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  • Prime Minister Peter O’Neill wants the Police Commissioner GariBaki to investigate the sale of Cloudy Bay Timbers in a new twist of a $9 million legal row now in court.
    24 April 2018
    PNG Post Courier
  • PAPUA New Guinea’s security provisions at the 2018 APEC Summit in November will be at world standard as some economies are putting their hands up to help the joint security task-force team.
    24 April 2018
    PNG Post Courier
  • (Subscription required) Malcolm Turnbull has conceded it was a clear political error not to call a Royal Commission into the “unacceptable behaviour” of Australian banks when he first “called out” the anti-customer culture of financial institutions.
    23 April 2018
    The Australian
  • THESE are tears of joy and sadness. Joy because Emeritus Professor Hugh Davies, centre, has just been awarded a meritorious award by the University of Papua New Guinea.
    23 April 2018
    PNG Post Courier
  • The vessel disappeared in September 1914, with all 35 crew on board, and its fate was Australia's greatest naval mystery until December last year, when the submarine wreck was found near Duke of York Island in Papua New Guinea's east coast.
    23 April 2018
    ABC News
  • TELIKOM, DataCo and bmobile-Vodafone have signed a non-disclosure agreement to share information, according to Kumul Telikom acting chief executive Xavier Victor. The three State-owned entities are to merge although there will be no transfer of network infrastructure or assets. Victor confirmed...
    23 April 2018
    The National (PNG)
  • The board of Australian bank AMP has been warned it must take stronger action over the shock misconduct in its financial planning arm, or it faces a showdown with some of the country's largest superannuation funds at next month's annual general meeting.
    23 April 2018
    Sydney Morning Herald
  • Sydney businessmen the Elomar brothers paid $6 million for a logging company only to end up negotiating a $9 million payment from the previous owners after a dispute. The case, now before the courts, involves the forests of Papua New Guinea and a development fund meant to help lift locals out of...
    22 April 2018
    Sydney Morning Herald
  • Papua New Guineans living with HIV may die if critical anti-retroviral drugs used to treat the virus are not restocked soon, a member of the local HIV advocacy body has warned.
    22 April 2018
    ABC News
  • More than K1 billion of public money is sitting in trust accounts without any government control, Finance Minister James Marape said yesterday.
    20 April 2018
    PNG Post Courier

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