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The Bougainville Police Commissioner, Francis Tokura, is asking the people in the autonomus Papua New Guinea region to make sure guns still in their communities are surrendered to police.
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A New Zealand doctor in Bougainville to support the Covid-19 response is looking to help local clinicians feel more confident about staying safe on the job.
The pandemic controller in the autonomous Papua New Guinea region of Bougainville says the lockdown could be extended but there are no such plans at the moment.
Bougainville's President, Ishmael Toroama, said the people must not take the surge in Covid-19 cases lightly.
The autonomous Papua New Guinea region of Bougainville is going into a two-week lockdown from midnight Sunday.
Papua New Guinea's autonomous region of Bougainville could be heading for lockdown with a significant rise in community transmission of Covid-19.
The women's MP for North Bougainville says the people on the Carteret Atolls and Nissan, are frustrated at the continued delays to improving shipping services.
Amid the growing concerns at the spread of Covid-19 in Papua New Guinea, Bougainville is now tightening the rules.
Bougainville MP, Theonila Roka Matbob, has won a human rights award for taking on mining multi-national Rio Tinto.
Bougainvilleans are being asked where the capital should be located.
The Bougainville Government believes it can earn millions of dollars from the gold currently being mined and shipped out illegally.
The Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, James Marape, says nothing can be pre-determined on the question of independence for Bougainville.
A former Speaker of the Bougainville parliament says consultations across Papua New Guinea on the independence issue are out of order.
Bougainville is today marking the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Bougainville Peace Agreement.
The possible independence of Bougainville is the greatest challenge Papua New Guinea faces, the PNG Prime Minister James Marape says.
Foreign aid should be used to help Bougainville achieve sovereign rule, the autonomous region's president Ishmael Toroama says.
The President of Bougainville says the region's political aspirations require a holistic approach as it strives to achieve independence.
The Bougainville Government says it's not worried by statements from Papua New Guinea's Governor General, Sir Bob Dadae, aiming to discourage the push for independence.
The Bougainville Disaster Office says after several days of searching there has been no sign of the six people who went missing while on a trip to Nissan Island.