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By RNZ Pacific There has been a mixed response in Wallis and Futuna to last week's election of a pro-independence politician as Congress president of...

By Walter Zweifel for RNZ Dateline Pacific New Caledonia's anti-independence parties have retained their slim majority in the 54-member Congress made up of members from...

By RNZ Pacific Campaigning in New Caledonia will end tonight ahead of Sunday's provincial elections. A weekend ban will then come into force on the sale...

David Robie, who reported from New Caledonia several times during the 1980s for Islands Business magazine, The Australian, New Zealand Times and other media,...

Key dates in New Caledonia's colonial history: 1774: James Cook “discovers” Grande Terre island for Europe and renames it New Caledonia because the landscapes remind...

David Robie, who reported from New Caledonia during the 1980s for Islands Business magazine, The Australian, New Zealand Times and other media, returned to...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk About 100 journalists covered the historic New Caledonian independence referendum last weekend, with media from Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand and...

By RNZ Pacific A leading New Caledonian pro-independence politician, Victor Tutugoro, says governments of Melanesian countries have quietly supported the New Caledonian independence cause. Tutugoro, second...

By David Robie in Nouméa French security forces moved in today to clean up the main road near an indigenous Kanak tribal area after a...

Caledonia TV's report on the recent indigenous Kanak Socialist National Liberation Front (FLNKS) conference on a "post-independence" future for New Caledonia. Video: NCI TV...

Things may be coming to a head over the coming New Caledonia referendum, the independence struggle in New Zealand’s own region, but there is...

Kanaks and long-time New Caledonian settlers get to vote on their future on November 4. But, as Michael Andrew of Asia Pacific Journalism points...

In the final instalment of a three-part series, Dr Lee Duffield in Noumea assesses some of the options and omens. It looks like a simple...

In this second of three articles from Noumea, Dr Lee Duffield learns about multicultural Kanaky/New Caledonia and the events that led to their referendum...

IN-DEPTH: By Dr Lee Duffield, recently in Kanaky/New Caledonia The Quatorze Juillet (14 July) events in Noumea this month, as in any small French city,...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Max Uechtritz On Saturday, 30 years ago in 1988, I smelled death for the first time – literally. A sickening, almost suffocating, stench...

FLASHBACK: The controversial docudrama Rebellion, screened at the 2012 NZ International Film Festival by director Mathieu Kassovitz and featuring some Kanak relatives of the...

UN video sourced from the West Papua Liberation Organisation. Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Vanuatu Prime Minister Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas has expressed his country’s concern about the...