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Papua New Guinea media is reporting the death of another young mother allegedly at the hands of her husband.
Papua New Guinea is forecasting a significant economic contraction this year, caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Pacific fisheries observers work in dangerous environments on board foreign fishing vessels holding them to account and helping protect the region's fish stocks and oceans. But who is protecting them?
A senior researcher in Papua New Guinea has emphasised that government moves to deter domestic violence need to be effective at a provincial and village level.
A court case hearing corruption charges against Papua New Guinea's former prime minister Peter O'Neill has been adjourned for two months.
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Outrage at the violent death of a woman in Papua New Guinea, allegedly at the hands of her partner, has renewed calls for something to be done to stem pervasive domestic violence. Audio
The Papua New Guinea government has amended the Criminal Code to increase penalties for gender based and sorcery related violence.
Renewed calls for enforcement of laws designed to stop gender-based and domestic violence in Papua New Guinea. Audio
Papua New Guinea has sought assurances from Indonesia that it will help to prevent Covid-19 spreading across the border.
Police in Papua New Guinea say they could lose control of law and order at Enga province's massive Porgera gold mine.
Part of PNG's National Court in Port Moresby will be closed for a week after it was established a woman, who tested positive for Covid-19, had visited the court house.
Severe penalties will be issued to Papua New Guinea fishermen who ignore a new order postponing the start of the sea cucumber harvesting season.
Bougainville presidential candidate, Reuben Siara, says it's vital the new government has a lawyer to lead the negotiations with Papua New Guinea on the independence referendum.