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By Ena Manuireva and Tony Fala About 35 people joined an Auckland rally last Sunday in solidarity with a Mā'ohi Nui Lives Matter demonstration by...

RNZ Pacific Several thousand people in French Polynesia have joined a march demanding France own up to the damage caused by its nuclear weapons tests. The...

Over the past 50 years, France has continued to deny the tragedies of nuclear testing in French Occupied Polynesia by propagating the theory of...

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...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk On 10 July 1985 the Greenpeace flagship, the Rainbow Warrior, was sunk at an Auckland wharf. Two French secret agents planted two limpet...

RNZ Pacific More than 2000 demonstrators in French Polynesia have joined a march in the capital Pape'ete to mark the 55th anniversary of the first...

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...

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...

RNZ Pacific The chair of the board of French Polynesia's social security agency CPS has called on the French state to pay for the medical...

RNZ Pacific A Tahitian academic living in Auckland whose family and home island of Mangareva were impacted on by three decades of French nuclear weapons...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Cutting edge nuclear science, a trove of declassified documents, and investigative journalism have exposed the human and environmental impacts of French...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Ena Manuireva in Auckland It seems a long time ago - some 124 days - since Mā’ohi Nui deplored its first covid-19...

SPECIAL REPORT: The sinking of the Rainbow Warrior happened 35 years ago this year. The event had ramifications across the Pacific, and politicised a...

COMMENT: By Ena Manuireva and Tony Fala in Auckland Tomorrow – November 25 – is D-Day for Tahitian pro-independence leader Oscar Temaru’s trial in New...

ANALYSIS: By Ena Manuireva The unfolding in French Polynesia of the latest judiciary entanglements of pro-independence leader Oscar Temaru versus the French administration is being...

By Matthew Scott, reporting for the Pacific Media Centre The day began with a video, showing a disparate collection of arresting images - the drowned...

Flashback: Tagata Pasifika's John Pulu talks to Oscar Temaru in 2016. By David Robie One of the champions of the South Pacific’s nuclear-free and independence campaigners,...

SPECIAL REPORT: By David Robie, who sailed on the original Rainbow Warrior to Rongelap atoll and is author of the book Eyes of Fire. Thirty...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Thirty five years ago this week in another life Pacific Media Centre director Professor David Robie was an environmental journalist on...

By RNZ Pacific A sit-in has been held outside the French High Commission in French Polynesia to commemorate the 54th anniversary of the first nuclear...