By Serah Aupong in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea's long standing university student unrest is costing the country's higher education sector financially, and is also...

A group of men armed with bush knives attacked a student last night in the male dormitories at Papua New Guinea's University of Technology...

By Denise Yeo A two-week journalism stint in Fiji, dubbed “Bearing Witness”, has lent new perspectives on the effects of climate change on AUT journalism...

By Ami Dhabuwala Migrants from Gujarat who are living in Auckland have set up a theatre and literature group to celebrate their mother tongue. The group’s...

Members of Sydney’s Pacific Islander community and supporters are kayaking down Sydney Harbour to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s harbourside residence today to protest against...

When EMTV News arrived at the UPNG main campus yesterday, students were armed with bush knives, stones, sticks and metal bars as they chased...

OPINION: By Amando Doronila in Canberra Let there be no mistake about this. Since his proclamation by Congress as President-elect,  Rodrigo Duterte has engaged the...

The Solomon Islands and Vanuatu have condemned the "unresolved" human rights violations in West Papua by Indonesian security forces, saying they have continued in...

By Peter Solo Kinjap in Port Moresby Students from the University of Papua New Guinea reportedly clashed with Uniforce Security Service guards today, leading to...

Black smoke was billowing from the University of Papua New Guinea Uniforce security base at Waigani today after cars were set ablaze. A UPNG staff...

By Charles Yapumi in Vanimo West Papuans who have been living in Papua New Guinea for many decades will be granted citizenship soon. The PNG Immigration...

Senior police officers have been given a week's refresher training in the use of firearms following an uproar over the force opening fire on...

Two digital journalists based in Makassar, in the region of South Sulawesi, Indonesia, have been attacked while attending an event held by Makassar branch...

By TJ Aumua Media experts say journalism institutions lack the resources needed to raise the quality and awareness of environmental reportage in the Asia-Pacific region. Widely...

ANALYSIS: By John Braddock Fiji’s Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama used what would normally have been a bland official speech in Suva earlier this month to...

By Sally Pokiton in Port Moresby An urgent application filed by the Students Representative Council president Kenneth Rapa against the University of Papua New Guinea...

The Otago Foreign Policy School next month will explore the complex and evolving interaction between government policy making and “old” and “new” forms of...

"Shoot me!" The voices of Sri Lankan refugees - a heartbreaking video. Indonesian authorities refuse to allow the 44 Sri Lankans  leave a boat...

After monitoring 20 months of the human rights situation in Papua and West Papua provinces under Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s administration, the Asian Human...

Le Va, in partnership with Pasifika media, has launched the "Pasifika media guidelines for reporting suicide". This whiteboard video provides an overview. See Samoa...