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RNZ Pacific French Polynesia's Amuitahiraa Party has registered its three candidates for the French National Assembly elections next month -- just hours before the nomination...

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 Two parties of New Caledonia's pro-independence FLNKS (Kanak and Socialist National Liberation Front) movement have restated their intention to attain the territory's decolonisation...

By Tony Smith of Stuff The tiny Pacific territory of Wallis and Futuna can, per capita, surely lay claim to be test rugby's hottest talent...

By Ella Stewart, RNZ News reporter New Zealanders living overseas say covid-19 is now part of everyday life as cases of the highly-infectious omicron variant...

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 Voting is under way in New Caledonia today in the last of three referendums on independence from France. The pro-independence parties said they will...

By Stefan Armbruster of SBS World News Kanaky New Caledonia is holding a final referendum on independence from France today. But not everyone wants to...

COMMENTARY: By Marylou Mahé, a Kanak supporter of independence for New Caledonia When tomorrow’s referendum on independence for New Caledonia goes ahead, it won’t have...

ANALYSIS: By David Robie After three decades of frustratingly slow progress but with a measure of quiet optimism over the decolonisation process unfolding under the...

By Walter Zweifel, RNZ Pacific reporter There is growing unease over the French decision to hold Kanaky New Caledonia's third and final independence referendum on...

RNZ Pacific A leading anti-independence politician in New Caledonia, Sonia Backes, has rejected calls for the referendum on independence from France to be postponed, saying...

By Johnny Blades, RNZ Pacific reporter Australia's new security pact with the US and the UK has touched a nerve at the core of Pacific...

ANALYSIS: By Alexander Gillespie, University of Waikato We live, to borrow a phrase, in interesting times. The pandemic aside, relations between the superpowers are tense....

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...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk In the wake of this week's revelations about the Pegasus spyware, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and two journalists with French and...

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...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Ena Manuireva and Tony Fala On 27 May 2021, a significant event took place in Rwanda where French President Emmanuel Macron asked...

ANALYSIS: By Adam Taylor, Griffith University A covid-19 vaccine from French company Valneva has yet to complete clinical trials. But it has caught the eye...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk In a lawsuit filed with the public prosecutor in Paris this week, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has accused Facebook of “deceptive...

By RNZ Pacific A coalition government in New Caledonia has collapsed after indigenous pro-independence politicians resigned, citing persistent economic issues and unrest over the sale...

By RNZ Pacific Fiji's rugby team is set to have another round of covid-19 testing today as they seek to salvage what is left of...