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The Post Courier is a member of the Pacific Islands News Association (PINA) and contributes to the PACNEWS agency service.

Electronic fraud on the increase in PNG

David McGowan, head of ANZ’s Group investigations said PNG is still very much paper and cash based.

PNG Garamuts off to eighth U19 Cricket World Cup

Needing the win the secure their position in New Zealand next year, the next generation of PNG stars pulled together another strong team performance.

PNG Attorney General warns MPs

AG Davis Steven slammed legal spokesman Kerenga Kua, former Prime Minister Sir Mekere Morauta and Opposition Leader Patrick Pruaitch.

PNG PM to appeal decision in Supreme Court

O’Neill said that he respects that the National Court has made a decision on outstanding legal matters relating to the Paraka legal fees matter.

First woman ref officiates rugby league game in PNG

Belinda Sleeman is not new to officiating at premier competitions as she runs the lines in the National Rugby League as well.

Accord signed to form PNG Opposition

MP for Aitape-Lumi Patrick Pruaitch said the Accord is an agreement that will pave way for them to do business as an alternative government.

101 Members declared in PNG election before Parliament resumes

With 80 writs returned to the Governor-General by Electoral Commissioner Patilias Gamato, the race is on for the seats to be declared before Parliament resumes on Wednesday.

Ruling PNG party returns highest MP numbers

PNG Electoral Commissioner Patilias Gamato is expected to return the writs to Governor-General Sir Bob Dadae in a significant ceremony at 4pm.

Rampage in Finschhafen district in Morobe province after PNG Speaker ousted

Three elementary schools and a newly built police station were burned in the rampage. Vehicles bought and presented to church groups were also removed.

Three newly elected MP in PNG, O’Neil confident of forming next government

Petrus Thomas, an independent, was re-elected to Koroba-Kopiago after a 10-year break.