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  • Power Meri: documentary film about the PNG Orchids womens rugby league team

    11 September 2018

    Proud, strong and hopeful, the pioneering women in the PNG Orchids team have overcome more challenges than most to play their much-loved national sport. But after years at grassroots level, they have just three months to transform themselves into a competitive national team. Power Marys takes...

  • ABC Reporter Sean Dorney's Emotional Return to PNG | Foreign Correspondent

    Sean Dorney's emotional return to PNG | ABC Foreign Correspondent

    21 August 2018

    Sean Dorney got thrown out of PNG for his reporting, yet he received one of its top honours. Now suffering motor neurone disease, he makes an emotional final visit. Broadcast by the ABC's Foreign Correspondent program, 21 August 2018.

  • Allan McLay's Colourful and Dedicated Life Remembered

    Allan McLay's Colourful and Dedicated Life Remembered

    11 January 2018

    Senior Morobean statesman, Sir Jerry Nalau, today paid a powerful tribute to his former colleague and close friend, Allan McLay, who passed away last week.

  • National Polytechnic Institute Gets New Metal Fabrication & Welding Workshop

    National Polytechnic Institute gets new metal fabrication and welding workshop

    1 November 2017

    The Polytech Institute in Lae now has its new and upgraded metal fabrication & welding workshop, made possible through the PNG-Australia Partnership

  • Polls Apart Papua New Guinea's 2017 Election

    Polls Apart: Papua New Guinea's 2017 Election

    31 October 2017

    General elections in Papua New Guinea only come around every five years and are embraced with great passion by voters hoping for change. Thus it was all the more disappointing for them when the 2017 edition turned out to be riddled with electoral roll flaws, polling irregularities, and...

  • Malnutrition in PNG

    Malnutrition in PNG

    30 August 2017

    After more than 40 years on independence, Papua New Guinea has yet to realize the right of children to proper nutrition. It costs the country more than PGK100bn each year as an economic consequences. Video courtesy of N...

  • Rugby Legends in PNG to Help Communities and Promote RLWC

    Rugby Legends in PNG to Help Communities and Promote RLWC

    29 July 2017

    Rugby League Legends, Scott Prince, Justin Hodges and Lote Tuqiri arrived in the country yesterday. The legends are here to see what they can do to help the community and promote the Rugby League World Cup.Video courtesy of EMTV Online...

  • Sean Dorney interviewing Sir Michael Somare

    Sean Dorney Interviews Sir Michael Somare

    30 May 2017

    After 49 years representing the people of the East Sepik Province in the Papua New Guinea Parliament, the man who led PNG to Independence, the Grand Chief, Sir Michael Somare, has retired. In this interview, recorded after Sir Michael’s farewell address to the Papua New Guinea Press Club, Sir...

  • Trailer: "Sensim Pasin"

    26 April 2017

    Sensim Pasin, a film and campaign about appreciating gender in PNG produced by Papua New Guinea Tribal Foundation is being screened in Melbourne in May and around Australia nationally.

  • Kokoda 75 Years On

    Kokoda: 75 Years On

    16 March 2017

    Tom Cunningham, winner of the Do Kokoda and High Sierra Ultimate Adventurer competition trekked the Kokoda Trail in September 2016. The first person to ever take a drone on the trek, Tom captured the beauty of the landscape and shared his Kokoda experience.