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Former PNG prime minister, Peter O'Neill says PNG could become a tinpot dictatorship if James Marape follows through on a threat to nationalise the Porgera mine.
A Papua New Guinea election official has been arrested after he was found with $57,000 American dollars in his car and a signed document from an unnamed candidate. Our reporter Johnny Blades is in… Audio
An Australian documentary following the struggle of a PNG community battling against commercial developers has been internationally recognised. Audio
The chair of Transparency International in Papua New Guinea says the lack of accountability for police opening fire on protesting students last week is disgraceful. Audio
Protesting students at the University of Papua New Guinea have decided to continue boycotting classes despite calls from the university administrations for some classes to resume today. Audio