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COMMENTARY: By Graham Davis of Grubsheet Feejee In a sign of utter desperation as Fiji's general election election approaches, the Attorney-General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, has targeted...

RNZ Pacific Vanuatu's outgoing president, Obed Moses Tallis, has urged the government not to abolish the Ministry of Justice, warning against a "dictatorial system". His opening...

By Thierry Lepani in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea's Justice Minister and Madang MP Bryan Kramer has been referred to the Public Prosecutor by the...

EDITORIAL: By the Samoa Observer Editorial Board It has become obvious in recent weeks that the strategy of Samoa’s oldest political party is to “repeat...

RNZ Pacific The New Zealand government says it has full confidence Samoa's new government and its judiciary will continue to act with integrity. This comes after...

By Sialai Sarafina Sanerivi in Apia Veteran Samoan parliamentarian and chairman of the Fa'atuatua i le Atua Samoa ua Tasi (FAST) has criticised what he...

RNZ Pacific Samoa's incoming leader has condemned the actions of the former government and demanded it hand over power. Fiame Naomi Mata'afa, speaking formally as the...

RNZ Pacific Samoa's Attorney-General has recalled a scathing media release questioning the integrity of the country's judiciary. The release demanded that the judges appointed to hear...

By Barbara Dreaver, TVNZ One News Pacific correspondent Samoa’s deepening political crisis has taken yet another turn today after the Attorney-General’s office launched an astounding...

Maria Ressa goes with arresting Pasig police officers to post bail. Video: Rappler Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Rappler CEO and executive editor Maria Ressa was arrested...

ANALYSIS: By Wadan Narsey in Suva In 2016, two of Fiji’s main media organisations, the privately owned Fiji Times and state-owned Fiji Broadcasting Corporation, came...

Papua New Guinean Opposition Leader Don Polye has urged his fellow parliamentarians and individuals not to interfere in court processes in a bid to...