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Pacific Media Centre More than 35 protests were organised in US cities to mark opposition to the signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a huge international...

From Vanuatu Daily Post Air Vanuatu has received an independent assessment of Bauerfield International Airport from the Airport Consultancy Group (ACG) in Australia and has...

From The Fiji Times By Tevita Vuibau and Nasik Swami in Suva Lawyers acting for Fiji's now-suspended National Federation Party (NFP) have demanded an explanation from...

Vanuatu Loop The former Lands Minister, Ralph Regenvanu, says he is available for the position of Vanuatu's next Prime Minister, Vanuatu Loop reports. Regenvanu's Graon mo...

Tokelau Office By Jaap Jasperse in Apia The brand-new Tokelau ferry Mataliki slipped quietly into Apia port this week, awaited by staff of the Tokelau Transport...

Radio Waatea Mana leader Hone Harawira says Prime Minister John Key has deliberately set the stage for protest at Waitangi. The former Te Taitokerau MP, who...

From Café Pacific Video and photos by Del Abcede in Auckland Māori protesters at the forefront of a massive people's protest for democracy in Auckland today...

Pacific Media Centre The Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement has been signed at Sky City in Auckland today as the downtown heart of New Zealand's largest...

From Vanuatu Daily Post By Jane Joshua in Port Vila Lobbying for numbers to form Vanuatu’s next Government is continuing in earnest after the official declaration...

Stop TIPP In a statement, Germany’s largest association of judges and public prosecutors has firmly rejected the European Commission’s  proposal to create an investment court ...

From Waatea News Greens co-leader Metiria Turei says the Treaty of Waitangi protection clause in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement isn't as strong as the New...

Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke on the Senate floor on the eve of the signing Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement by the 12 countries member...

From SBS News Scores of asylum-seeker families, including babies born in Australia, face the prospect of deportation to Nauru after a High Court ruling, reports...

From Pacific Media Watch By Bill Goodwin in London New Zealand investigative journalist Nicky Hager was working in Auckland when the police raided his Wellington home. His...

From United Nations Special correspondent in Geneva United Nations human rights expert Alfred de Zayas has called on governments not to sign the Trans-Pacific Partnership without...

From ETAN By Wilda Asmarini In Jakarta Freeport McMoRan Inc has asked Indonesia to reduce a US$530 million smelter bond the local unit of the US...

From SciDev.Net By Dyna Rochmyaningsih in Jakarta Scientists in South-East Asia and the United Kingdom’s Met Office have teamed up to develop a model that predicts...

From PNG Loop By Sally Pokiton in Port Moresby The court martial sitting in Papua New Guinea against 11 alleged mutineers of the PNG Defence Force...

From ETAN/The Straits Times By Jonathan Pearlman in Perth Australia has adopted some of the world's toughest policies against refugees in recent years and will not...

From ETAN By Bernadette Christina Munthe and Fergus Jensen Freeport McMoRan Inc has lost its right to export copper concentrate, valued at more than $1 billion,...

Dr Biman Prasad, leader of Fiji's Opposition National Federation Party, suspended for 30 days yesterday by the Fijian Elections Office, assesses the country's "deeply...

Report from Fiji Village By Vijay Narayan in Suva Fiji's opposition National Federation Party has been suspended for 30 days with immediate effect for contravening the...