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OPINION: By Crispin C. Maslog in Manila Let me start by saying I was not your best fan during the elections. I normally do not...

Students of the University of Papua New Guinea gathered early yesterday morning at the forum square on the Waigani campus to vote for a...

"Guns, goons and the presidency", a current affairs video about Rodrigo Duterte, the leading candidate in the Philippines elections on Monday. Video: Al Jazeera's...

"I hear the voice of my granddaughter saying climate action now," sing protesters at the main entrance to the SkyCity convention centre. Video: Del...

Democracy has died and been reborn several times in different countries in the region, writes Mong Palatino. On March 2, 1962, General Ne Win led...

OPINION: By Tess Newton Cain in Port Vila In September 2014, after 8 years of military rule, the people of Fiji went to the polls. The...

Thousands of protesters in Chile and Peru - as well as in New Zealand - protested against the signing of the controversial Trans Pacific...

Pacific Media Centre OPINION: By Professor Jane Kelsey In New Zealand, we dared to declare ourselves nuclear-free in the 1980s - dire warnings that ditching the...

Vanuatu Loop The former Lands Minister, Ralph Regenvanu, says he is available for the position of Vanuatu's next Prime Minister, Vanuatu Loop reports. Regenvanu's Graon mo...

Pacific Media Centre The Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement has been signed at Sky City in Auckland today as the downtown heart of New Zealand's largest...

Dr Biman Prasad, leader of Fiji's Opposition National Federation Party, suspended for 30 days yesterday by the Fijian Elections Office, assesses the country's "deeply...

Transparency International NZ New Zealand has fallen to fourth place in the Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index - the second consecutive drop in a survey...

From Indepth News By Shailendra Singh in Suva Discussions about the concept of "Global Citizenship" are gaining momentum in various international forums, but remain largely unexplored...

Report from Evening Report By Selwyn Manning in Auckland New Zealand Trade Minister Todd McClay yesterday released the National Interest Analysis (NIA), a document tasked to...

Report from Pacific Media Watch A leading critic of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement last night showed off "Tim the dead rat" to rousing cheers,...

From Democracy Now With just weeks to go, polls show Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is edging ahead of front-runner Hillary Clinton in the primary season’s...