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Papua New Guinea's major mine operators have been warned by the prime minister to comply with safety and operating standards.
The Papua New Guinea men's cricket team have sealed a historic place at the T20 World Cup after beating Kenya by 45 runs to finish top of their group at the qualifying tournament in the UAE.
The decision by Papua New Guinea's government to give cars imported for last year's APEC summit to Members of Parliament has been widely panned by anti-corruption advocates.
The Papua New Guinea cricket team have kept their hopes of automatically qualifying for next year's T20 World Cup by beating Singapore by 43 runs. The result means PNG are...
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Papua New Guinea's ruling PANGU party is continuing its steady growth under prime minister James Marape with more MPs joining its ranks in recent days.
A final report into Papua New Guinea's spending on hosting the APEC Leaders Summit last year is expected to be tabled in Parliament next month.
Papua New Guinea has upset the Netherlands at the T20 cricket World Cup Qualifiers, leaving them on top of Group A with two rounds of to play.
A young Papua New Guinean scientist has been granted an international award for her revolutionary research in the field of agriculture.
The rate of self-harm by asylum seekers held in Nauru is more than 200 times higher than the rate of hospital-treated self-harm in the Australian community, a new study shows. Audio
Papua New Guinea's Ramu nickel mine in Madang province will be closed temporarily, the country's mining minister says.
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Five prison guards have been suspended in Papua New Guinea for helping prisoners escape from a Port Moresby jail.
Australia is using harsh conditions to coerce Manus Island asylum seekers into accepting repatriation, the Catholic Church in Papua New Guinea says. Audio
Coastal waters in Papua New Guinea's Madang province are now safe for swimming despite a recent spill of mine slurry, PNG's Environment Minister says.
The Australian Federal Police are stepping in to help Papua New Guinea police with refurbishment work in Port Moresby.
The Cook Islands have suffered their first defeat at the Nations Cup netball tournament in Singapore after losing all four quarters in a 61-47 defeat by Namibia.
A National Court hearing for a legal challenge to the validity of an arrest warrant for Papua New Guinea's former Prime Minister, Peter O'Neill, has been adjourned to Friday.