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By Jimmy Kalebe in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea police have intercepted and confiscated almost K200,000 (about NZ$90,000) in K2 and K5 notes hidden in...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Papua New Guinea's police and courts must work closely with media for transparency to inform the public on the daily investigation...

By Jane Patterson, political editor of RNZ News The State Services Minister says the government will do everything it can to track down who is...

By Katrina Tanirau in Avarua Cook Islands campus backs University of the South Pacific’s attempts to clean out alleged corruption and mismanagement at its Laucala...

By Lena Reece in Suva The Fiji government has denied allegations being levelled against it of trying to "nationalise" the 12-nation University of the South...

By Wansolwara staff A "fight for justice and good governance" at the University of the South Pacific has continued as staff and students have echoed...

By Edwin Nand in Suva The University of the South Pacific's vice-chancellor, Professor Pal Ahluwalia, a Canadian, has been told to step down to allow...

Simpson@8 investigated the allegations of mismanagement that had accrued over professor Chandra’s tenure. Video: Simpson@8 By Sri Krishnamurthi Staff and students at the University of the...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk University of the South Pacific staff and students have released a rebuttal to former Vice Chancellor Professor Rajesh Chandra’s claim that...

By RNZ Pacific The University of the South Pacific has said it will implement the recommendations of the independent investigator looking into allegations of mismanagement...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk A report on the alleged mismanagement and abuse charges at the University of the South Pacific is due by August 16,...

By Peni Komaisavai in Suva Staff of the University of the South Pacific at the university’s main Laucala campus in Suva have called for pro-chancellor...

By Glenda Willie and Jonas Cullwick Vanuatu's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Tourism, Trade, Commerce and Ni-Vanuatu Business Joe Natuman has pleaded guilty to...

By Kendall Hutt in Auckland Independent filmmakers fear a slow erosion of Māori and Pacific content at Television New Zealand has begun. Their fears have emerged...