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16:56, May 23, 2016
Loop 5@5 is a round up of the top Loop PNG stories making news.
No end in sight for student boycotts
Students at the University of Papua New Guinea who have been boycotting classes for three weeks are pondering their next move after the Prime Minister ignored their ultimatum to step down.
Court set hearing date of PM’s appeal
The Supreme Court will hear an appeal by Prime Minister Peter O’Neill challenging the joinder of the heads of the National Fraud and Anti-Corruption Directorate in a National Court proceeding.
Residents of Tasion Police Barracks block off road
Residents of Tasion Police Barracks blocked off the new four-lane road that runs beside their homes this morning.
Hunters remain in third place
Despite their loss yesterday, the SP Hunters are still sitting in third place in the Intrust Super Cup competition.
Scam Alert: Don't accept these Facebook friend requests
If you get a Facebook friend request from someone you're already friends with, chances are it's a scammer.
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Prime Minister Peter O’Neill
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