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By Mark Rabago, RNZ Pacific Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas correspondent The US Department of Justice is being urged to condemn and cease its reliance...

COMMENTARY: By Ronny Kareni Recent videos depicting the barbaric torture of an indigenous Papuan man by Indonesian soldiers have opened the wounds of West Papua's...

ANALYSIS: By Cassandra Mudgway, University of Canterbury The high-stress nature of working in politics is increasingly taking a toll on staff and politicians. But an...

ANALYSIS: By M. Muhannad Ayyash, Mount Royal University American President Joe Biden is among the latest Western politicians to land in Tel Aviv in a...

By Lydia Lewis, RNZ Pacific journalist A Tongan RSE worker, whose case sparked an independent review of Immigration New Zealand's "out-of-hours compliance visit" practices, is...

COMMENTARY: By John Minto Palestine Solidarity Network Aotearoa (PSNA) supporters are livid Labour is refusing to recognise the state of Palestine a full 104 years...

RNZ News New Zealand police are investigating after the home of Te Pāti Māori election candidate Hana-Rāwhiti Maipi-Clarke was invaded, vandalised, and a threatening letter...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Yamin Kogoya Prominent West Papuan independence activist Victor Yeimo was yesterday released from prison in Jayapura, Indonesia's occupied capital of West Papua,...

TE WIKI O TE RĒO MĀORI: By Aroha Awarau Christina Dawa Kutsmana Thomas is on a mission to save her indigenous language from extinction. There...

This open letter to En Avant Toute and journalists at France 24 and France Info marked the International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples...

ANALYSIS: By François Dubet, Université de Bordeaux Although they never fail to take us aback, French riots have followed the same distinct pattern ever since...

ANALYSIS: By Bevin Veale, Massey University The impending arrival of Kelly-Jean Keen-Minshull -- aka Posie Parker -- has put the spotlight on the tension between...

RNZ News New Zealand Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has described today's Waitangi Day dawn service as moving and says he welcomes the shift away from...

By Jamie Tahana, RNZ News Te Ao Māori journalist at Waitangi, and Russell Palmer, digital political journalist Iwi leaders in Aotearoa New Zealand have accused opposition...

ANALYSIS: By Tony Fala Edson Arantes do Nascimento passed away at the age of 82 after a brave battle with colon cancer in Brazil on...

ANALYSIS: By Grant Walton, Husnia Hushang and Neelesh Gounder In 2006, Fiji’s current Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama, seized power from a government that had been...

ANALYSIS: By Khairiah A. Rahman "On the ground, there is a sense of disquiet and distrust of the organisers’ motivations for the hui, as some...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Tony Fala Community organisers representing multiple Aotearoa struggles gathered at the Ponsonby Community Centre in Tāmaki Makaurau last Sunday to celebrate the...

ANALYSIS: By Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov in Oslo We call for a world in which technology is built in service of humanity and where...

RNZ News New research details the extent of racism, othering and tokenism faced by Māori and Pacific postgraduate students in Aotearoa New Zealand. The paper, published...

By Ashleigh McCaull, RNZ News Te Ao Māori reporter Māori councillors have detailed the torrents of abuse and racism they say they face in their...

ANALYSIS: By T.J. Thomson, Queensland University of Technology; Julie McLaughlin, Queensland University of Technology, and Leah King-Smith, Queensland University of Technology Content warning: this article...