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K260 million Sir Mara Haus in Western Highlands show cracks

The K260 million Western Highlands Provincial Government building is unsafe to its occupants.

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Police boss warns criminals in Port Moresby

Police Commissioner David Manning has issued a warning to criminals following an increase in armed robberies in the nation’s capital in the last three days.

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Cabinet reshuffle looming  

A cabinet reshuffle is expected as Prime Minister James Marape aims to maintain grip on power with talks of vote of no-confidence against his government looming.  

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PNG goes down to Oman as World Cup preparations ramp up

Final preparations are on par for the Papua New Guinea Barramundis as they lean towards the T20 World Cup opener against West Indies this Sunday.

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Disaster relief for Muli Taka LLG remains a priority and retrieval exercise continue

The situation in Muli Taka remains dire, with ongoing efforts to provide disaster relief and retrieve the victims.

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Census figures to be released by August

Papua New Guineans will have a better idea of the country's population by August this year.

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Parliament adjourned to 10am Wednesday

As usual, the National Parliament reconvened with a quorum after 37 minutes of the 2 pm start time but did not last for more than 15 minutes before the government used its numerical numbers on the floor to adjourn to Wednesday [tomorrow] at 10 am.

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Motion not received

Speaker of Parliament, Job Pomat has informed the country that he has yet to receive a motion on the Vote of No Confidence in the Prime Minister.

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Presiding government not threatened by numbers in Opposition camp

The ruling Pangu Pati government remains confident with its coalition partners to overcome the looming vote of no confidence by the opposition.

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Parliament sitting reconvenes at 2 pm 

When Parliament reconvenes at 2 pm, the sitting arrangement will be different following the exodus of members of government to the opposition over the weekend. 

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