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ANALYSIS: By Jonathan Liljeblad, Australian National University Since the coup in Myanmar on February 1, the international community has struggled to agree on coherent action...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Much of the Timor-Leste capital of Dili has been heavily flooded with rivers bursting their banks after three days of heavy...

By Antonio Sampaio in Dili Hundreds of people, many of them students, mobbed exit routes out of the Timorese capital Dili on Good Friday seeking...

COMMENT: By Jackson Kiakari in Port Moresby I am from the Papua New Guinea generation that was born in the 1980s, raised in the 1990s...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The Chinese worker who left police custody on the way to the airport on Thursday night had a charge of absconding...

ANALYSIS: By Denis Muller, The University of Melbourne There has been a lot of talk lately about the need for cultural change in Australia's Parliament...

By Jason Brown in Auckland Worldwide anti-corruption rankings – or first world whitewash? Long-standing questions about the fairness of corruption ratings and rankings from Transparency...

By Arjuna Pademme in Jayapura The Indonesian government appears to be at a loss about how to quell the struggle of the Free Papua Organisation...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Graeme Acton As the military junta in Myanmar continues its brutal attempt to subdue nationwide protests following February's coup, New Zealand-based Myanmar...

RNZ Pacific Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister has warned citizens against relying on information on Facebook to guide their approach to vaccines. James Marape was speaking...

COMMENTARY: A postgraduate researcher view by Ena Manuireva Year 2020 was the annus horribilis worldwide due to the deadly coronavirus pandemic. Recently the Fiji government...

By Reiner Brabar in Sorong, West Papua Scores of activists from the Papua People's Solidarity Against Racism (SPMR) have held a free speech forum in...

By Colin Peacock, RNZ Mediawatch presenter The New Zealand government has appointed eight people to oversee a business case for a new public media entity...

By Jeffrey Elapa in Vanimo, PNG The West Sepik administration is not happy with the way illegal border crossers are being handled by the Indonesian...

THE KNIGHTLY VIEWS: By Gavin Ellis For many years I thought universities were the ideal place to establish centres of investigative journalism excellence. Now I’m...

ANALYSIS: By Misha Ketchell, The Conversation When the first whispers started to circulate about The Conversation I was working behind the scenes for Media Watch...

RNZ Pacific Police in Solomon Islands say they cannot successfully secure the western border with Papua New Guinea and stop the spread of covid-19 without...

By Laurens Ikinia in Auckland Nickson Stevi Yikwa had a dream. As a Papuan student, he wanted to gain a commercial pilot's licence in New...

By Clifford Faiparik in Port Moresby Eleven new covid-19 coronavirus deaths were reported in Papua New Guinea on Friday and Saturday, raising the country’s death...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A bomb believed to have been detonated by two suicide attackers in Indonesia exploded outside a Catholic cathedral in Makassar, South...

By Marjorie Finkeo in Port Moresby Thirty Papua New Guinea Defence Force soldiers are working with other security personnel and the NCD covid-19 team to...

Catherine Mori is the oldest female employee in the Customs and Tax Administration in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM). And she may well...