One of Australia’s leading human rights organisations has spoken out in support of the retention of a mural in Darwin’s central business district  that...

Report and video story by TJ Aumua for Asia Pacific Report Name: Jale Samuwai Curuki Age: 30 Occupation: PhD candidate, University of the South Pacific Passion: Accounting, climate...

By Hans Nicholas Jong in Jakarta With few commitments to curb cigarette consumption, Indonesia is poised to have the largest population of smokers in the...

By Vanuatu Daily Digest Imagine With Me is a new Vanuatu Tourism Office promotion video shot in several spectacular locations around Efate island by local production...

By Marc Lino Abila in Manila The College Editors Guild of the Philippines (CEGP) is most deeply disturbed by President-elect Rodrigo Duterte’s statement that murdered...

OPINION: By Crispin C. Maslog in Manila Let me start by saying I was not your best fan during the elections. I normally do not...

Language and culture can tell us a lot about where we come from. For these New Zealand-born Samoans, this at the heart of truly...

Ruth Rungala of EM TV News reports on the National Court granting students right to seek a judicial review of UPNG's eviction order last...

By Annette Kora in Port Moresby A TV Wan female journalist and two National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) reporters in Papua New Guinea have been assaulted...

EMTV News ACP headlines on YouTube. By Meleasie Goviro in Port Moresby Representing the Pacific Islands at the official opening of the African Caribbean and Pacific...

Digicel Asia-Pacific, a digital communications leader in developing markets, has joined the Business Call to Action (BCtA) with a commitment to make digital communications,...

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is outraged by Philippines President-elect Rodrigo Duterte’s comment that corrupt journalists are legitimate murder targets and urges the Philippine media...

By Nasik Swami in Suva The Fiji government has no say in the Adopt a School programme by donor countries, Parliament has been told in...

By Freddy Mou in Port Moresby More than 4500 Indonesian soldiers have been moved to Wamena in the Highlands of West Papua region of Indonesia,...

By Ruth Rungala in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea's National Court has granted leave to the University of PNG Student Representative Council to apply further...

ANALYSIS: By Professor Ian Shirley New Zealand's 2016 budget offered Auckland nothing in the way of vision or hope and it continued the National government’s...

East New Britain Students Association members from the University of Papua New Guinea are calling on Prime Minster Peter O'Neill to step down and...

By Freddy Mou in Port Moresby Opposition Leader Don Polye has called on Papua New Guinea's police hierarchy to immediately release students detained in the...

Octovianus Mote, secretary-general of the United Liberation Movement for West Papua, says he has been refused entry to Papua New Guinea without any reason...

By Carmella Gware in Lae University students carrying out awareness in the Highlands region of Papua New Guinea have received overwhelming support from the rural...