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RNZ Pacific The new French High Commissioner to French Polynesia has heard calls for support and compensation for atolls close to the test sites of...

RNZ Pacific The president of New Caledonia's Southern Province Sonia Backès has been given a post in France's reshuffled and enlarged 42-member government. The prime minister...

RNZ Pacific In an unprecedented result, French Polynesia's pro-independence Tavini Huiraatira Party candidates have won a clean sweep of all three seats in the French...

By Walter Zweifel, RNZ French Pacific reporter The Kanak people will not accept France's attempt to "recolonise" New Caledonia, a pro-independence delegate has told the...

ANALYSIS: By Isabelle Gerretsen Last Sunday, Emmanuel Macron was re-elected France’s president, beating far-right and anti-EU candidate Marine Le Pen. “Making France a great green nation,...

RNZ Pacific The French Pacific territories have shown their support for President Emmanuel Macron at the polls, but with a much lower voter turnout than...

ANALYSIS: By Marwan Bishara The French have done it again. Despite having been utterly scandalised by the result of their own vote in the 2017...

RNZ Pacific Several pro-independence parties in New Caledonia are urging supporters to boycott the second round of the French presidential elections this Sunday. The election pits...

By Walter Zweifel, RNZ Pacific reporter As the French Pacific is gearing up for Sunday's first round of the French presidential election, incumbent President Emmanuel...

RNZ Pacific A committee has been set up in New Caledonia to support the re-election of French President Emmanuel Macron although he is yet to...

RNZ Pacific New Caledonia's pro-independence umbrella organisation says it does not recognise the legitimacy and validity of the third and final referendum on independence from...

RNZ Pacific Leading French politicians have welcomed New Caledonia's rejection of independence, but pro-independence leaders have dismissed the result. More than 96 percent voted against independence...

RNZ Pacific A pro-independence delegation from New Caledonia has left for New York to raise its opposition to the independence referendum due this Sunday with...

COMMENTARY: By Ena Manuireva with Tony Fala In imperial and colonial contexts, dominant groups express their power in three ways: colonisation of the bodies of...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk French President Emmanuel Macron said this week that Paris owed “a debt” to French Polynesia over nuclear tests conducted in the...

RNZ Pacific France and French Polynesia have agreed to jointly spend US$60 million to build 17 cyclone shelters across the Tuamotu archipelago. This was announced on...

By Jean-Pierre Viatge in Pape'ete Fifteen days after Tahiti Nui's anti-nuclear protest on July 2, the Tavini Huiraatira party has organised a march Mā'ohi Lives...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The traditional parade on France's national day returns today after a one-year hiatus due to the covid-19 pandemic, reports France 24. European...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The French government has denied any cover-up over radiation levels in the Pacific following its nuclear testing in the region, as...

By Walter Zweifel, RNZ Pacific reporter While a Paris roundtable about the legacy of nuclear tests at Moruroa and Fangataufa atolls is eagerly awaited by...

RNZ Pacific French Polynesia's pro-independence leader Oscar Temaru says high-level talks on France's nuclear legacy due in Paris this month should be held at the...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Max Uechtritz On Saturday, 30 years ago in 1988, I smelled death for the first time – literally. A sickening, almost suffocating, stench...