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Papuan activists have met with US Ambassador to Indonesia Robert Blake in the provincial capital Jayapura to discuss human rights, politics and US-owned Freeport...

By Thompson Marango in Port Vila When officiating the oath of a new Supreme Court judge this week, President Baldwin Lonsdale took the opportunity to...

By Tama Salim in Suva Indonesia is looking to strengthen its diplomatic ties with South Pacific countries by appointing a special envoy to the region...

OPINION: By Imrana Jalal in Suva The Pacific Islands conjure up images of paradise: white sand beaches, transparent sparkling aquamarine seas, and happy smiling islanders. But...

By Quintina Naime in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea's Opposition will take legal action against the dismissal of the vote of no-confidence against Prime Minister...

A new platform to bring together entrepreneurs engaged or planning to engage in industrial, commercial and investment activities in Fiji has been created in...

OPINION: By Willie Jackson Last year Radio New Zealand cut its last Māori dedicated news in prime time, Manu Korihi, from its airwaves and not...

By India Thorogood "Indonesia is burning - so why is the world looking away?" Late last year those words shone a small spotlight on a...

Michael Timmins (left) and Dr David Robie on Fifth Estate tonight. Video: Slipstream Media Radio Waatea and The Daily Blog featured the Pacific and climate...

Indonesia's Coordinating Minister for Political Affairs, Law and Security Luhut Binsar Padjaitan says the government has resolved to settle human rights cases "in not...

Former PNG politician Dame Carol Kidu, who features in Media Stockade's feature documentary The Opposition, is seeking an injunction to stop the filmmakers from...

Last week I watched in absolute disgust as MPs in Papua New Guinea giggled and laughed as the Minister for Health made light humour...

By Bernadette H. Carreon in Koror Palau President Tommy Remengesau Jr. has declared a state of emergency due to the worsening drought in the country...

By Peni Mudunavonu in Suva The Fiji Council of Churches and the Ecumenical Centre of Research for Education and Advocacy brought together people from different...

By Linawati Sidarto in Amsterdam A unique photographic exhibition in Amsterdam shows what the Dutch state tried to hide from its people about the grueling...

As Easter is celebrated by Christians across the world this weekend, Arun Kundnani reflects on the "global war on terror", the Brussels outrage, the...

By a Vanuatu Daily Digest correspondent in Port Vila In an outpouring of popular protest, several hundred women, men and children marched in Port Vila...

Ura Tabu dancers perform the Calypso medley song "Yellow Bird" at the launch of the New Zealand Institute of Pacific Research last night....

Research into the challenges and opportunities facing the Pacific Islands and their communities will flourish thanks to the uniting of the resources and expertise...

Indonesian police recently banned the Turn Left Festival in Jakarta. The Jakarta Post’s Margareth S. Aritonang and Pandaya analyse the incident, which has raised...

More than 200 protesters converged on New Zealand’s largest oil industry conference at dawn today, blockading its entrances as part of a Greenpeace-organised demonstration...

Democracy has died and been reborn several times in different countries in the region, writes Mong Palatino. On March 2, 1962, General Ne Win led...