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COMMENTARY: By Myles Thomas How the RNZ/TVNZ merger went from its first reading in Parliament to the legislative extinction list is an example of why...

"History will judge Jacinda Ardern as a remarkable leader. She is genuinely kind and has an incredible intellect, she’s made more of a contribution...

Massey University News Women now make up well over half of New Zealand’s journalism workforce, but they have serious concerns about their safety on the...

COMMENTARY: By Gavin Ellis A new study suggests that the news media’s tanking levels of public trust may be made worse merely by association with...

COMMENTARY: By Michael Field Just the other day a robot guard came along a corridor in a special digital prison, consulted his flatscreen embedded on...

RNZ News By Colin Peacock, RNZ Mediawatch presenter There is mounting pressure on tech titans Google and Facebook to pay local news media to carry their...

ANALYSIS: By Claire M. Gorman The Australian government is moving fast to reset relations with Australia’s Pacific partners, including a larger Pacific role for the...

By Jairo Bolledo of Rappler in Manila Former Philippines vice-presidential candidate and Laban ng Masa chairperson Walden Bello has been arrested for two counts of...

By Colin Peacock, RNZ Mediawatch presenter Two New Zealand government agencies have revealed mounting concern about the intensity and the impact of online misinformation --...

ANALYSIS: By Romitesh Kant A shortage of resources and investment from major digital platforms has left the Pacific region battling a campaign of misinformation and...

COMMENTARY: By Graham Davis of Grubsheet Feejee In a sign of utter desperation as Fiji's general election election approaches, the Attorney-General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, has targeted...

By Loreben Tuquero in Manila On social media, Ferdinand Marcos Jr needed to have all pieces in place to stage a Malacañang comeback: he had...

RNZ Pacific A Pacific journalist believes the Kiribati government has been coerced by Beijing to accommodate China's foreign minister's visit. Kiribati authorities have confirmed that Wang...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Aotearoa New Zealand's chair of the Māori Council, Matthew Tūkākī, has revealed the degree of "horrific abuse" he has been facing...

ANALYSIS: By Sean Phelan, Massey University One striking feature of the “freedom convoy” protests in Ottawa, Wellington and elsewhere has been the intense antagonism towards...

By Vitorio Mantalean in Jakarta The Indonesian Independent Journalist Alliance (AJI) has condemned the hacking and disinformation attacks against the group's general chairperson Sasmito Madrim...

By Phoebe Gwangilo in Port Moresby Censoring of Facebook in Papua New Guinea can be addressed by three mandated government agencies, says Chief Censor Jim...

By Luke Nacei in Suva Waves associated with the continuous volcanic eruption at Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha’apai in Tonga crashed into Tonga’s largest island Tongatapu and forced residents...

By Sri Krishnamurthi for Asia-Pacific ReportThe troubled nation of Solomon Islands, whose Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare won a no-confidence vote 32 votes...

By Bea Cupin in Manila Journalist and publisher Maria Ressa has called on tech and social media giants to practise “enlightened self-interest” amid a global...

RNZ Pacific The New Zealand government is deploying dozens of Defence Force and police personnel to Honiara in the coming days "to help restore peace...

ANALYSIS: By Tony Fala PART 2: WS storytelling in more detail In part one of my article on White Supremacy (WS), I articulated some of the...