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Lae Unitech suspends Student Council to promote campus unity in 2017

The University of Technology in Lae has suspended its Student Representative Council because the university's board believes it should take responsibility for its part in the violence during last year's anti-government student protests.

New Zealand company still waiting for PNG government to pay half a million dollar debt

A New Zealand company is still waiting to be paid by the Papua New Guinea Government for consultancy work it did three years ago, and a year after the courts ordered the government to settle its debt.

Pacific track queen Toea Wisil better for her Rio Olympic experience

Could 2017 be a break out year for the undisputed queen of the track in the Pacific, Papua New Guinea's Toea Wisil?

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