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ANALYSIS: By Rhonda Garad, Monash University; Joanne Enticott, Monash University, and Rebecca Patrick, Deakin University As we write this article, the delta strain of covid-19...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk National Capital District Governor Powes Parkop has challenged Port Moresby’s almost bottom ranking in the 2021 edition of The Economist Intelligence...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The University of the South Pacific (USP) has been ranked 11th for "crisis management" by the World Universities with Real Impact...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The leader of Fiji's opposition National Federation Party has condemned the government’s strategy for dealing with the coronavirus pandemic as having...

RNZ News An international panel co-chaired by former prime minister Helen Clark is calling for urgent reform of the world's pandemic preparedness. In its review, the...

By Charlie Dreaver, RNZ News political reporter Cook Island businesses holding out for much needed tourists have now got a reprieve with a travel bubble...

RNZ Pacific New Zealand expects to open a two-way travel bubble with the Cook Islands in May and is planning a vaccination campaign there. The leaders...

ANALYSIS: By Brendon Blue for The Democracy Project The day after New Zealand's first lockdown was announced, I expressed to a senior colleague my concern...

ANALYSIS: By Michael Toole, Burnet Institute One year ago today, the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared covid-19 a pandemic, the first caused by a coronavirus. As...

OPEN LETTER: By Gary Juffa in Port Moresby Dear all, I had covid-19. I am now covid-free for 13 days now. Not sure where I contracted it,...

By RNZ Pacific Passengers from the Cook Islands will resume quarantine-free travel into New Zealand from next week, the two governments have confirmed. NZ Prime Minister...

By RNZ News The New Zealand government will allow 1000 foreign students to enter the country from April as part of the recovery plan for...

By Eric Frykberg, RNZ News Reporter The New Zealand government has offered help to the under-pressure horticultural sector by allowing 2000 registered seasonal employer...

COMMENT: By Bryan Bruce The covid 19 coronavirus is so small it is estimated around 500 million of them could fit onto a pin head....

ANALYSIS: By Richard Shaw, Massey University; Bronwyn Hayward, University of Canterbury; Jack Vowles, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington; Jennifer Curtin, and...

By RNZ News The Green Party say voters have given a strong signal they are valued in the New Zealand government, and they have ambitions...

By RNZ News New Zealand's Labour leader Jacinda Ardern received a rapturous reception when she walked on stage at the Auckland Town Hall this evening. With...

By RNZ News Seventeen passengers from New Zealand who travelled to Sydney under the trans-Tasman bubble arrangements have been caught entering Melbourne, reports the ABC. The...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Sri Krishnamurthi of Pacific Media Watch In this new covid-19 world, environmental and climate crisis defenders are developing new ways to cope...

This special debate, held 29 September 2020, aimed to present and discuss approaches on reopening schools or resuming classes post-covid-19. The panellists also gave...

By RNZ Pacific New Zealand's Minister for Pacific Peoples, 'Aupito William Sio, says a total of 264 groups and individuals have successfully applied for the...

ANALYSIS: By Geoffrey Ford, University of Canterbury; Bronwyn Hayward, University of Canterbury, and Kevin Watson, University of Canterbury When New Zealand Health Minister Chris Hipkins...