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By Gill Bonnett, RNZ News immigration reporter Pacific leaders say offering "visas for vaccinations' would be the ultimate incentive for New Zealand overstayers to get...

COMMENT: By Melani Anae When the Polynesian Panthers (PPP) activist group began calling for an apology for the Dawn Raids two years ago, we went...

By Barbara Dreaver, TVNZ Pacific correspondent Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern today offered a "formal and unreserved apology" to the Pacific communities left traumatised by the...

RNZ Pacific Today marks 50 years to the day that six Pacific Islanders grouped together in central Auckland to form the Polynesian Panther Party. The party...

RNZ News A co-founder of the Polynesian Panthers says the government should allow overstayers to remain in New Zealand after it formally apologises for the...

RNZ News New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will make a formal government apology for the 1970s Dawn Raids against Pacific Islanders on June 26...

By Wansolwara staff Staff, students and alumni of the University of the South Pacific have called on the Fiji government to immediately reinstate the work...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Oro Governor Gary Juffa has welcomed a joint investigations team, led by Papua New Guinea's Office of Immigrations and Citizenship Authority,...

A Mongabay video message to supporters of the US journalist Philip Jacobson arrested in Indonesia. By Michael Andrew in Jakarta International journalists and agencies have condemned...

EDITORIAL: By Dan McGarry in Port Vila After nearly two weeks of silence, Vanuatu's Minister of Internal Affairs Andrew Napuat has answered some—but not all—of...

By Dan McGarry in Port Vila Under a veil of secrecy, China has convinced Vanuatu to enforce Chinese law within its own borders. Six Chinese nationals...

By Michael Andrew An exhibition about the infamous Dawn Raids in the 1970s has opened in South Auckland, providing a window into a painful chapter...

By Rahul Bhattarai in Auckland Almost 17,000 Nepalese people are now living in New Zealand following a sharp increase of migration from the Himalayas country,...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk An Australian doctoral researcher whose honeymoon plans in Indonesia included a cultural festival in the insecure Papua region has been deported...

By Rahul Bhattarai Author and researcher David Hall has criticised anti-immigration rhetoric in New Zealand’s housing crisis, saying a more serious problem is “Pākehā leaders...

By Royson Willie and Kizzy Kalsakau in Port Vila Vanuatu's Supreme Court has asked the police and immigration to release Fijian citizen Mohammed Rizwan and...

ANALYSIS: By David Hall of AUT's The Policy Observatory The problem with climate change – like any wicked problem – is that its story can...

Indonesia and Timor-Leste have agreed to establish a Senior Official Consultation (SOC) forum to formulate the settlement of border disputes. The agreement was made following...

By Freddy Mou in Port Moresby Northern Governor Gary Juffa has called on the Papua New Guinea government to sideline Labour Secretary Mary Morola, claiming...

Video and images by the Pacific Media Centre's Del Abcede. Video: Café Pacific More than 2000 people have taken part in a colourful and vibrant ...

By a special correspondent in Jakarta Indonesia, the world's largest Muslim-majority country, deplores the immigration policy issued by newly inaugurated United States President Donald Trump,...

By Peter S. Kinjap in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea's Immigration and Citizenship Service Authority in Port Moresby is risking closure due to a constant...