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By Susana Suisuiki, RNZ Pacific journalist, and Eleisha Foon, journalist Pacific health advocate and champion Dr Collin Fonotau Tukuitonga heads the list of Pacific recipients...

Tagata Pasifika is celebrating 35 years on air this year. Former hosts Foufou Susana Hukui, Reverend Elder Maligi Evile and former researcher/reporter Iulia Leilua...

RNZ Pacific Ninety percent of Pacific people in Aotearoa New Zealand have had their first covid-19 vaccine, while 11 district health boards (DHBs) have reached...

RNZ Pacific The new vice-chancellor of the Auckland University of Technology is calling on young Pasifika peoples pursuing their education to stay the course. Toeolesulusulu Dr...

RNZ News New Zealand's Associate Health Minister Peeni Henare today thanked all Māori providers, iwi, hapū, practitioners, vaccinators and district health board (DHB) staff for...

RNZ News Epidemiologist Professor Michael Baker says his biggest concern is that the spread of the delta variant of covid-19 in New Zealand is an...

By Rowan Quinn, RNZ health correspondent The calls for New Zealanders to get vaccinated are becoming more urgent by the day as covid-19 embeds itself...

RNZ Pacific A youth-led Pasifika mass vaccination event in Auckland has immunised 7000 people over the past four days. Pacific health provider South Seas' youth group...

Pacific Media Network News National Pacific Radio Trust has won a year's funding from NZ On Air’s Public Interest Journalism Fund to enhance its reporting...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A Pasifika local government politician in New Zealand, the first from Kiribati to be elected to political office, has appealed to...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A Māori political leader has branded opposition neoliberal ACT leader David Seymour's act this week undermining an indigenous response to New...

COMMENTARY: By Trevor Richards Apologies have been in the news recently. Last month, French President Emmanuel Macron told "French" Polynesia (Ma'ohi Nui) that French nuclear testing...

COMMENT: By Melani Anae When the Polynesian Panthers (PPP) activist group began calling for an apology for the Dawn Raids two years ago, we went...

By Barbara Dreaver, TVNZ Pacific correspondent Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern today offered a "formal and unreserved apology" to the Pacific communities left traumatised by the...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Days after being condemned by the largest Pacific Island capital -- Port Moresby, the Economist's Global Liveability Index has been criticised...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Mariner Fagaiava-Muller, RNZ Pacific Journalist In New Zealand, youth climate change movement School Strike 4 Climate Auckland has declared itself as racist,...

RNZ Pacific Today marks 50 years to the day that six Pacific Islanders grouped together in central Auckland to form the Polynesian Panther Party. The party...

By Sela Jane Hopgood, RNZ Pacific journalist In the New Zealand 2021 Budget, a big investment of NZ$108 million has been signalled to support the...

RNZ Mediawatch After 23 years with one political party and one prime minister in charge, Samoa’s general election last month delivered a surprise neck-and-neck result....

By Sri Krishnamurthi “No matter how we come to be in Fiji, or how long we have been here ...we all part of the...

By Dominic Godfrey, RNZ Pacific journalist Help with living costs while studying and extra support for mental health are two areas Pacific tertiary students want...

By RNZ Saturday Morning Former Air New Zealand cabin attendant Taaniko Nordstrom, and her sister-in-law Vienna Nordstrom, are the creative duo behind Soldiers Rd Portraits,...