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Asia Pacific Report Greenpeace claimed today claimed New Zealand's extreme rain and flooding crisis in the North Island at the weekend as a "climate disaster". "As...

By Repeka Nasiko in Suva Fiji was regarded a bully, flexing its muscle as a selfish and arrogant player in regional forums, claims Association of...

ANALYSIS: By Merewalesi Yee, The University of Queensland; Annah Piggott-McKellar, Queensland University of Technology; Celia McMichael, The University of Melbourne, and Karen E McNamara,...

ANALYSIS: By Matt McDonald, The University of Queensland For 30 years, developing nations have fought to establish an international fund to pay for the “loss...

By Akansha Narayan in Suva Award-winning University of the South Pacific student journalist Sera Tikotikoivatu-Sefeti says Pacific voices on the climate fight need to be...

RNZ News Hundreds of people in Nelson in Aotearoa New Zealand's South Island spent the night out of their homes and a state of emergency...

RNZ Pacific The media has been taken to task for doom-laden climate crisis presentations in a speech at an international workshop -- and told to...

RNZ News Addressing media on developments at the Pacific Islands Forum in Suva, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says making sure the region is investing now...

By Susana Suisuiki, RNZ Pacific journalist An Aotearoa New Zealand-based Fijian professor of Pacific studies says the increase in the frequency of natural disasters and...

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

RNZ News Deeper and and more rapid cuts in greenhouse gas emissions are needed to limit the worst effects of global warming, a climate scientist...

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...

ANALYSIS: By Nathan Cooper, University of Waikato As the New Zealand government prepares to deal with a looming omicron outbreak, this will not be the...

ANALYSIS: By David Robie in Auckland The Pacific year has closed with growing tensions over sovereignty and self-determination issues and growing stress over the ravages...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Journalists and journalism are waging a global struggle for survival and for “truth” against fake news and alternative facts, say two...

By Sri Krishnamurthi for Asia-Pacific Report Both the INEOS and Altrad logos will be emblazoned on the All Blacks jerseys and shorts for the next...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Chloé Farand, Joe Lo, Isabelle Gerretsen and Megan Darby After a series of tense huddles, more than 24 hours into overtime, the gavel went...

RNZ Pacific Pacific and European Union negotiators have launched the Blue Green Alliance at the COP26 Conference of Parties' climate summit in Glasgow. The EU's Ambassador...

PNG Post-Courier Papua New Guinea -- a country faced with a depressed economy and its public health system on the brink of total collapse due...

By Ajay Bhai Amrit in Suva Critics in Fiji are concerned about climate change hypocrisy at the COP26 Leaders Summit this week. Fiji Times contributor...

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 Talebula Kate Fiji has done its part in the fight against climate change by pushing for the first international accord to include the 1.5-degree...