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.
Coming Up on Insight
8:12 am Sunday 6 September: Insight: Fossil Fuels - Necessity or Lethal Indulgence ?
Fossil fuels still fire many aspects of our economy.
That's despite the fact their role in adding to the CO2 levels in the atmosphere is well known.
And the search for new supplies continues, even though environmentalists warn of the climate change consequences of burning even the known resources still underground.
Radio New Zealand's Energy Reporter, Eric Frykberg, explores what future lies ahead for fossil fuels.
8:12 am Sunday 13 September: Insight: Relationship Turmoil
Relationships Aotearoa packs up. ( RNZ / Alexander Robertson )
In June the country's oldest and largest counselling service closed its doors.
For six decades Relationships Aotearoa provided counselling services to individuals, couples and families.
But chronic underfunding, relationship breakdowns, contractual difficulties, an absence of effective governance and changing government priorities overwhelmed Relationships Aotearoa.
What the implications of the closure for those who used the services and the wider sector.