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ANALYSIS: By Gavin Ellis The Aotearoa New Zealand Public Media Bill -- introduced to Parliament this week -- will have a long journey before it...

RNZ Pacific A Papua New Guinean economist says the election of women in Parliament will be crucial to advancing gender equality in the country. Papua New...

RNZ Pacific The 142 women running in the Papua New Guinea election are hoping to prove that the PNG Parliament is no longer a male-dominated...

RNZ Pacific The Vanuatu Prime Minister has again failed to push through controversial constitutional changes. These include extending the term of Parliament, changing the definition of...

By Arieta Vakasukawaqa in Suva Former FijiFirst party member and parliamentarian Alifereti Nabulivou claims many Fijians across the country have only one thing in mind:...

RNZ Pacific Vanuatu's Speaker was forced to suspend a special parliamentary sitting today after the opposition and several government MPs did not turn up. They were...

RNZ Pacific In Vanuatu, one key party in the government says it will boycott tomorrow's planned session of Parliament. That session is due to consider several...

RNZ News Joe Hawke -- the prominent kaumātua and activist who led the long-running Takaparawhau occupation at Auckland's Bastion Point in the late 1970s --...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk The Media Association of Solomon Islands (Masi) has called on the police to respect journalists and media workers when carrying out...

By Kelvin Anthony, RNZ Pacific regional correspondent and Koroi Hawkins, RNZ Pacific journalist The Solomon Islands prime minister is adamant a security co-operation agreement his...

By Marjorie Finkeo in Port Moresby Only two of Papua New Guinea's general elections -- in 1992 and 1997 -- have had some semblance of...

By Venkat Raman in Auckland Fiji's National Federation Party leader and Member of Parliament Dr Biman Prasad is confident that the incumbent Voreqe Bainimarama government...

By Pekai Kotoisuva in Suva Some Fiji government ministers are “held on a tight leash” and afraid to make open ended statements in public, claims...

By Gorethy Kenneth in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea's general election will go ahead as planned in June with CCTV (closed circuit television) to monitor...

By Robert Iroga in Honiara Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has denied allowing the Peoples Republic of China (PRC) to establish a military base in the...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Rituraj Sapkota of Māori Television “I have never had that fear before that I might get physically hurt,” says Patrice Allen, a...

RNZ News Twenty-eight of the anti-public health protesters who occupied New Zealand's Parliament grounds over the past month have now tested positive for covid-19. In a...

RNZ News Small groups of anti-mandate protesters are still lingering around Wellington after being cleared out of New Zealand's Parliament precinct on Wednesday The disparate collection...

By Sharon Brettkelly, co-host of RNZ's The Detail After 23 days, the occupation at Aotearoa New Zealand's Parliament was finally brought to a chaotic and...

By Russell Palmer, RNZ News digital political journalist All political parties have supported a motion in Parliament to recognise the "safe restoration of Parliament's grounds"...

RNZ News Police have begun a "significant investigation" into yesterday's events at the Parliament protest and say they will hold people accountable for any criminal...

RNZ News Police are out in force in New Zealand's capital Wellington after yesterday's massive operation to clear the illegal anti-covid public health measures occupation...