ASIA PACIFIC REPORTS

Suara Papua The West Papua National Committee (KNPB) has declared that it rejects the violent approach which Indonesia continues to push in the land of...

CLIMATE CHANGE

RNZ Pacific Tonga's King Tupou VI is urging his people to unify and rise from the ashes of the Hunga volcanic eruption and tsunami which...

By Kalino Latu in Auckland The managing director of Radio FM Broadcom, Katalina Tohi, asked Tonga's disaster minister during last Sunday’s media conference to explain...

HUMAN RIGHTS

Suara Papua The West Papua National Committee (KNPB) has declared that it rejects the violent approach which Indonesia continues to push in the land of...

PNG Post-Courier Deputy Police Commissioner Operations Anton Billie has given the green light for Papuan New Guinean police in the National Capital District to carry...

INSTITUTIONS

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A global Papuan student welfare advocacy group has condemned the Indonesian government's disruption of autonomous local education grants supporting studies abroad,...

By Kelvin Anthony, RNZ Pacific regional correspondent The Kiribati Health Ministry has confirmed that the atoll island nation has surpassed 100 covid-19 cases after it...

MEDIA

Al Jazeera's report on Tonga from Auckland. Al Jazeera News It has been a week since the Hunga volcanic eruption and tsunami near Tonga destroyed large...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk An RNZAF P-3K2 Orion aircraft flies over the small Tongan island of Nomuka showing the heavy ash fall from last Saturday's...

SPORTS

By Sri Krishnamurthi for Asia-Pacific Report The world’s highest paid rugby player, Charles Piutau, is delighted he will be eligible to play for Tonga now...

By Sri Krishnamurthi for Asia-Pacific Report Both the INEOS and Altrad logos will be emblazoned on the All Blacks jerseys and shorts for the next...

SOCIO-ECONOMICS

OBITUARY: By Tony Fala James “Jimmy” O’Dea (18 October 1935-27 November 2021) was a mighty activist, community organiser, family man, and working-class defender. He died...

ANALYSIS: By Transform Aqorau The riots in Honiara yesterday, disturbing the city’s normally quiet atmosphere, were unexpected but not surprising. Someone made reference to a possible...



ARTS & PERFORMANCE

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...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk The movie Rocketman is likely to be banned in the Cook Islands, despite having already been in the cinema for a...

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

By Kalino Latu and Philip Cass in Auckland Lack of backup satellite and cable links in the wake of Tonga's volcanic eruption at the...

ANALYSIS: By Shane Cronin, University of Auckland The kingdom of Tonga doesn’t often attract global attention, but a violent eruption of an underwater volcano on...

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Pacific Journalism Review A Frontline investigative journalism article on the politics behind the decade-long Bougainville war leading up to the overwhelming vote for independence is...
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