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ANALYSIS: By Peter Wilson, political commentator for RNZ News Tuesday, February 7, at 2pm. That's when New Zealand's new Prime Minister Chris Hipkins' parliamentary year...

COMMENTARY: By Gavin Ellis It is unlikely that the Mayor of Auckland, Wayne Brown, took any lessons from the city’s devastating floods but the rest...

RNZ News Incoming Prime Minister Chris Hipkins of Aotearoa New Zealand has signalled tackling the "inflation pandemic" will be a top priority for his cabinet's...

Pacific Media Watch A mother, daughter of a migrant and an “OG Taranaki girl” - they are some of the ways Aotearoa New Zealand's new...

RNZ News Chris Hipkins says the opportunity to become Prime Minister of Aotearoa New Zealand is the biggest privilege of his life and his eyes...

RNZ News Aotearoa New Zealand has become hugely polarised and it is little wonder Jacinda Ardern has decided to call it a day, says Helen...

ANALYSIS: By Grant Duncan, Massey University New Zealanders will have a new prime minister by February 7 and will go to the polls on October...

By Naveel Krishant in Suva Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka says he is the prime minister for the whole of Fiji and all of its people. In...

Pacific Media Watch An award-winning professor of sport, leadership and governance has criticised her university's handling of recent redundancies of 170 academic staff, saying a...

RNZ Pacific Flags are flying at half mast across the Pacific and leaders are paying tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, who died at Thursday at...

By Luke Nacei in Suva Be responsible, righteous, honest, and lead by example. That’s the advice from psychotherapist Selina Kuruleca to all fathers, as Fijians celebrate...

By Jeffrey Elapa of the PNG Post-Courier in Port Moresby Madang MP Bryan Kramer, who held the police, justice and later immigration portfolios in the...

By Gorethy Kenneth of the PNG Post-Courier in Port Moresby In a historic first, the Papua New Guinea Parliament has installed Pangu Pati leader and...

By Gorethy Kenneth in Port Moresby People’s National Congress party leader Peter O’Neill has blown the race for the Papua New Guinea prime minister’s job...

PNG Post-Courier Governor-General Grand Chief Sir Bob Dadae has described Papua New Guinea's late Deputy Prime Minister Sam Basil as a vibrant and visionary leader...

ANALYSIS: By Suze Wilson, Massey University and Toby Newstead, University of Tasmania The war in Ukraine would test even the most hardened political operator: millions...

COMMENTARY:  By Gordon Campbell In recent weeks, barely a day has gone by without Christopher Luxon demonstrating the chasm of ability that exists between the...

ANALYSIS: By Suze Wilson, Massey University With recent polling showing National edging ahead of Labour for the first time in two years, Jacinda Ardern’s previously...

By Robert Iroga in Honiara Opposition leader Matthew Wale has rejected the prime minister’s claim that he and other opposition members were behind last week's...

By Jeffrey Enapa in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea’s ruling Pangu Pati is entangled in another internal dispute just six months before the issue of...

By Scott Waide in Lae, Papua New Guinea Sir Michael was a man of many titles. He was father, grandfather and chief. As a tribal leader,...

By RNZ Pacific Papua New Guinea's Supreme Court has dismissed a legal challenge over the election of James Marape as prime minister last year. The challenge...