PNG Loop's 5@5

Loop 5@5 is a round up of the top Loop PNG stories making news.

UPNG students still continue boycotting of classes

Though doors to lecture rooms at the University of Papua New Guinea have been opened, students are still refusing to attend classes.

Police will not allow student protest, says Andrews

Police Chief of Operations Deputy Commissioner Jim Andrews said due to concerns over public safety and security issues NCD police will not allow students to stage any protest march.

Court refuses to hear slip rule application

The Supreme Court refused leave to Prime Minister Peter O’Neill this afternoon to hear the Slip Rule he filed last month.

Lomai slotted in Kumul starting line up

SP PNG Hunters forward Timothy Lomai has been named in the PNG LNG Kumuls starting line up for Saturday’s Pacific Test against Fiji Batis at the Pirtek Stadium in Parramatta, Sydney.

Fiji v Papua New Guinea preview

When Papua New Guinea went through the group stage of the 2000 World Cup undefeated (including wins over France and Tonga), it appeared rugby league's most passionate nation was on the verge of international significance.