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By Ella Stewart, RNZ News reporter New Zealanders living overseas say covid-19 is now part of everyday life as cases of the highly-infectious omicron variant...

By Christine Rovoi, RNZ Pacific journalist The Australian government is assisting its citizens stranded in Fiji who also claimed they were mistreated by locals --...

OBITUARY: By Professor Biman Prasad Brij Vilash Lal, banished from the land of his birth by the Bainimarama government in November 2009 for championing democracy...

By Anneke Smith, RNZ News political reporter New Zealand's condemnation of Hong Kong's Legislative Council elections reflects a "hardening stance" towards China, says a leading...

RNZ News More moves to tighten the New Zealand's borders may be needed on top of the decision to delay the start of the self-isolation...

RNZ Pacific A leftwing candidate in the French presidential race, Jean-Luc Melenchon, says the outcome of New Caledonia's independence referendum is a catastrophe. He held a...

ANALYSIS: By David Robie “Loyalist” New Caledonians handed France the decisive victory in the third and final referendum on independence it wanted in Sunday’s vote. But...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Sue Ahearn, co-editor of The Pacific Newsroom Did you notice anything different about the news coverage of the recent unrest in Honiara? Those...

By Robert Iroga in Honiara The Royal Solomon Islands Police Force (RSIPF) has appealed to opposition leader Matthew Wale to "stop interfering" with police investigations...

By Robert Iroga in Honiara Solomon Islands police have arrested 217 suspects connected to the three days of rioting and looting in the capital Honiara...

RNZ Pacific The New Zealand government is deploying dozens of Defence Force and police personnel to Honiara in the coming days "to help restore peace...

RNZ Pacific Fiji is the latest regional country to announce it is sending security forces to Solomon Islands where major unrest rocked the capital. Days of...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A contingent of 50 Republic of Fiji Military Forces troops flew to Honiara today to help restore security and stability in...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk An editorial in the Chinese English-language mouthpiece Global Times has accused Australia -- and the United States -- of "conniv with...

RNZ Pacific The Governor General of Solomon Islands has declared a nightly curfew in the troubled capital Honiara, after a third day of looting and...

RNZ Pacific Police in Solomon Islands were overrun as rioters and looters tore through the capital Honiara. RNZ Pacific correspondent in Honiara, Elizabeth Osifelo, said exhausted...

By Robert Iroga in Honiara A defiant Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has vowed tonight that he will not resign and will defend Solomon Islands democracy...

ANALYSIS: By Robert Hales, Griffith University and Brendan Mackey, Griffith University After two hard-fought weeks of negotiations, the Glasgow climate change summit is, at last,...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk The Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI) has appealed to news media that reported on intimidation against the parents and relatives of...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Australia is accused of using "diplomatic strong-arm tactics" to water down outcomes in Pacific climate negotiations and "buy silence" on climate...

By Peter Kenny in Geneva The Pacific Islands are in grave danger and at the frontline of global climate change and the United Nations Conference...

ANALYSIS: By Kalinga Seneviratne in Sydney Indonesia’s popular tourism islands of Bali opened for tourism last week, while Thailand announced that from November 1 vaccinated...