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OBITUARY: By Philip Cass of Kaniva Tonga A New Zealand politician and human rights activist with a strong connection to Tonga’s Democracy movement and other...

Asia Pacific Report An open letter to The New Zealand Herald has challenged a full page Zionist advertisement this week for failing to acknowledge the...

Asia Pacific Report The UN General Assembly has voted overwhelmingly to grant Palestine new rights and privileges, calling on the Security Council to reconsider its...

By Jessica Corbett The Elders chair Mary Robinson has highlighted the unique leverage that the United States has with Israel and called on the Biden...

ANALYSIS: By Marwan Bishara The Israeli bombing of the Baptist hospital in Gaza killing hundreds of innocent Palestinians may have been a turning point in...

RNZ News Auckland Museum has apologised for the hurt caused after it staged a light display in support of Israel on Sunday night. Auckland Museum lit...

By Novianti Setuningsih in Jakarta Many labour organisations have protested in front of the US Embassy in Central Jakarta, calling for an end to the...

Pacific Media Watch Israeli occupation forces are intentionally targeting Palestinian journalists in the besieged Gaza Strip, media outlets warned after three reporters were killed Tuesday...

COMMENTARY: By John Minto Palestine Solidarity Network Aotearoa (PSNA) supporters are livid Labour is refusing to recognise the state of Palestine a full 104 years...

ANALYSIS: By David Robie, editor of Asia Pacific Report Prime Minister James Marape has made two foreign policy gaffes in the space of a week...

By David Robie, editor of Asia Pacific Report The Melanesian Spearhead Group has thrown away a golden chance for achieving a historical step towards justice...

Asia Pacific Report Free Papua Organisation (OPM) leader Jeffrey Bomanak has appealed to US President Joe Biden for a “proactive role” in ending Indonesia’s “unlawful...

ANALYSIS: By Kalinga Seneviratne in Suva At a time when the West has weaponised human rights, the United Nations body that promotes freedom of expression...

ANALYSIS: By Yamin Kogoya Following months of legal limbo and a health crisis, Papua Governor Lukas Enembe was arrested this week by the country's Corruption...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk The co-founder of Tabloid Jubi, Victor Mambor has been presented with the 2022 Udin Award from Indonesia's Alliance of Independent Journalists...

RNZ News Māori, Pasifika, Asian, as well as disabled and bisexual employees, are disproportionately affected by bullying and harassment in workplaces in Aotearoa New Zealand,...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The West Papua National Liberation Army-Free Papua Organisation (TPNPB-OPM) has rejected peace talks with the Indonesian government if it is only...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Rituraj Sapkota of Māori Television “I have never had that fear before that I might get physically hurt,” says Patrice Allen, a...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk New Zealand's leading daily newspaper today contrasted the "reckless self-expression" of anti-covid mandates protesters and the dangers confronting the people of...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Alexander Rheeney It was probably one of those rare times when I “became the news” as a journalist. I had accompanied Greenpeace activists...

By Khalia Strong  Hakeagapuletama Halo walks into the courtroom. He is a head taller than most, dressed in a crisp white shirt. He has a...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk West Papuans have joined the people of Vanuatu in mourning the loss of independence and human rights campaigner Pastor Allen Nafuki...