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RNZ Pacific The FAST Party in Samoa has filed an application with the Supreme Court to have it recognise an impromptu swearing-in ceremony of elected...

RNZ Pacific Vanuatu Supreme Court judge Justice Oliver Saksak has upheld a decision by the former Speaker of Parliament to expel 19 government MPs from...

By Camille Elemia in Manila Human rights lawyers Amal Clooney and Caoilfhionn Gallagher, who lead the international defence legal team, have call on the international...

EDITORIAL: By the Editorial Board As the focus of Samoa’s political crisis shifts to the courtrooms of our Supreme and District Courts, and with Monday,...

By Jamie Tahana, RNZ Pacific journalist Samoa's incoming prime minister has called for the caretaker Human Rights Protection Party (HRPP) government to relinquish power so...

By Barbara Dreaver, TVNZ News Pacific correspondent Samoa’s Attorney-General’s office is calling yesterday’s swearing-in ceremony of Samoa’s FAST Party unconstitutional and unlawful, and is preparing...

RNZ Pacific An urgent legal challenge against a shock proclamation by the Samoan head of state is being heard in the Supreme Court Chambers in...

By Lagi Keresoma in Apia Samoa's Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal by the Human Rights Protection Party (HRPP) against the Supreme Court’s ruling...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk In a lawsuit filed with the public prosecutor in Paris this week, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has accused Facebook of “deceptive...

EDITORIAL: By the Samoa Observer Editorial Board In the past month, we have made a new pen pal: the Attorney-General of Samoa, no less, Savalenoa...

By Karo Jesse in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea's Supreme Court has stayed a court order nullifying the appointment of David Manning as Commissioner of...

By RNZ Pacific Papua New Guinea's former Prime Minister, Peter O'Neill, has been committed to stand trial for charges of misappropriation and official corruption A Waigani...

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...

COMMENT: By Ena Manuireva and Tony Fala in Auckland Tomorrow – November 25 – is D-Day for Tahitian pro-independence leader Oscar Temaru’s trial in New...

ANALYSIS: By Sarah John, Flinders University Facing the gradual erosion of early leads in several battleground states — and increasingly likely defeat in the presidential...

ANALYSIS: By Ena Manuireva The unfolding in French Polynesia of the latest judiciary entanglements of pro-independence leader Oscar Temaru versus the French administration is being...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk The Pacific Conference of Churches has called for justice in Mā'ohi (French Polynesia) and for Oscar Temaru, the activist mayor...

By RNZ Pacific A Paris-based lawyer acting for French Polynesia's pro-independence leader Oscar Temaru has taken his client's treatment in the case in Tahiti to...

By Galih Gumelar in Jakarta A panel of judges at the Central Jakarta District Court have found six activists guilty of committing treasonous acts for...

By RNZ Pacific French Polynesia's former president Gaston Flosse and 12 other people have been ordered to jointly repay millions of francs they misspent on...

By Kristen Lyons of the University of Queensland Climate change threatens Australia in many different ways, and can devastate rural and urban communities alike. For...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk TAPOL and the East Timor and Indonesia Action Network (ETAN) are calling attention to a judicial review of the “Act of...