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By Democracy Now! New Zealand implemented one of the earliest lockdowns and has largely succeeded in eliminating the coronavirus under the leadership of Prime Minister...

Pacific Media Watch Following yesterday's parliamentary row in the national chamber of Timor-Leste, chaotic scenes were streamed live on social media today for more than...

By Evaristo Soares Martins and Robert Baird in Dili The Vice-President of Timor-Leste's National Parliament, Maria Angelina Sarmento, has been physically removed from a plenary...

COMMENT: Nik Naidu reflects on the 33rd anniversary of the original - first of four - coups in his homeland of Fiji. Today is the...

By Kris Gledhill of Auckland University of Technology As New Zealand approaches the end of its strictest lockdown period, a debate has begun about whether...

ANALYSIS: By Johnny Blades of RNZ Pacific Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape has embarked on a state visit to New Zealand. It is...

By Wansolwara staff in Port Vila A separate independent investigation will be conducted into allegations of abuse of office at the University of the South...

By RNZ Pacific Staff and students at the University of the South Pacific are demanding greater transparency from the university's administration. They gathered yesterday to discuss...

By Samisoni Pareti and Peni Komaisavai in Suva Allegations of serious cases of mismanagement and abuse of process at the Fiji-based regional University of the...

By Pia Ranada in Manila Besieged by criticisms and questions about the veracity of Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte's "ouster plot matrix", Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo...

By Dan McGarry in Port Vila To pardon those convicted of betraying the public trust does a disservice to Vanuatu. It is disrespectful to the rule...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk The University of Papua New Guinea registrar Dr Peter Petsul has become the first victim of the new university council, reports...

A diverse group of scholars discuss "resetting" New Zealand’s Pacific-oriented foreign policy agenda. Video: Blessen Tom/NZ Institute of Pacific Research By Sri Krishnamurthi Debate has...

By Bob Makin of Vanuatu Digest in Port Vila Pastor Tallis Obed Moses has been sworn in as President of the Vanuatu Republic. Nineteen votes secured...

By Mackenzie Smith in Auckland Tokelau’s controversial helicopter buy was part of at least one major Samoan airline deal, along with plans for the establishment...

By Mackenzie Smith in Auckland Tokelau has suspended two of its public servants in Samoa, after a review into the purchase of two helicopters found...

Reports of the sacking of nine civilian staff of Papua New Guinea's Defence Department should be of concern to all public servants and the...

OPINION: By Keith Locke No self-respecting country sells its passports to rich people who don’t even live there, which is why it was so bad...

COMMENT: By Bob Makin in Port Vila Two big issues for Vanuatu lead today’s news and need quick resolution to restore confidence in the current administration. There are...

By Stephen Diisango in Honiara The current trip to Taiwan by a 16-member government delegation in the Solomon Islands is costing tax-payers more than $1.6 million. This...

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...

From Vanuatu Daily Post By Jane Joshua in Port Vila Lobbying for numbers to form Vanuatu’s next Government is continuing in earnest after the official declaration...