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The latest news from Melanesia. Audio
The Ok Tedi copper, gold and silver mine in Papua New Guinea has received a three-year life extension to 2029.
A former commander of the Bougainville Revolutionary Army has widened his lead in the progressive count for the presidential election in the autonomous PNG region.
PNG has reported another case of Covid-19, increasing its total positive confirmed cases to 504.
King tides have washed away 18 houses on Papua New Guinea's south coast, a disaster the local councilor blames on climate change. Audio
The schedule for consultations on the outcome of Bougainville's independence referendum will be set in November, Papua New Guinea's parliament has heard.
Opposition to the disposal of mining waste in the ocean is growing in Papua New Guinea's Morobe province.
Papua New Guinea's government has announced a US$57.3 million bailout package for small businesses struggling due to the pandemic
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PNG has confirmed nine new cases of Covid-19, including three in the province of East Sepik for the first time.
PNG has confirmed eight new cases of Covid-19, all from Western Province.
Papua New Guinea's parliament has abolished the position of Chief Secretary to Government over concerns it's too powerful and undermines ministers.
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.
The man behind the establishment of Papua New Guinea's National Roads Authority says abolishing it is unwise.