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RNZ News Aotearoa New Zealand's Green Party has again urged the government to step up its condemnation of Iran. About 50 protesters burned headscarves and passports...

RNZ Pacific The Autonomous Bougainville Government (ABG) wants to delay the next meeting of the Joint Supervisory Body with the Papua New Guinea government, claiming...

By Phoebe Gwangilo in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea's Education Department headquarters in Waigani, National Capital District (NCD), will be locked by 5pm on Monday...

By Marjorie Finkeo in Port Moresby Eight policemen attached to Mt Hagen police division have been identified as suspects in an election-related shooting that resulted...

By Susana Suisuiki, RNZ Pacific journalist A ni-Vanuatu and Melanesian advocate in New Zealand says the country's Pacific ministry has overlooked Melanesian communities in its...

RNZ News An academic says hostage diplomacy is a well-known tactic of the Iranian regime and New Zealanders should not go to the country. Topher Richwhite...

RNZ Pacific One of eight West Papuan activists who raised the banned Morning Star flag of independence in a protest last December has died. Zode Hilapok's...

By Rebecca Kuku in Port Moresby At least 32 people have been killed in an all-out war between Kulumata and Kuboma tribes in Milne Bay’s...

By Finau Fonua and Lydia Lewis, RNZ Pacific journalists More than 30 people have been confirmed dead by Papua New Guinea government official Nelson Tauyuwada...

PNG Post-Courier Thirty people are reported to have been killed and many seriously injured in the worst tribal warfare on Kiriwina Island in Papua New...

RNZ Pacific None of the parties making up New Caledonia's pro-independence Kanak and Socialist National Liberation Front (FLNKS) will attend this week's talks in France...

By Gorethy Kenneth in Port Moresby Bougainville President Ishmael Toroama says Bougainville’s future as an independent sovereign nation is inevitable and nothing can change the...

RNZ Pacific The results of Vanuatu's snap election have been released, but it is not clear who has come out on top. The official results have...

RNZ Pacific Fiji's weather office predicts that up to seven tropical cyclones may affect several Pacific countries in the coming cyclone season -- and up...

By Susana Suisuiki, RNZ Pacific journalist About 23,000 Melanesians live in Aotearoa and yesterday they had their first very own festival showcasing their diverse cultures. Fijians...

Asia Pacific Report Louis Kotra Uregei, an emblematic and radical figure in the independence struggle in New Caledonia, has died aged 71, announced the Union...

Asia Pacific Report Indonesian police have arrested Buchtar Tabuni, one of West Papua’s most important liberation leaders, along with three other United Liberation Movement for...

By Andrew Anton Mako in Port Moresby “When we don’t have any of these copper and gold mines anymore, where are we headed?” This quote is...

RNZ Pacific A woman candidate appears to have won a seat for the first time in Vanuatu in more than a decade in unofficial results...

By Finau Fonua, RNZ Pacific journalist The Fijiana are one step away from reaching the quarterfinals of the Women's Rugby World Cup -- but they...

RNZ Pacific The new French High Commissioner to French Polynesia has heard calls for support and compensation for atolls close to the test sites of...

COMMENTARY: By Wadan Narsey There is a shameful public tragedy unfolding day by day as the Bainimarama government tries to stop a potential political candidate,...