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Papua New Guinea's prime minister is being urged to make good on his promise to hold an inquiry into a suspicious land deal involving two of his ministers.
At least twenty people have died in election-related violence since vote counting began last month in Papua New Guinea's Enga province.
Papua New Guinea's prime minister says he will appeal a National Court decision to uphold the legality of an arrest warrant issued for him
The new man in charge of Papua New Guinea's Treasury admits some changes in government direction are necessary to manage an economy under huge strain.
Enga Province is bracing itself for more violence after another big name of Papua New Guinea politics lost his seat in the general election.
The sale of exotic wood products in US stores could be helping to drive the illegal harvesting of native forest in Papua New Guinea. Video
Opponents of Papua New Guinea's incumbent prime minister say they are confident of forming a new coalition government.
Lobbying among newly elected MPs is reaching fever pitch in Papua New Guinea ahead of next week's scheduled sitting of parliament.
Perceived unfairness in the vote count has been linked to deadly election-related violence in Papua New Guinea's Enga Province.
As Papua New Guinea's lengthy and troubled national election nears a climax, RNZ Pacific offers a guide on who the main contenders to become prime minister are.
As vote counting continues in Papua New Guinea's national election, the incumbent speaker of parliament, Theo Zurenuoc, is set for defeat.
Leading players in Papua New Guinea's fluid political landscape are setting up camps in the hope of forming the next government.
Members of an advisory committee assessing Papua New Guinea's general election have resigned.
Vote counting has finally got underway in the regional seat of Papua New Guinea's National Capital District.
Vote counting is underway in Papua New Guinea's Hela province despite outbreaks of election-related violence there in recent days.
Disquiet about flaws in Papua New Guinea's electoral roll persists as polling continues in the general election.
After a day of chaos in the national capital, Papua New Guinea's national election is stumbling on, reports Johnny Blades from Port Moresby.
As Papua New Guinea's National Capital District goes to the polls today, its governor has warned of attempts to subvert the election.
While it has only just begun, complaints are already surging in about problems around polling in Papua New Guinea's election.
An often rancorous campaign period for Papua New Guinea's national election has concluded.
On the eve of Papua New Guinea's national election, a source of hope within the candidate field of one rural district may not be enough to bring real change. Audio
Amid growing interest about West Papua in New Zealand, Indonesia's new ambassador in Wellington opens up on controversial issues about the region. Video, Audio
Opposition to bauxite mining is coming to a head in Solomon Islands' most remote province. Video
Papua New Guinea's police chief has defended the presence in PNG of an American security firm whose personnel are reportedly to be deported.
This week's visit to New Zealand by a West Papuan independence leader has thrown the polarisation around his cause into stark relief. Video, Audio