By Michael Andrew Pacific diplomats, academics and youth leaders will gather in Auckland, New Zealand, this week to discuss security, economic development and other pressing...

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 Michael Andrew and Sri Krishnamurthi The true story of one of the Pacific’s great waka builders and sailors has been captured in a stirring...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk University of the South Pacific staff and students have released a rebuttal to former Vice Chancellor Professor Rajesh Chandra’s claim that...

By RNZ Pacific A Solomon Islands province has agreed to lease a large island to a Chinese developer to develop into a special economic zone,...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Indonesia has denied New Zealand diplomats’ requests to visit Papua and assess the conflict and human rights situation in the turbulent...

By RNZ Pacific Australia should help Manus Island develop industries like tourism, a journalist who covers refugee detention in Papua New Guinea has said. Melbourne's Michael...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Young Pasifika performers and artists came together last week for Moana Loloto, a night of indigenous storytelling to explore four pressing...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk A Filipino human rights lawyer has come away uninjured after unidentified motorcyclists fired gunshots into her car on the central Philippines...

Reportage, photography and video by Hugh Bohane – reporting from Hong Kong. As China celebrated the 70th anniversary of the birth of their Communist Party...

By Jamie Tahana of RNZ Pacific For 74-year-old Teaga Esekia, a chief from the Tuvalu island of Vaitupu, the ocean is a lifeblood. "Tuvaluans, they have...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Vanuatu leaders have taken the podium at the United Nations General Assembly to speak out against the military repression of anti-racism...

By RNZ Pacific Journalist organisations in Indonesia have condemned alleged discrimination towards their colleagues by police in West Papua. Three leading journalists in Papua were prevented...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk At least 32 people have been killed and scores more injured in Papua amid fresh protests against racism and police persecution,...

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 Michael Andrew Social media and tech industries have been replicating the ugliest aspects of capitalism from the 1800s, according to an AUT computer science...

By Wansolwara staff in Suva Twelve leading journalists from 11 Pacific Island countries will converge in Suva, Fiji, this Friday to discuss critical issues affecting the region...

By RNZ Pacific Vanuatu and Solomon Islands have raised the issue of human rights abuses against West Papuans at the UN Human Rights Council in...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Thousands of forest fires have been burning across Indonesian Borneo and Sumatra, disrupting air travel, closing schools and sickening thousands of...

By RNZ Pacific Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has said she "regrets and strongly condemns" the Solomon Islands' decision to establish diplomatic relations with China. The Solomons...