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Anti-corruption police have arrested and charged a Papua New Guinea Supreme Court judge with judicial corruption, reports Loop PNG. Judge Bernard Sakora, 68, of the...

By Sally Pokiton in Kokopo The owner and managing director of Rabaul Shipping will stand trial at the Kokopo National Court this week -- four...

By Talebula Kate in Suva Former Fiji Police Force chief of intelligence and investigations Henry Brown says he has no confidence in Commissioner of Police...

By Thompson Marango in Port Vila When officiating the oath of a new Supreme Court judge this week, President Baldwin Lonsdale took the opportunity to...

By Jen Maman In April 2014, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, a tiny island country part of Micronesia, filed groundbreaking lawsuits to the International...

Opinion by Selwyn Manning, editor of Evening Report Respected New Zealand Herald journalist Phil Taylor’s reportage last week has again raised concerns about poor transparency...

A CNN report at the time of the Bento Rodrigues disaster broadcast on 6 November 2015. Source: Noticias Esporte De Hoje ABC Four Corners investigative...

From InterAksyon.com ARCHIVE: Flashback to the declaration of Martial Law on September 21, 1972: InterAksyon.com posted a series of testimonies from human rights victims of...

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

By Edo Karensa in Jakarta International human rights advocacy group Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called on Indonesia's House of Representatives to reject a draft...

Ministries are pooling their efforts to save 126 Indonesian migrant workers facing the death penalty in Malaysia for drug-related offences, say Indonesian officials. The government...

From The Fiji Times By Tevita Vuibau and Nasik Swami in Suva Lawyers acting for Fiji's now-suspended National Federation Party (NFP) have demanded an explanation from...

Stop TIPP In a statement, Germany’s largest association of judges and public prosecutors has firmly rejected the European Commission’s  proposal to create an investment court ...

From SBS News Scores of asylum-seeker families, including babies born in Australia, face the prospect of deportation to Nauru after a High Court ruling, reports...

From PNG Loop By Sally Pokiton in Port Moresby The court martial sitting in Papua New Guinea against 11 alleged mutineers of the PNG Defence Force...

PNG Today/PNG TV Up to 35 abused women go to the Boroko Family and Sexual Violence Unit a day in Papua New Guinea's capital Port...

From Vanuatu Daily Post By Thompson Marango in Port Vila Attempts to arrest former Prime Minister Joe Natuman and former Acting Police Commissioner Aru Maralau for...

Report from The Sydney Morning Herald By Michael Neilson in Jakarta Activists are suing the Indonesian government in a bid to stop development they say will...

Report from SBS Indonesia's attorney-general has the funds and the will to wield the death penalty again, even though last year's record 14 executions failed...

Report from Pacific Media Centre Jewel Topsfield and Amilia Rosa on Rote Island, Indonesia The captain of an asylum seeker boat who said he was paid...

Report by Pacific Media Watch By Ayomi Amindoni and Victor Mambor in Jayapura President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo of Indonesia has expressed a commitment to resolve a...

Report by Pacific Media Watch A group of postgraduate students and staff today raised the West Papuan flag on campus at Auckland University of Technology...