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PNG police appeal to three MPs to go in for questioning

18/09/2011 18:17
WANTED: (L-R) Former PNG ministers Paul Tiensten and Francis Potape and East Sepik governor Peter Wararu.   Papua New Guinea police have appealed to three national...

O'Neill: PNG's social indicators deplorable

16/09/2011 23:02
Prime Minister O'Neill laments poor social indicators.   Prime Minister Peter O’Neill has described as deplorable Papua New Guinea’s poor social indicators. Giving a post-mortem on...

Will Genia to become first PNG-born player in Rugby World Cup

11/09/2011 12:56
Will Genia in action for the Wallabies. Picture courtesy of The Age newspaper   Wallabies No 9 Will Genia will become the first Papua New Guinea-born rugby union player to take part in...

PNG cannot guarantee asylum seekers' rights, says international legal expert

01/09/2011 10:46
  An international legal expert has cast doubt on Papua New Guinea’s ability to uphold the rights of asylum seekers following yesterday’s Australian high court ruling which nullified the...
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