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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...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Brutality in West Papua has escalates with civilian and military casualties in the past month, reports SBS News. The killing of Indonesia’s...

By Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk The Oxford City Council is to award West Papuan activist Benny Wenda the Honorary Freedom of the City accolade for...

By Irra Lee of Te Waha Nui Pacific stories spanning generations emerged through film and poetry at a South Auckland art exhibition about the Dawn...

By Michael Andrew Media freedom in Melanesia will be the focus of the next edition of Pacific Journalism Review in partnership the Melanesian Media...

PressTV report - Mike Treen detained. Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Israeli forces have reportedly stopped the three-vessel Freedom Flotilla which was nearing the Gaza Strip, report...

By Jean Bell in Auckland Detained Australian missionary Sister Patricia "Pat" Fox's "release" by the Philippines Bureau of Immigration has been greeted with relief by...

By Paterno Esmaquel II in Manila Secretary of Foreign Affairs Alan Peter Cayetano claims the Philippines' withdrawal from the International Criminal Court is "a principled...

By Riani Sanusi Putri in Jakarta Indonesia's Commission for Missing Persons and Victims of Violence (KontraS) has demanded police investigate the cause of death of...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk In Papua New Guinea, community leader Joe Moses struggles to save the 3000 inhabitants of Port Moresby's Paga Hill settlement before...

By Sheany in Jakarta With its official launch in the country set for today, Amnesty International Indonesia has emphasised the need for the government to...

Auckland University of Technology's Pacific Media Centre has marked its tenth anniversary with a seminar discussing two of the wider region's most critical media...

Papua New Guinea immigration officials last week started dismantling parts of a prison camp housing hundreds of defiant refugees as an evacuation deadline loomed...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Papua New Guinea's National Capital District Governor Powes Parkop sought a court order to stop the burial of a journalist until...

OPINION: By Phillip Miriori As many would be aware, we Bougainvilleans have been through a tough history with the disasters that came from the past...

Australia's ABC News report on the banned West Papuan petition. Video: Lewis Prai Wellip By Zely Ariane in Jayapura A petition claimed to represent the wishes...

ANALYSIS: By Josef Benedict Today, we are watching history repeat itself in Southeast Asia in the worst possible way. Once again, the Myanmar military has launched...