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ANALYSIS: By Matt McDonald, The University of Queensland For 30 years, developing nations have fought to establish an international fund to pay for the “loss...

ANALYSIS: By Htwe Htwe Thein, Curtin University The fate of Myanmar has major implications for a free and open Indo-Pacific. An undemocratic Myanmar serves no one’s...

Photos and text from the RNZ Pacific team Toa Samoa supporters gathered in cities around the world to watch the Rugby League World Cup...

By Felix Chaudhary in Suva Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem has issued a legal direction to The Fiji Times to remove an article which he...

By Rachael Nath, RNZ Pacific journalist After two weeks of negotiations at the United Nations’ Climate Change Conference (COP27) talks at an Egyptian resort, it...

GRUBSHEET: By Graham Davis With barely four weeks to go to the election, students and staff at the regional University of the South Pacific have...

Asia Pacific Report The solidarity group West Papua Action Aotearoa has criticised New Zealand for not "being stronger" over growing global concern about Indonesian...

ANALYSIS: By Nick Kelly, Queensland University of Technology and Marcus Foth, Queensland University of Technology The Pacific nation of Tuvalu is planning to create a...

By Kelvin Anthony, RNZ Pacific regional correspondent The Fijian Elections Office has given the green light to 342 candidates from nine political parties and two...

Raekaihau Press Owen Wilkes (1940–2005) was known throughout the Pacific and across the world as an outstanding researcher on peace and disarmament. His work: • exposed plans...

ANALYSIS: By Alexander Gillespie, University of Waikato Since Jacinda Ardern described the state of world affairs as “bloody messy” earlier this year there have been...

Tabloid Jubi in Jayapura The chair of the Papua Customary Council (DAP), Dominggus Surabut, says the council along with a coalition of civil organisations have...

By Lydia Lewis, RNZ Pacific reporter, and Hilaire Bule, RNZ correspondent in Port Vila Ishmael Kalsakau was elected today unopposed as the 13th Prime Minister...

ANALYSIS: By Khairiah A. Rahman "On the ground, there is a sense of disquiet and distrust of the organisers’ motivations for the hui, as some...

By Rachael Nath, RNZ Pacific journalist A platform has been dedicated to bolster the Pacific leadership at the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference of...

RNZ Pacific The daughter of West Papuan human rights advocate Filep Karma who died on Tuesday aged 63 has confirmed that he died in a...

COMMENTARY: By Michael Field The ruling FijiFirst Party has released its candidate list for the general election on December 14. With it came some dubious biographies...

ANALYSIS: By Nathan Cooper, University of Waikato While ostensibly about improving Aotearoa New Zealand’s water infrastructure, the government’s proposed Three Waters reforms have instead become...

By Laurens Ikinia Many organisations, NGOs, churches and student leaders have called on the Indonesian government in Jakarta to consider Papua Governor Lukas Enembe’s health...

OBITUARY: By Andreas Harsono in Jakarta Filep Karma, a prominent Papuan activist and former political prisoner, was found dead  yesterday on a beach in...

RNZ Pacific One of New Caledonia's pro-independence parties, Palika, says it is prepared to meet the French ministers due in Noumea this month to follow...

Asia Pacific Report Human rights campaigner Filep Karma, the most famous West Papuan former political prisoner, was found dead early today on a beach in...