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The latest news from Melanesia. Audio
Musicians in PNG's Milne Bay province are doing their bit to help the local tourism and hospitality sector. Audio
Mobile phones have become an increasingly significant tool for producing and sharing music in Melanesia. James and Roslyn Koisen are a musical duo based in Papua New Guinea's Milne Bay province… Audio
The head of the state-owned enterprise which manages Papua New Guinea's mining interests has announced his resignation.
PNG's government has agreed that Canadian miner Barrick Gold will retain operatorship of the Porgera mine
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Ten new Covid-19 cases have been reported in the Eastern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea.
PNG's police commissioner says the striking out of charges against two accused in a major drug case reflects the unprecedented nature of the offending.
The long-delayed Goroka by-election in Papua New Guinea has concluded, with Aiye Tambua of the ruling Pangu Party winning the seat.
The Chair of the Asia Pacific Rugby League Confederation has criticised the decision to remove Tonga's representative from the world governing body.
The Papua New Guinea Rugby Football League are looking for a full-time coach to guide the women's national team through to the 2021 World Cup.
There have been 10 new cases of Covid-19 reported in Papua New Guinea in the past 48 hours bringing their national total to 550.
PNG's Defence Force says it's working with Indonesian counterparts to reach a final understanding about a nagging border issue.
Papua New Guineans are questioning why their names are included in a leaked database of personal information compiled by a Chinese company. Audio