Johnny Blades goes to PNG to explore whether the elections will help the nation recover from a year of poltical conflict.
Papua New Guinea’s just completed general election marks a major political juncture for the resource-rich, but impoverished Pacific nation.
Coming after political conflict which has dominated PNG's government for the past year, the country appears on the cusp of prosperity and mayhem alike.
Johnny Blades looks at whether the nation’s political leadership can keep PNG from tipping into chaos.
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8:12 am Sunday 29 November: Insight: Obesity Crisis
The obesity crisis is costing the country $1bn a year and threatens to cripple the health system.
Next year, it's predicted to overtake smoking as the country's biggest health issue. One in three adults and one in ten children are obese.
The figure for Maori and Pacific people is much higher.
Sharon Brettkelly explores suggested solutions
8:12 am Sunday 6 December: Insight: Politics and the Public Service
Academics and the union representing public servants worry the Public Service is under increasing political pressure.
They say political advisers in ministerial offices need a clear set of rules to govern their conduct.
Brent Edwards explores the relationship between politicians and government workers.