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By Eleisha Foon, RNZ Pacific senior journalist More than 2000 people were buried alive in the huge landslide which hit Papua New Guinea on Friday,...

PNG Post-Courier A ceasefire is expected on the battlefields of Wapenamanda in Papua New Guinea's Enga Province that has claimed hundreds of lives and caused...

EDITORIAL: The PNG Post-Courier Some people are literally making a killing in Enga. Yes, they really are. Hired gunmen are getting rich by the day and picking...

By Bramo Tingkeo of the PNG Post-Courier Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister James Marape made his historic address to the Australian Federal Parliament in Canberra...

EDITORIAL: By the PNG Post-Courier Last year, the Papua New Guinea government moved in a subtle way into the Fourth Estate. It tried to -- and...

PNG Post-Courier Papua New Guinea's Communications Minister Timothy Masiu has announced stringent measures to control social media in the country for the next 10 days...

PNG Post-Courier Gerehu, the sprawling suburban township to the north of Papua New Guinea's capital Port Moresby, is now a "ghost town" for shoppers. All major...

By Miriam Zarriga in Port Moresby Soldiers and police were jointly patrolling the streets of the Papua New Guinea capital Port Moresby today as the...

PNG Post-Courier Papua New Guinea’s chief Immigration boss Stanis Hulahau has warned all foreign nationals in the country that the office will not hesitate to...

EDITORIAL: By the PNG Post-Courier “Is there a democratic Papua New Guinean nation -- or is it merely an arbitrary nation built on a shaky,...

PNG Post-Courier Prime Minister James Marape has reiterated his call for staff of the Department of Prime Minister and National Executive Council to "fully embrace...

ANALYSIS: By David Robie, editor of Asia Pacific Report Prime Minister James Marape has made two foreign policy gaffes in the space of a week...

By Melyne Baroi in Port Moresby “I will surrender if you guarantee I will not be killed,” says Eugene Pakailasi, who took over leadership of...

By Dianne Wilson in Rabaul, PNG As the Papua New Guinea government continues its globe trotting, the Nonga Base hospital in Rabaul, East New Britain...

By Nelson Joe in Goroka At least a self-contained shelter is enough to attract international eco-tourists to Papua New Guinea, say tourism operators. David Van, an...

EDITORIAL: PNG Post-Courier Are the voters responsible for the corruption in the country? Papua New Guinea's Health Minister and Member for Wabag, Dr Lino Tom, seems...

PNG Post-Courier Papua New Guinea was allowed 10 people to be invited to witness the Coronation of King Charles III on in London on May...

By Miriam Zarriga in Port Moresby A defiant Foreign Affairs Minister Justin Tkatchenko says he will not resign over the furore surrounding his daughter Savannah’s...

By Miriam Zarriga in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea has deported controversial Australian businessman Jamie Pang. Surrounded by Immigration and Citizenship Authority officials and police, Pang...

By Jean Nuia in Kokopo, Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea’s fourth prime minister, Sir Rabbie Namaliu, has died -- four days shy of his...

By Todagia Kelola in Port Moresby A number of small contractors in Papua New Guinea are still waiting for positive feedback for money owed to...

EDITORIAL: PNG Post-Courier The discussions on Papua New Guinea's new draft media development policy will come to the fore today when the media industry presents...