By Jemima Garrett of ABC Pacific Beat A feasibility study for the first large-scale copper and gold mine in Papua New Guinea's environmentally-sensitive Sepik River...

Lifting of the mining moratorium on Bougainville has hoodwinked the majority of people on Bougainville, says the Bougainville Freedom Movement. In March 2016, the Autonomous...

As Television New Zealand's news boss calls for the ban on Barbara Dreaver entering Fiji to be lifted, the Pacific correspondent has responded to...

By Rocky Issou and NauFM News The Unitech administration in Papua New Guinea's second city of Lae has condemned last week's shooting by police of...

The EMTV News report yesterday about the Mt Hagen high school arrests following social media images of the police opening fire on students at...

Graphic student footage of police firing on protesters on Wednesday at the University of Papua New Guinea shows sustained gunfire and tear gas grenades...

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) says it is appalled by a police attack on a woman journalist during a student demonstration that was dispersed violently...

Student journalists at the University of the South Pacific have condemned the Papua New Guinea police for the "highly reckless" open firing into a...

Three hundred and fifty Indonesian soldiers from West Kalimantan’s Tanjungpura Military Command have been assigned to keep peace along the border between Indonesia and...

The bright blue stars known as the Seven Sisters are known for marking the beginning of Matariki - or the Māori New Year. In the...

Auckland University of Technology's annual Samoan Language Week debate - that "technology will be the death of Samoan language" (o le a liu efuefu...

By Nasik Swami in Suva Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has labelled the New Zealand media as "generally hostile". Speaking during the banquet to welcome New Zealand...

Prime Minister Peter O'Neill says the confrontation could have been avoided in a statement to the nation on EM TV News tonight. By Luke Kama...

Shouts of "shut up" and "don't directly insult me" resounded in Papua New Guinea's national Parliament when Rabaul MP Dr Allan Marat asked who...

The shooting of students peacefully protesting in Port Moresby yesterday is a disgraceful attack on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and expression,...

The Media Council of Papua New Guinea has condemned a police assault on a woman journalist during yesterday's confrontation between University of Papua New...

Four University of PNG students were rushed to Port Moresby General Hospital in critical condition earlier today, along with four others with minor injuries. All...

Several students were wounded when police opened fire today with tear gas and with what they said were warning shots against a University of...

The founding father and Governor of East Sepik Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare has condemned the actions of police this morning at the University...

Prime Minister Peter O'Neill announced today that a Commission of Inquiry will be established as soon as possible to investigate this morning’s police shooting...