CLIMATE CHANGE

Asia Pacific Report From Whangārei in the north to Invercargill in the south, thousands took to the streets of Aotearoa New Zealand in today's climate...

Asia Pacific Report Time is running out for media people and academics wanting to tell their innovative story or present research at the 2024 Pacific...

HUMAN RIGHTS

By Koroi Hawkins, RNZ Pacific editor It is the final day of election campaigning in Solomon Islands and there is a palpable sense of anticipation...

By Patrick Decloitre, RNZ Pacific correspondent French Pacific desk New Caledonia's capital was on Saturday flooded by two simultaneous waves of French and Kanaky flags...

INSTITUTIONS

By Patrick Decloitre, RNZ Pacific correspondent French Pacific desk New Caledonia's capital was on Saturday flooded by two simultaneous waves of French and Kanaky flags...

This week the two biggest TV broadcasters in Aotearoa New Zealand confirmed plans to cut news programmes by midyear - and the jobs of...

MEDIA

This week the two biggest TV broadcasters in Aotearoa New Zealand confirmed plans to cut news programmes by midyear - and the jobs of...

By Patrick Decloitre, RNZ Pacific correspondent French Pacific desk Security forces reinforcements were sent from France ahead of two rival marches in the capital Nouméa...

SPORTS

By Eleisha Foon, RNZ Pacific senior journalist Prominent Pasifika community leader Pakilau Manase Lua has resigned from New Zealand Rugby's (NZR) Pasifika Advisory Group, saying...

By Rodney Duthie in Suva The Fiji Rugby Union has sacked Fiji 7s head coach Ben Gollings and replaced him with former Fiji 7s captain...

SOCIO-ECONOMICS

By Paul Gregoire in Sydney One year since Prime Minister Anthony Albanese went to San Diego to unveil the AUKUS deal the news came that...

By Lawrence Fong in Port Moresby Cheaper loans will be a key agenda for Papua New Guinea officials when Prime Minister James Marape leads a...



ARTS & PERFORMANCE

Te Kapa Haka o Te Whānau-a-Apanui takes Aotearoa New Zealand's Te Matatini champion title for the third time

RNZ News Te Ao Māori Te Kapa Haka o Te Whānau-a-Apanui from Mātaatua have been crowned Te Matatini champions for the third time in Aotearoa...

By Moale James “West Papuans are being denied their basic human rights … Human beings have a right to freedom. Freedom to be treated fairly...
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Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Young Pasifika performers and artists came together last week for Moana Loloto, a night of indigenous storytelling to explore four pressing...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk A prominent Cook Islands lawyer intends to take a court challenge against the censor’s impending ban of the film Rocketman, reports the...

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Asia Pacific Report Time is running out for media people and academics wanting to tell their innovative story or present research at the 2024 Pacific...

RNZ Pacific A Pasifika health leader says high obesity rates in the Pacific are not new, but an increase in childhood obesity is concerning. A study...

LATEST REVIEWS

By Aisha Azeemah in Suva With the lights on one of his sneakers blinking as he ran through the gallery, a little boy looked up...
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