CLIMATE CHANGE

World Council of Churches Today is Remembrance Day -- marking the 70th anniversary of the largest US nuclear test detonation, Castle Bravo, which took place...

By Patrick Decloitre, correspondent French Pacific desk Pro-independence militants and protesters clashed with police in downtown Nouméa this week as New Caledonia hosts three French...

FEATURES AND ANALYSIS

ANALYSIS: By Alexander Gillespie, University of Waikato Despite the carnage, United Nations resolutions and international court rulings, Israel's war in Gaza has the potential to...

HUMAN RIGHTS

Pacific Media Watch New Zealand news media came under fire at today’s Palestine solidarity rally in Auckland calling for an immediate ceasefire in the war...

Jubi News Negotiations for the release of New Zealand pilot Phillip Mark Mehrtens, who has been held captive by the West Papua National Liberation Army...

INSTITUTIONS

Pacific Media Watch New Zealand news media came under fire at today’s Palestine solidarity rally in Auckland calling for an immediate ceasefire in the war...

Jubi News Negotiations for the release of New Zealand pilot Phillip Mark Mehrtens, who has been held captive by the West Papua National Liberation Army...

MEDIA

Pacific Media Watch The International Court of Justice (ICC) has held its last day of hearings examining the legality of Israel's decades-long occupation of Palestinian...

Pacific Media Watch Newshub, one of the key media companies in Aotearoa New Zealand, is to close its newsroom on June 30, reports RNZ News. Staff...

SPORTS

By Rodney Duthie of The Fiji Times Flying Fijians head coach Simon Raiwalui says facing England in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals will be different...

Jubi News in Jayapura Director Latifah Anum Siregar of the Democracy Alliance for Papua (ALDP) has emphasised the importance of raising awareness about human rights...

SOCIO-ECONOMICS

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...

COMMENTARY: By John Minto There is a sea change happening in the wider electorate in Aotearoa New Zealand which is counter intuitive to what the...



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...
video

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

By Giff Johnson, editor of the Marshall Islands Journal and RNZ Pacific correspondent Powerful waves, driven by offshore storm surges, hit an important United States...

By Kalinga Seneviratne in Suva Right across the South Pacific region, communities are no longer living on idyllic islands -- they are facing serious problems...

LATEST REVIEWS

REVIEW: By David Robie Just months before the outbreak of the genocidal Israeli war on Gaza after the deadly assault on southern Israel by Hamas...
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