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Two Papua New Guinea cabinet ministers have gone public with claims of blackmail and attempts to apply undue influence.
There have been disputes in north Bougainville over some of the procedures for the election vote count which is now underway.
After taking keys from a drunken guard who'd fallen asleep, a group of 31 men escaped police holding cells in PNG's Lae.
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The man behind the establishment of Papua New Guinea's National Roads Authority says abolishing it is unwise.
Solomon Islands authorities on the western border with Papua New Guinea say they will no longer be detaining border crossers because of a lack of quarantine facilities there.
The PNG Government has dumped the Electoral Commissioner, Patilias Gamato, and replaced him with one of his deputies.
PNG's West New Britain has reported its first Covid-19 cases, making it the 12th province to record an infection.
A legal stoush over the ownership of one of Papua New Guinea's largest and most lucrative gold mines has intensified. Audio
Ten people from Bougainville are still missing at sea with searches including an aerial operation failing to find them.
Most Covid-19 cases in PNG's current outbreak have been asymptomatic, according to authorities.
A multi-national miner has described the PNG government's move to take over the Porgera gold mine as unlawful.
Papua New Guinea's government has entered a hydro-power agreement with an Australian mining company.
Foreign owned companies operating in Papua New Guinea are hiding their profits to avoid tax, an MP says.
Papua New Guinea's Pandemic Response Controller has warned against complacency after reporting no new cases of Covid-19 in the past day.
Papua New Guinea has recorded 29 new cases of Covid-19 and one more death.
After six weeks of campaigning and voting just shy of two weeks, the 440 candidates in this year's Bougainville election are now sitting around waiting for the count to begin.