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RNZ News Protesters blocked roads in central Auckland this afternoon for the second time in two weeks, marching past the main entrance to the city's...

By Reiner Brabar in Jayapura Papua People's Petition (PRP) protesters have braved brutal police blockades, forced dispersals and assaults while staging simultaneous mass actions across...

PNG Post-Courier Angry voters in East Sepik and Hela have destroyed ballot boxes and set fire to ballot papers after finding that their names were...

Tabloid Jubi The Civil Organisations Solidarity for Papua Land has condemned Indonesia's Papua expansion plan of forming three new provinces risks causing new social conflicts. And...

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...

ANALYSIS: By Paul Spoonley, Massey University It has been interesting to watch media and public commentators come to the realisation -- sometimes slowly -- that...

COMMENTARY: Open letter by Nick Rockel to the Parliament protesters. So the Parliament protest goes on, the first protest I can recall having absolutely no...

COMMENTARY: By Gavin Ellis It is common practice for journalists to share contact details and locations in hostile environments such as war zones. Something is...

RNZ News The one million New Zealanders who are so far delaying getting their booster shots are the biggest concern of top covid-19 adviser Sir...

RNZ News "Go home and take your children" -- that was New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's plea to protesters remaining at Parliament today. Despite being...

RNZ News New Zealand's Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson has warned that although people have a right to protest when "they threaten, harass and disrupt...

By Robert Iroga in Honiara A defiant Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has vowed tonight that he will not resign and will defend Solomon Islands democracy...

RNZ Pacific A police station and several shops were set on fire by looters in Solomon Islands today after what started in the morning as...

ANALYSIS: By Alexander Gillespie, University of Waikato The covid protest outside Parliament earlier this month served as a warning that Aotearoa New Zealand is not...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk As world leaders meet in Glasgow for the UN Climate Summit (COP26), peaceful environmental activists are being threatened, silenced and criminalised...

RNZ News Thousands of protesters turned up at New Zealand's Parliament today, demanding an end to covid restrictions, while another group blocked Auckland's northern boundary...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Police stopped a climate change march in Suva today and forced activists to remove their banners. They also warned demonstrators against making...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Protesting students have held demonstrations in several cities around Indonesia to mark seven years of President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo's administration, reports...

By Agus Pabika in Jayapura President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo's visit to Papua last weekend to officially open Indonesia's National Games (PON XX) and officiate a...

By Rahel Narda Chaterine in Jakarta The Papua Advocacy Team says that Indonesian police committed acts of violence and sexual harassment while breaking up a...

By Hengky Yeimo in Jayapura Papuan activist Victor Yeimo has been receiving medical treatment in hospital following a police crackdown on a protest in the...

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...