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By Lucy Xia, RNZ News journalist More than 200 people from Aotearoa New Zealand's Chinese community gathered for a vigil at Auckland's Aotea Square last...

ANALYSIS: By Tony Walker, La Trobe University As protests in Iran drag on into their fourth week over the violent death in custody of Mahsa...

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...

RNZ News All southbound traffic lanes on State Highway One over the Auckland Harbour Bridge have now reopened after they were closed while New Zealand...

ANALYSIS: By Giacomo Lichtner, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington During the anti-lockdown protests at Parliament last year, I was told about a...

RNZ News The two-week old protest at New Zealand's Parliament has been added to the Ministry of Health's covid-19 locations of interest website as new...

By Jake McKee, RNZ News reporter Misinformation researchers are concerned the protest at New Zealand' s Parliament is becoming a "free-for-all" as the idea of...

RNZ News New Zealand's Police Commissioner admits some tow companies are reluctant to help with the removal of vehicles near Parliament but says some towing...

ANALYSIS: By Ross Hendy, Monash University The continued occupation of the Aotearoa New Zealand Parliament’s grounds by anti-vaccine mandate protesters (and others) provides a unique...

RNZ News Police say misinformation and a "range of different causes and motivations" are making it difficult to resolve the situation with protesters at New...

By Christine Rovoi, RNZ Pacific journalist With no plans to evacuate their citizens from Honiara, the international community is closely monitoring the situation in the...

By Sam Olley, RNZ News reporter Ngāti Whātua kaitiaki remain in bolstered numbers at the border between Tāmaki Makaurau and Te Tai Tokerau to stop...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk After his release from prison in South Africa and he became inaugural president of the majority rule government with the abolition...

Tagata Pasifika They were the face of a generation growing up in a new land. They were the Polynesian Panthers, young activists fighting against social...

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...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Activists from the Fukushima Anti-Nuclear Indonesia (IANFU) movement in Indonesia have held an action commemorating International Ocean Day demanding that the...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk About 4000 protesters took part in demonstrations across New Zealand at the weekend calling on the government to take action over...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Human Rights Watch (HRW) is calling on the Indonesian police to drop politically motivated treason charges against West Papua National Committee...

By Yogi Ernes in Jakarta Indonesian police have seized 15 Papuan students among scores arrested at a May Day rally in central Jakarta on the...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk One of the world’s first deep sea mining pilot tests has resulted in a huge machine being stuck on the seafloor...