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Rescuing asylum seekers from detention in Papua New Guinea's Bomana prison complex is the aim of a group privately sponsoring the resettlement of refugees in Canada. Audio
Papua New Guinea's Housing Minister Justin Tkatchenko has left the People's National Congress party of former prime minister Peter O'Neill.
Thousands of people attended the 10th annual Papua New Guinea Human Rights Film Festival this year.
Major General Jerry Singirok, a retired commander of the Papua New Guinea Defence Force, was one of many at this week's Bougainville reconciliation. Audio
Rescuing asylum seekers from Papua New Guinea's Bomana prison is the aim of a group privately sponsoring the resettlement of refugees in Canada. Audio
The latest news from Melanesia. Audio
Papua New Guinea police say several officers have been arrested for an assault caught on video that went viral.
A Papua New Guinea Supreme Court application challenging the election of James Marape as prime minister has been adjourned for further directions.
Papua New Guinea men's cricket coach says qualifying for next year's T20 World Cup has the potential to grow and set up the sport in PNG for the next 10 years.
Samples taken from a dolphin that washed up dead on Papua New Guinea's Rai Coast have revealed very high concentrations of heavy metals.
A major reconciliation ceremony is providing a form of security assurance for Bougainville's upcoming independence referendum.
PNG's East New Britain Provincial Health Authority is aiming to eliminate diseases such as yaws, leprosy, lymphatic filariasis, soil-transmitted worm infections and trachoma.
Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister James Marape will visit New Zealand for the first time next week.
Papua New Guinea's probe into the controversial UBS loan is to be deferred to a later date.
A total ban on single use plastic bags in Papua New Guinea will come into effect on the 31st of January next year.
Tonga's government announces Inquiry into a controvesial wetlands development; Tuvalu human rights head says NZ immigration rules a 'concern'; Call for Malaysian banks to regulate financing of… Audio
Malaysian financial institutions have been urged to apply more regulations on bankrolling forest clearance in Papua New Guinea. Audio
Papua New Guinea's former prime minister Peter O'Neill has denied a claim that he has fled the country to avoid being arrested.
Landowners in Papua New Guinea's Enga province have pressed the government not to renew a license for a Canadian miner.