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COMMENTARY: By Bryan Kramer September 16 - yesterday - marked the 45th year of Independence for Papua New Guinea. It also marked just over a...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Oro Governor Gary Juffa has welcomed a joint investigations team, led by Papua New Guinea's Office of Immigrations and Citizenship Authority,...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Controversial Papua New Guinea citizen Joe Chan has been arrested in Malaysia - this time under the name Djoko Soegiarto Tjandra. And...

Al Jazeera’s documentary on the plight of migrant workers during covid-19 lockdown. ANALYSIS: By Ross Tapsell, of the Australian National University The recent police interrogations of...

ANALYSIS: By Biman Chand Prasad in Suva The recent University of the South Pacific (USP) Council meeting to address governance issues resulting in...

By Katrina Tanirau in Avarua Cook Islands campus backs University of the South Pacific’s attempts to clean out alleged corruption and mismanagement at its Laucala...

Pacific Media Watch After three days of protests by hundreds of students and staff at the regional University of the South Pacific over the treatment...

By Jeremy Mogi in Lae Papua New Guinea police are investigating death threats against Lae City Authorit chief executive Neil Ellery. The threats were sent by...

Pacific Media Centre Papua New Guinea's former Prime Minister Peter O’Neill was granted bail last night at the Waigani National Court after being arrested by...

By RNZ Pacific Papua New Guinea's former Prime Minister Peter O'Neill has been arrested after arriving back in the country. Police say O'Neill was arrested on...

COMMENT: Nik Naidu reflects on the 33rd anniversary of the original - first of four - coups in his homeland of Fiji. Today is the...

Pacific Media Watch Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has called on Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s government to end the "absurd situation" in which Australian investigative journalist...

Pacific Media Watch An award-winning journalist whose reporting on a murder and corruption investigation got her deported from Malaysia has been prevented from boarding a...

By Hans Nicholas Jong in Jakarta Experts have warned that a slate of sweeping deregulation planned by the Indonesian government could prove disastrous for the...

By Llanesca T. Panti in Manila Textbooks should be changed to underscore the atrocities committed by the Philippines martial law regime of former dictator Ferdinand...

The Rappler video feed on the Ampatuan convictions last month. For decades, the feared Ampatuan clan held sway in the impoverished province of Maguindanao in...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Papua New Guinea police have issued a warrant for the arrest of former Prime Minister Peter O'Neill. According to EMTV News, the...

By Michael Andrew The Indonesian media is contributing to resentment and racism toward Papuans, according to a human rights researcher and former journalist. Andreas Harsono of Human...

ANALYSIS: By Keith Jackson Following the election of James Marape’s as Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister, on Sunday, he issued a declaration on Facebook that...

By RNZ Pacific  Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare is coming under increasing pressure from his own MPs to switch the country's political allegiance from...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk The party backing a presidential challenger in today's Indonesian general election claims it is reporting an independent US journalist to police...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Former Solomon Islands Prime Minister Ezekiel Alebua says that while last week's general election was peaceful, he claims it was also...