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Thursday, 06/15/17


The Vanuatu opposition has congratulated the government for its decision not to sign the PACER Plus trade agreement. Vanuatu said last week that it was not yet ready to sign the trade and aid deal for Pacific nations with Australia and New Zealand, joining Fiji and Papua New Guinea in their opposition. The opposition leader Ishmael Kalsakau said he is happy the... + continue reading

Tuesday, 06/13/17


The Deputy Prime Minister Fiame Naomi Mata’afa has expressed deep disappointment in the United State’s President, Donald Trump’s annoucement that the his country would withdraw from Paris Climate Change Accord. Speaking to the Samoa Observer as the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, Fiame Naomi Mata’afa, is also not surprised that American Samoa’s... + continue reading

Wednesday, 06/21/17


PNGi is set to revolutionise governance in Papua New Guinea by cracking open the secrets of the rich and powerful and exposing them to public view. Using the latest digital technologies, PNGi aims to investigate, analyse and expose the often hidden and opaque systems standing behind the abuse of political and economic power. Its two flagship resources are the ... + continue reading

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Tuesday, 06/27/17 - 0 comment(s)


The one-day polling for the National Capital District was in total chaos yesterday, when Electoral Commission officials refused to work until they were paid their allowance.... + continue reading


Wednesday, 06/14/17 - 0 comment(s)


To prevent a potential economic collapse on Guam and ensure the military buildup can proceed, the federal government needs to revise its policy that denies almost all H-2B...

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Thursday, 06/22/17 - 0 comment(s)


The government has been approved approximately US$700,000 ($965,000) from the Green Climate Fund to carry out readiness activities for 24 months. In a joint announcement with... + continue reading

In Depth

Tuesday, 06/27/17 - 0 comment(s)


Voting has begun for PNG's national elections, but Australians know little about the complications of democracy in our nearest neighbour. The average Australian is more... + continue reading


Thursday, 06/15/17 - 0 comment(s)


Marshall Islands President Hilda Heine gave an emotioinal address to a mostly empty European Parliament. President Heine urged EU leaders to do more to ensure Paris Agreement is... + continue reading

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Monday, 06/05/17 - 0 comment(s)


There are growing calls in Papua New Guinea for officials to put the issue of tribal fighting on the agenda, amid warnings the humanitarian and economic costs are damaging the... + continue reading