National Advance Party (Papua New Guinea)
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- "Pundari and Kaeok declared winners". PNG Post Courier. 26 July 2007.
- "41 parties registered". PNG Post Courier. 13 March 2012.
- "Pundari joins Peoples Party". PNG Post Courier. 22 April 2008.
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