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Papua New Guinea’s Supreme Court has ruled Australia’s detention of asylum seekers on Manus Island is illegal. A copy of the PNG Supreme Court judgment...

Al Jazeera's Jamela Alindogan reports on the Philippine army defending its operations against the armed Abu Sayyaf group in the south of the country...

Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Peter O'Neill says recent calls by former prime minister and the country's founding leader Sir Michael Somare to leave...

By Damon Jones and Bill Hare The world took a collective sigh of relief in the last days of 2015, when countries came together to...

After more than half a century without clarity on the identity of perpetrators or those who orchestrated the event, some survivors and victims of...

Twenty-nine veterans of Timor-Leste’s struggle for national liberation will be visiting Australia next week to meet with members of the local veteran community and...

While abroad for a study exchange year in Melbourne, Connor Woodman discovered that Indonesia’s effort to thwart the independence movement of its troubled Papuan...

By Thompson Marango in Port Vila The Supreme Court decision to ban the 14 convicted former MPs from holding public offices in Vanuatu for 10...

By Arnold Belau in Jayapura Indonesian security forces have arrested 15 West Papua National Committee (KNPB) activists and vandalised the KNPB secretariat in Kaimana district,...

Pacific Media Watch contributing editor TJ Aumua won the SPASIFIK Magazine Prize and Storyboard Award for diversity reporting at AUT's School of Communication Studies...

Video clip of the final "living document" declaration by Pacific journalists and media officers at the human rights forum in Nadi, Fiji, over the...

Anti-corruption police have arrested and charged a Papua New Guinea Supreme Court judge with judicial corruption, reports Loop PNG. Judge Bernard Sakora, 68, of the...

By Bryan Bruce I spoke at my first parliamentary Select Committee hearing in New Zealand this week. It was on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) and...

The Panama Papers have shone a most welcome  - and long overdue  light into the murky world of tax havens, offshore trusts and shell...

The Asian Human Rights Commission has condemned the forced dispersal of peaceful Papuan protesters and their illegal arrest in Kampung Bhintuka-SP13 field in Mimika,...

By Fardah Pewarta in Jakarta Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan and his delegation's recent trip to Fiji and Papua...

WARNING: Shocking images. Citizen video footage of the Philippines security forces in their increasingly savage use of force against the protesting farmers. Video: Kilab...

By Sharyn Graham Davies Indonesia is experiencing an unprecedented wave of anti-LGBT sentiment. If there was a single event that has incited the current wave of...

By Matilda Simmons in Suva As quickly as Tropical Cyclone Zena arrived, it has dissipated dramatically. According to the latest data it would be difficult to...

Transparency International New Zealand has been warning the government about weaknesses in corporate ownership and trust legislation for more than 15 years, says the...

A trailer for the Panama Papers global investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists into the sprawling, secretive industry of offshore that the...

Only weeks after category 5 Cyclone Winston ripped through the country, Fiji is once again facing extreme weather conditions due to the presence of...
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