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Best way to mourn for the dead is to care for the living says Tomuriesa

The Leader of the Opposition, Douglas Tomuriesa has made a call to the government to look into the welfare of the immediate families of Members who die while serving their term in parliament.

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Dependent tax rebate will not be implemented till next parliament sitting: PM Marape

During the passage of the 2024 National Budget by Parliament in November last year, the law governing income tax was amended, removing dependent income tax- a tax rebate which is claimed by income taxpayers.

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Parliament farewells late Education Minister

Clock stood 12pm, as Members of Parliament for the last time bade farewell to a late colleague described as an education reformist.

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ICCC to conduct nationwide price surveillance enforcement exercise

The Independent Consumer and Competition Commission (ICCC) is set to carry out the second phase of its nationwide price surveillance starting this month (February 2024).

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Monagi to represent PNG at World Athletics Indoor Championships

Sprint hurdler Adrine Monagi will represent PNG at the World Athletics Indoor Championships that will be held in Glasgow, UK from March 1 to 3.

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Papua New Guinea launches new Rugby League Academy

Another major boost for rugby league in PNG has been announced with the launch of the NRL Bid Academy.

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PNG Air to scale down flights

PNG Air will be operating on a reduced schedule due to notice of the stop fuel supply by Puma.

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PNG set to open 8 Trade Commissions around the world

International Trade and Investment Minister Richard Maru today announced that Papua New Guinea (PNG) will roll out Trade Commission Service this year.

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Government trying its best to improve law and order: Marape

Prime Minister James Marape says the Police force is gradually scaling up to reduce the epidemic law and order catastrophe in the country.

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United Nations condemn Enga killing

The United Nations in Papua New Guinea strongly condemns the killing of 49 people in Enga province on Sunday.

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