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The latest news from Melanesia. Audio
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Thirteen shops in Papua New Guinea have been fined for price gouging.
More police in Papua New Guinea have protested over unpaid allowances from the Covid-19 State of Emergency.
Papua New Guinea's parliament resumed this week with political opponents of prime minister James Marape suffering setbacks. Audio
A promised rubber plantation on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island is a front for illegal logging, a new report says, with none of the promises having come to fruition. Audio
PNG's parliament has voted to extend the country's State of Emergency for two weeks.
One of the latest aspirants to lead Bougainville says the most important task for the region is to achieve unity.
The return of rugby league is edging closer in Papua New Guinea after the PNGRFL was granted conditional approval to begin a revised 2020 domestic season.
The PNG Prime Minister has thrown the People's National Congress party out of his coalition government.
A bill is expected to be tabled in Papua New Guinea's Parliament this week on measures to be taken once the State of Emergency comes to an end as scheduled today.
An Australia academic says Bougainville's John Momis will be remembered for his ability to draw people together.
PNG's Supreme Court has dismissed a case filed by Belden Namah questioning the constitutionality of James Marape's election as prime minister last year and says Mr Namah is still suspended as an MP.
The quest by the President of Bougainville, John Momis, to run for the post again has failed.
Soldiers and police deployed to PNG's border with Indonesia have protested over unpaid allowances.
A Papua New Guinea economics professor is calling on the PNG Government to give everyone cash handouts, to restore consumer demand.
Aerial drones will soon be helping the Papua New Guinea defence force with border surveillance.
A project to lay down a domestic submarine internet cable has been completed in Papua New Guinea. The viability of the project remains uncertain. Audio