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ANALYSIS: By Camellia Webb-Gannon Last weekend, the Indonesian police took 43 West Papuan students into custody for allegedly disrespecting the Indonesian flag during an...

By RNZ Pacific Australia looks to have succeeded in watering down language on climate change in the communiqué of today's Pacific Islands Forum leaders' summit...

By Matthew Vari in Funafuti, Tuvalu Relocation is a cheap option for sinking island countries - but "we are going to stay", vows Tuvalu Prime...

REVIEW: By Margaret Scott Many years ago during Suharto’s dictatorship, when the mass killings of 1965-66 were a taboo subject, I interviewed Pramoedya Ananta Toer,...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk The Asia-Pacific Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (APCHRP) has condemned a recent spate of killings in Negros and all...

By Simon Keslep in Port Moresby The 166 donated vehicles used during last year's Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) conference in Papua New Guinea have...

By RNZ News About 2000 people showed their support as New Zealand protests against a controversial proposed housing development at Ihumātao in South Auckland entered...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk New Zealand’s unprecedented “internet-native mass shooting” attack on two mosques, the New Caledonia independence referendum, Fiji’s general election and news media...

By RNZ Pacific A relief agency says at least 139 people have died in displacement camps in the Highlands of West Papua in the past...

By Gorothy Kenneth in Port Moresby Papua New Guinean Prime Minister James Marape will visit Australia this weekend for a week-long state visit and the...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Two school girls from East Java, Aeshnina Azzahra (alias Nina), 12, and Zahira Zade, 11, have sent hand-written protest letters to...

COMMENTARY: By Yamin Kogoya in Auckland More than 50 years of "torture" has been inflicted on the Papuan people by the Indonesian government. With the...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Scott Waide in Karida, Papua New Guinea On Wednesday, some of the bodies of 18 women and children in Papua New Guinea...

Police Minister Bryan Kramer announcing he would be in Tari to work with police to find a long term solution to tribal fights. Video...

By Philip Cass Tonga’s tourist authorities will wipe the former Miss Heilala, Kalo Funganitao, from the records in retaliation for her speech at this year’s...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk The bodies of the Karida village massacre victims in Papua New Guinea's Hela province have been buried as fearful villagers in...

By Stefan Armbruster of SBS World News VIDEO WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Papua New Guinea has responded with outrage over the killings of at least 22 people,...

Amnesty International is calling Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's crackdown on drugs a "systematic campaign of killing". It wants the United Nations to investigate what...

Dumped police commissioner Gary Baki announces his challenge to the new government, claiming that he is the legal commander. Video: EMTV News By RNZ Pacific Papua...

By Godwin Ligo in Port Vila Vanuatu’s first President and one of the founding fathers of political Independence, Ati George Sokomanu, is calling on the...

TVNZ's Pacific correspondent Barbara Dreaver reports on organisers trying to shut down the outgoing Miss Heilala Queen during her final address. Video: TVNZ By Kalafi...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Papua New Guinea's new Police Minister Bryan Kramer, once the Opposition MP scourge of the former Peter O'Neill-led government, is continuing...