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Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Indonesia has been accused of a 'disgraceful attack on the people of West Papua' by considering listing the pro-independence militia Organisasi...

RNZ News More than a thousand people have turned out for a rally in central Auckland calling for discrimination against Asians to stop. They claim Asians...

By Kristianto Galuwo in Jayapura The United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP) has responded to comments by the President of the Republic of Indonesia,...

RNZ Pacific New Zealand expects to open a two-way travel bubble with the Cook Islands in May and is planning a vaccination campaign there. The leaders...

RNZ Pacific A new report has found that tuna fishing companies in the Pacific are doing little to stop slavery on their boats. The canned tuna...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk As the covid-19 coronavirus infections continue to rise seemingly unabated, Papua New Guinea's National Pandemic Response Controller David Manning has acted...

RNZ Pacific Unions in Fiji say it is hard to believe the Prime Minister only found out about the controversial draft Police Bill after public...

ANALYSIS: By Brendon Blue for The Democracy Project The day after New Zealand's first lockdown was announced, I expressed to a senior colleague my concern...

COMMENTARY: By Bryan Bruce You can't get the right answer if you keep asking the wrong question. A question this neoliberal New Zealand government and previous...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Indonesian police have made an arbitrary arrest of ffve students holding a peaceful action in front of the Jayapura University of...

RNZ News Today marks one year since Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made the call to put New Zealand into a covid-19 lockdown. At the time, Aotearoa...

Have the New Zealand government’s covid-related messages been getting through to Pacific and non-Pacific ethnic communities in South Auckland? Justin Latif tried to find...

By Sue Ahearn, founder of The Pacific Newsroom and former editor, ABC International A PNG member of Parliament died from covid-19 this week but it...

By Anish Chand in Suva The Fiji Girmit Foundation of New Zealand is opposing moves by the New Zealand government to classify Fiji-Indians as Asians. President...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Two Papua New Guinean security companies currently providing services at the Jacksons International Airport terminal in the capital Port Moresby attacked...

By Jasmine Chia in Bangkok It is an unlikely combination: the white stars of the West Papuan and Myanmar flags, side by side. “West Papua Stands...

RNZ Pacific An 83-year-old woman in Wallis and Futuna has become the first fatality in the French territory's covid-19 outbreak. Earlier this month, she had been...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Timorese authorities have announced that they have detected a record surge in new covid-19 cases - 55 in one day. According to...

ANALYSIS: By Tony Heynen, The University of Queensland; Paul Lant, The University of Queensland, and Vigya Sharma, The University of Queensland Australia’s nearest neighbour, Papua...

By Dominic Godfrey, RNZ Pacific journalist A Pacific social justice movement is calling on the New Zealand government to formally apologise for the Dawn Raids...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The trial of a former US priest accused of child abuse in Timor-Leste due to resume tomorrow at the Oecusse Court...

By Eleisha Foon, RNZ Pacific journalist The race is on to reach Pasifika communities in New Zealand to counter the spread of misinformation about the...