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The Pacific Media Centre at Auckland University of Technology also collaborates with other Asia-Pacific media centres engaged in research and cultural production and develops cultural and research publications, building on the success of the peer-reviewed publication Pacific Journalism Review, media freedom project Pacific Media Watch and current affairs website Asia Pacific Report.

By Michael Norris in Wellington After a week-long controversy, New Zealand’s public broadcaster Radio New Zealand (RNZ) has withdrawn a proposal to axe its classical...

By Lian Buan in Manila A Philippines court has issued arrest warrants against former senator Antonio Trillanes IV and 10 other people for conspiracy to...

By JC Gotinga in Manila After days of silence, Defence Secretary Delfin Lorenzana today finally made a public statement on the termination of the Visiting...

By Denis Muller in Melbourne In September 2019, the editor of The Conversation, Misha Ketchell, declared The Conversation’s editorial team in Australia was henceforth taking...

By RNZ News New Zealanders evacuated from Wuhan amid the coronavirus outbreak will be quarantined in Aotearoa - not on Christmas Island like the Australians. As...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Papua New Guinea police have issued a warrant for the arrest of former Prime Minister Peter O'Neill. According to EMTV News, the...

By Jamie Tahana of RNZ Pacific Taiwan suffered two major diplomatic blows in the Pacific this week with both the Solomon Islands and Kiribati severing...

By RNZ Pacific Tuvalu's Prime Minister has condemned the Australian Prime Minister's conduct at last week's Pacific Islands Forum, calling Scott Morrison's attitude "unfortunate" and "neo-colonial,"...

By Charlotte Muru-Lanning in Auckland Controversial social media pages belonging to the New Zealand iwi opposing the occupation at Ihumātao were shut down this morning. The...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk An influential warlord in PNG’s Hela province has handed himself in to security forces in the wake of mass killings last...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s threat to pursue anyone who impedes investment has worried environmental activists who said that such actions could...

By Duke Menango in Noumea The provincial elections last Sunday have shaken the political landscape in New Caledonia with an upheaval in the Southern province...

EMTV News reports on the latest defections from Prime Minister Peter O'Neill's government. Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk The latest group of Papua New Guinea MPs who...

Police say some people decided to take the law into their own hands and marched through some streets of the capital, fighting, causing public...

The 2018 School of Communication Studies Awards presented at last night's 2019 annual ceremony. School of Communication Studies Award for Top Student in the Certificate...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Hundreds of Auckland mourners shared prayers and tears today for those who lost their lives in New Zealand's double mosque attack...

OPINION: By Sasya Wreksono in Auckland In the 20 years I’ve lived in New Zealand since I was little, I’ve never felt unsafe or been...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk About 100 journalists covered the historic New Caledonian independence referendum last weekend, with media from Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand and...

The countdown to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Papua New Guinea is well underway. As the PNG government finalises preparations for this...

Papua New Guinea has shown unwavering commitment to next month’s Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation summit with its controversial purchase of 40 Maserati luxury sedans....

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Advocacy groups have called on children and young people to defeat the "ultimate supervillain" – silence – to help end violence...

Vanuatu says New Zealand should get on the right side of history and support West Papuan self-determination. However, reports James Halpin of Asia Pacific...