Papua New Guinea
The Aussie dollar goes a long way in the Pacific.
A government commission will investigate weeks of violent tension.
The unrest has been ongoing since early June.
The University of Papua New Guinea has obtained a court order against further protest action after police yesterday opened
'That's the goal, to show the scale of this.'
It's election season in Australia, and with that comes a set of tried and true traditions -- candidates kissing babies and
It is the great lie on which John Howard, Philip Ruddock, Tony Abbott, Scott Morrison and Peter Dutton have built their political popularity. But it is still a lie.
The Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, Peter O’Neill, has announced the Manus Regional Processing Centre will close after
Lawyers say they will ask the Papua New Guinea Supreme Court to rule on sending asylum seekers held on Manus Island back
Australia's scheme of detaining asylum seekers on Manus Island has been ruled illegal by Papua New Guinea's Supreme Court