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The Papua New Guinea cricket team have made a disappointing start to their World Cup qualification campaign in Scotland.
In a likely first, a Manus Island refugee has personally addressed the Papua New Guinea Prime Minister and asked him to end indefinite detention on the island. Video
The head of news at Papua New Guinea's EMTV has been reinstated just two days after being sacked. Audio
On Tuesday night in Papua New Guinea there was no EMTV news bulletin for the first time in more than 30 years, as newsroom staff at the television station stopped work in protest at the sacking of a… Audio
Melanesian Update for 21 August 2019. Audio
For the first time in 30 years, there was no evening news bulletin on PNG's EMTV on Tuesday as journalists stopped work in protest at their manager's sacking.
Moving to Port Moresby will enable Manus Island refugees to move on with their lives, Papua New Guinea's immigration minister says.
Sixteen people have died from cold and hunger while trekking in Papua New Guinea's Morobe province.
Papua New Guinea's Population and Housing Census 2020 was launched last weekend with a call for help from teachers.
Papua New Guinea is seeking $US1 billion dollars from Australia to help finance its 2019 budget.
The latest news from Melanesia. Audio
A glut of largely useless medicines in Papua New Guinea has added to concerns about the management of drugs in the health sector.
A leading anti-corruption advocate in Papua New Guinea has been appointed to head the country's Internal Revenue Commission.
Asylum seekers sent to a new detention centre in Papua New Guinea are the victims of a flawed process, a refugee advocate says. Audio
Papua New Guinea's opposition leader has emphasised the importance of parliament adhering to the country's constitution.
There are reports from Bougainville that all government meetings scheduled for next week have been deferred until September after the shut down of Buka airport.
Asylum seekers sent to a new detention centre in Papua New Guinea are the victims of a flawed process, an advocate says. Audio
A Canadian company that planned to mine Papua New Guinea's sea floor will be liquidated after approving a restructure.