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RNZ Pacific Indonesian anti-curruption authorities have arrested Papua Governor Lukas Enembe on allegations of bribery. The Jakarta Globe called the arrest by the Corruption Eradication Commission...

RNZ Pacific France's highest court has revived French Polynesia's largest corruption case, which had been closed almost more than three years ago. Eight people, including former...

By Agus Rahmat in Jakarta Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) has condemned the phenomena of former corruption convicts becoming active again in political parties after serving...

By Timoci Vula in Suva Fiji lawyer and former human rights activist Imrana Jalal has offered a "warning" to her motherland that should people be...

ANALYSIS: By Grant Walton, Husnia Hushang and Neelesh Gounder In 2006, Fiji’s current Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama, seized power from a government that had been...

By Giff Johnson, editor, Marshall Islands Journal and RNZ Pacific correspondent in Majuro Three months after their extradition from Thailand to face bribery and money...

By Laurens Ikinia Many organisations, NGOs, churches and student leaders have called on the Indonesian government in Jakarta to consider Papua Governor Lukas Enembe’s health...

ANALYSIS: By Kyle Delbyck of the TrialWatch Initiative Journalist Muhammad Asrul is awaiting word from Indonesia’s Supreme Court about whether he will spend further time...

By Peter Korugl of the PNG Post-Courier “Shame on yous!” ... these are the three powerful words Julie Soso, former governor and candidate for the...

By Diana G. Mendoza in Manila The Philippine media described him as “Steady Eddie,” a warrior and survivor, and an accidental hero of the world-renowned...

RNZ Pacific Former prime ministers, an opposition leader, and an ex-central bank governor have added their voices to a growing chorus of concerns about the...

By Marjorie Finkeo in Port Moresby Allegations of young women being traded for votes in several parts of the Highlands region during Papua New Guinea's...

By Thierry Lepani in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea's Justice Minister and Madang MP Bryan Kramer has been referred to the Public Prosecutor by the...

RNZ Pacific Strengthening democracy and rolling back corruption in the Pacific must be front of mind for Pacific leaders meeting with the US Secretary of...

RNZ Pacific French Polynesia's former president Gaston Flosse says he is in mourning because the French state has signed his political death by banning him...

RNZ Pacific France's highest court has upheld a corruption conviction of French Polynesia's former president Gaston Flosse, effectively ending his political career. It confirmed a 2020...

RNZ Pacific The House of Representatives in the Northern Marianas has voted to impeach Governor Ralph Torres, approving six articles of impeachment against him. With 15...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Ella Kelleher The violent protests which erupted in major cities across Kazakhstan over the past week, fueled by the people’s fury over...

By Sri Krishnamurthi for Asia-Pacific Report Allegations of corruption, nepotism and bad governance at the Lautoka-based University of Fiji have been made by a whistleblower...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Alexander Rheeney It was probably one of those rare times when I “became the news” as a journalist. I had accompanied Greenpeace activists...

THE VILLAGE EXPLAINER: By Dan McGarry in Port Vila One of the key characteristics of Melanesian politics is its ability to remain formless and chaotic...

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...