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Refugees in PNG face eviction as Australian taxpayers’ dollars dry up

Summary by Ground News
A spokesperson for PNG immigration authorities said late on Saturday that they were in talks with all service providers to ensure that contracts under the humanitarian program were honoured. This comes after revelations in The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and 60 Minutes in July that the original Manus Island contracts had been marred by graft. A whistleblower then alleged that Australian company Paladin had paid millions of dollars to PNG officials in 2018 via a bank account in Singapore.

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