Monthly Archives: April 2018

By Fern Napwatt and Glenda Willie in Port Vila The Supreme Court in Vanuatu has sentenced Philip Jimmy, a man found guilty of murdering his...

By Elizabeth Osifelo in Suva The French government is committed to the fight against climate change in the Pacific and hopes programmes such as the...

By Jean Bell in Auckland with additional reporting by Rahul Bhattarai Volunteer teachers are being maliciously labelled as "terrorists" by the Philippine government while paramilitary...

By Scott Waide in Lae A group of customary landowners in Papua New Guinea has regained access to their land following a significant legal victory...

By Sarah Joseph in Melbourne Facebook has had a bad few weeks. The social media giant had to apologise for failing to protect the personal...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Three suspected members of an armed criminal gang in Papua New Guinea's second city of Lae are dead following a botched...

By Felix Chaudhary in Lautoka "We're stuck in the river, please come quickly." These were the last words spoken by a distraught daughter to her father-in-law...
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Zindzi Mandela, the youngest daughter of Winnie, shares some of her thoughts about her mother in an interview with SABC's Sophie Mokoena. Video: SABC Pacific...

By Felix Chaudhary in Lautoka "It was scary, we've never seen anything like it." That's how a Natabua, Lautoka, man described the experience residents had as...

By Tony Firman in Jakarta Calls for West Papuan self-determination were prominent during a demonstration in front of the offices of PT Freeport Indonesia in...

By Moses Ompusunggu in Jakarta Indonesia's Jakarta Corruption Court has sentenced suspended Southeast Sulawesi governor Nur Alam to 12 years in prison in a case...