
select - select a tg16/pce game image to play
run - start the emulation
overlay - enable overlay support for scaled and smoothed image
window - enable playing inside a resizable window (requires overlay)
CLI Interface:
Template: tgemu-morphos <romname> <options>
Example : tgemu-morphos roms/bonk.pce -winplay
-winplay : play inside window using overlay
-overlay : play fullscreen using overlay
Passing no <options> : fullscreen without overlay support.
If no <romname> or <options> are passed, the MUI gui
will be launched instead.
Nostalgia Interface:
TGEmu-MorphOS can also be used in conjunction
with Nostalgia v2.2 or later.
help (menu key) - saves a preview image for Nostalgia to use
- Keyboard and Gamepad controls -
TGemu can be controlled with a keyboard or gamepad.
Gamepads are supported either through Poseidon v2.2
or lowlevel.library depending on connection type.
TG16/PCE game images can be copied to the 'roms/'
directory for quick access.
Please ensure you copy all contents of the archive
if updating from an earlier release!
Keyboard Controls:
button 1 - x
button 2 - z
select - shift
run - enter
dpad - arrow keys
f1 to f5 - window display size presets
+ - increase window size
- - decrease window size
help (menu key) - save screenshot of running game
into 'tgemu/screenshots/romname.jpg'
- Version History -
V1.4 August 26 2004
- Depth arrangement of overlay window should work now
- Improved sound, skipping at a minimum now
- Better video synchronization
- Changed icon to 'Emerald Games'
V1.3 March 30 2004
- Added command line mode and Nostalgia support
- Fixed bottom clipping rectangle to match the viewport size
- Added saving screenshot as a jpeg picture feature
- Fixed 'romname' not being freed on exit
- Added close gadget to play window
- Mouse pointer is hidden in fullscreen mode now
- Reduced sound skipping when resizing or saving screenshot
V1.2 March 22 2004
- No more green trashed gfx on reversed endian gfx modes
- added auto saving of current settings
- play window can be resized larger
- restarting the emulation will resume from same point
- sound no longer skips when restarting emulation or changing roms
- while playing window size and position is remembered
- added window sizing presets on function keys
- added window sizing controls on + - keys
- fixed rtype and other games with wide displays to show without 'garbage'
- fixed small bug which could lead to uncentered displays in non-overlay
V1.1 March 14 2004
- Fixed the pixel format for big endian gfx card
- Added overlay support with scaling
- Disabled mouse click input
- Window play option integrated
- Refreshing of MUI window during emulation fixed
v1.0 March 12 2004
- Initial release
Known problems:
- will load a file that is not an actual rom image
TGEmu-MorphOS port by Kelly Samel, original
tgemu by Charles MacDonald. TGemu-MorphOS may
be freely distributed according to the GNU
public license.
Contact: [email protected]
tgemu-morphos site :
original tgemu site :
Nostalgia Homepage: