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By Ian Chute in Suva Fiji lawyer Jon Apted was yesterday accused of contempt of court for comments made in court two weeks ago while...

By Jairo Bolledo in Manila The Philippines Court of Appeals has denied the motion for reconsideration filed by Nobel Peace Prize laureate and Rappler CEO...

PNG Post-Courier The Mexican standoff over the closure of Papua New Guinea government offices due to nonpayment of rentals has ended. The National Court has ordered...

RNZ Pacific The Chief Justice of Vanuatu has ordered the amendment of a constitutional application against the dissolution of Parliament to exclude the president of...

RNZ Pacific A former president of Kiribati warns the crisis involving the island nation's government and the courts has left the country with a "dysfunctional...

RNZ Pacific The holding of New Caledonia's third and final referendum on independence from France during the covid-19 pandemic last year is being challenged in...

By Sirwan Kajjo in Dili In a deeply Catholic country, accusations that an American priest abused dozens of children at an orphanage stunned many in...

By Melisha Yafoi in Port Moresby The Indonesian government has filed a K105.6 million (US$30 million) writ against Papua New Guinea, naming two senior officials...

COMMENTARY: By Graham Davis of Grubsheet Feejee In a sign of utter desperation as Fiji's general election election approaches, the Attorney-General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, has targeted...

By Leah Tebbutt, RNZ News reporter An Aotearoa New Zealand health workforce recruiting agency is fielding calls from senior US doctors who say they can...

ANALYSIS: By Holly Cullen, The University of Western Australia and Amy Maguire, University of Newcastle Last week on June 17 2022, UK Home Secretary Priti...

RNZ Pacific An indigenous legal challenge in a bid to annul the result of last December's referendum on New Caledonia's independence from France has failed. The...

RNZ Pacific French Polynesia's pro-independence leader and mayor of Faa'a, Oscar Temaru, says double standards are at play in probing him over the payment of...

By Lian Buan in Manila The retraction of Kerwin Espinosa, one of the main accusers in the Philippines Bilibid drug trade allegations, has drummed up...

ANALYSIS: By Isabelle Gerretsen Last Sunday, Emmanuel Macron was re-elected France’s president, beating far-right and anti-EU candidate Marine Le Pen. “Making France a great green nation,...

COMMENTARY: By Graham Davis If you’re as confused as most people by the exact circumstances surrounding the continuing presence in Fiji of the Russian super...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Following a district court order referring the extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange back to the United Kingdom's Home Office, Reporters...

RNZ News The long-serving New Zealand MP Louisa Wall has fired a broadside at her own Labour Party as she leaves Parliament to take up...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A national network of groups supporting freedom and justice for West Papua has called on Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta to condemn...

RNZ Pacific Investigators in French Polynesia have reassessed their case against the pro-independence leader Oscar Manutahi Temaru, who has challenged the seizure of his US$100,000...

PNG Post-Courier Papua's Guinea's National Court has issued an interim restraining order stopping the planned eviction of thousands of Morata settlers on portion 2733 in...

PNG Post-Courier Deputy Police Commissioner Operations Anton Billie has given the green light for Papuan New Guinean police in the National Capital District to carry...