The death of a prominent journalist in Papua New Guinea has prompted criticism of the newspaper she worked for.
The Post Courier's business editor Rosalyn Albaniel Evara died earlier this month in unexplained circumstances.
Photographs displayed at her funeral showed what appeared to be recent and severe injuries.
A police investigation is underway and a post mortem result is pending from a death which is now being treated as suspicious.
The paper's editor Todagia Kelola told Dominic Godfrey that the criticism meted out to his paper is unfair and unwarranted.