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  • The PNG Hunters remain on top of the Intrust Super Cup ladder for the third week in a row after defeating Souths Logan Magpies in Port Moresby. But unlike their previous two runaway wins over Townsville and Norths Devils, this time the Hunters were made to fight all the way. In the end both teams...
    14 June 2017
    Pacific Beat
  • A year after the police opened fire on students protesting against the Papua New Guinea government, there has been no investigation into the events of that day and Prime Minister Peter O'Neill remains in power. What began as a demonstration born out of widespread disillusionment among the student...
    8 June 2017
    Pacific Beat
  • This month, a group of 25 PNG small business owners - all of whom except one are females - are in Australia to take part in an entrepreneurial course as part of the Australian-government funded 'Australia Awards'. They represent a diverse range of industries, from agriculture to hospitality and...
    2 June 2017
    Pacific Beat
  • A Papua New Guinea MP has died suddenly in Port Moresby. The member for Ambunti-Drekikir in East Sepik, Ezekiel Anisi, collapsed and died at a guest house and was rushed to the hospital where he was confirmed dead.. Mr Anisi, who was the youngest MP elected in the 2012 election, was in Port Moresby...
    25 May 2017
    Radio NZ
  • Customary landowners in Papua New Guinea can now seek justice for losing their land to illegal land grabbing, thanks to a new legal framework launched in Port Moresby. The new structure will help landowners take legal action against the developers or the government if their land is taken for so-...
    23 May 2017
    Pacific Beat
  • More than 100 international observers will be in Papua New Guinea to monitor the national elections. They'll help monitor things like freedom of movement, and its hoped their presence will help deter manipulation during voting. Roy Trivedy, the UN Resident Coordinator says the UN Development...
    17 May 2017
    Pacific Beat