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By Kelvin Anthony, RNZ Pacific journalist in Port Vila The leaders of five Melanesian countries and territories avoided a definitive update on the status of...

By Christina Persico, RNZ Pacific An international relations professor says that if New Zealand joins AUKUS it could impact on its relations with Pacific countries. AUKUS...

PNG Post-Courier French President Emmanuel Macron jets into Port Moresby late tomorrow for his historic visit to Papua New Guinea and will be met by...

RNZ News Prime Minister Chris Hipkins says New Zealand's largest ever trade delegation to China has been "knocking on open doors". Hipkins held a media briefing...

COMMENTARY: By John Minto The last 10 days has seen the entire media focus (aside from the ubiquitous concern for the All Black prospects in...

COMMENTARY: By Yamin Kogoya Sixty years ago today -- on 15 August 1962 -- the fate of a newly born nation-state West Papua was stolen...

RNZ Pacific The Solomon Islands government has prompted anger by ordering the censorship of the national broadcaster. The government of Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has forbidden...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Frontline investigative articles on Aotearoa New Zealand’s 23-day Parliament protester siege, social media disinformation and Asia-Pacific media changes and adaptations are...

By Geraldine Panapasa in Suva Climate change remains the single greatest existential threat facing the Blue Pacific, as leaders concluded the biggest diplomatic regional meeting...

RNZ Pacific The Solomon Islands government has confirmed the much anticipated high-level visit by the Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi to the country is ahead...

By Walter Zweifel, RNZ French Pacific reporter The Kanak people will not accept France's attempt to "recolonise" New Caledonia, a pro-independence delegate has told the...

COMMENTARY: By Keeara Ofren Many of you will know that I am Filipina. The past few days have been quite a journey following the Philippine...

By Russell Palmer, RNZ News digital journalist Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her Singaporean counterpart Lee Hsien Loong have added a focus on climate...

ANALYSIS: By Transform Aqorau in Honiara It has been an interesting couple of weeks for Solomon Islands, with stories of policing, weapons, replica weapons and...

ANALYSIS: By Sarah Kendall, The University of Queensland This week, the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security released its much anticipated report on national...

COMMENTARY: By John Minto in Christchurch On December 30, New Zealand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade published a tweet condemning the forced closure of...

By Lice Movono, RNZ Pacific correspondent in Suva The United States insists it is a Pacific nation and has unveiled a raft of new strategies...

By Robert Iroga in Honiara After a day of political showdown that at times involved shouting battles and personal clashes, the much anticipated motion of...

RNZ Pacific The Solomon Islands prime minister came in for searing criticism when he faced a confidence vote in Parliament today. A motion of no confidence...

ANALYSIS: By Transform Aqorau The riots in Honiara yesterday, disturbing the city’s normally quiet atmosphere, were unexpected but not surprising. Someone made reference to a possible...

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,...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk New Zealand's largest ever crowd in support of migrant rights gathered in Auckland's Aotea Square at the weekend in triple protests...