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By RNZ News The Auckland girl's secondary school Marist College has New Zealand's biggest Covid-19 cluster with 47 confirmed and probable cases. It is the biggest...

The South African 'Don't Panic Buy' jingle. Video: ENCA/PickNSave PACIFIC PANDEMIC DIARY: By David Robie, self-isolating in Auckland under New Zealand’s Covid-19 lockdown as part...

By RNZ Pacific The number of people testing positive for Covid-19 in French Polynesia has risen by four to 34. The update from the government said...

By RNZ News New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern spoke to her followers on Facebook today from her office in Premier House. Her chat lasted about...

By RNZ Pacific Guam remains the Pacific pandemic hot spot with the number of Covid-19 coronavirus cases climbing above 50. On Friday six people tested positive...

By Mong Palatino Many Indonesian internet users have expressed anger over the decision of the House of Representatives (DPR) to test its 575 members for...

By Michelle Steven in Port Moresby Pacific New Guinea's National Capital City Covid-19 Task Force team is preparing ahead should there be a possible coronavirus...

By RNZ News As the number of Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic cases in New Zealand increases, daily demand for protective clothing for medical workers has come...

By Johnny Blades, RNZ Pacific journalist A 43-year-old woman has reportedly died due to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic in Indonesian-administered West Papua province. It is the...

IN-DEPTH: By Kate Newton of RNZ News A week ago, Shaun Hendy packed up a desktop computer and monitor at his University of Auckland office...

By Ardila Syakriah in Jakarta Experts are warning the public in Indonesia against panic-buying chloroquine phosphate, an antimalarial drug thought to be a possible treatment...

By Philip Cass Tonga will go into lockdown at 1am on Sunday morning, March 29. There will also be a night time curfew from 8pm to...

By RNZ News New Zealand has - almost - made it through the first day of the national month-long lockdown, and according to Prime Minister...

OPINION: By Antonio Sampaio in Dili The Timor-Leste authorities have to improve significantly the conditions in which journalists are working to cover the Covid-19 coronavirus...

By RNZ Pacific More Covid-19 pandemic cases have been confirmed in the Pacific, taking the total of infected people to at least 172, with several...

ANALYSIS: By Rizki Fachriansyah and Ary Hermawan in Jakarta The Covid-19 pandemic situation is already bad in Indonesia, which now has the highest death toll...

By Felipe F Salvosa II in Manila The Philippines Senate and the House of Representatives have passed identical bills granting extra powers to the president...

By RNZ Pacific New Caledonia has recorded a further two Covid-19 cases, bringing its total to nine. Few details have been released but a government spokesperson...

By RNZ News Four new cases of community transmission have been reported in New Zealand today, as the Health Ministry revealed 40 new cases of...

OPINION: By Scott Waide in Lae So it’s a global pandemic with 16,000+ dead already, more than 375,000 infected and nearly 102,000 recovered. It was a...

By RNZ News New Zealanders are preparing to go into an unprecedented lockdown period at midnight on Wednesday to stem the spread of the Covid-19...

By RNZ Pacific Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister James Marape has declared a national state of emergency and warned the public to prepare for a...