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COMMENTARY: By David Reid of Local Democracy Reporting A media bribe? More like the deal of the century. Fifty-five million dollars does sound like a lot...

ANALYSIS: By Gavin Ellis of Knightly Views The proposal for a new entity to replace Television New Zealand and RNZ has two fundamental flaws that...

COMMENTARY: By Paul Thompson The New Zealand government last week unveiled the creation of a new public media entity that will incorporate RNZ and TVNZ....

ANALYSIS: By Peter Thompson, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington The announcement of the government’s decision to merge RNZ and TVNZ into a...

RNZ News RNZ and TVNZ will be subsidiaries of a new mega public media organisation, Broadcasting Minister Kris Faafoi has confirmed. Faafoi announced the long-awaited changes...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk On 10 July 1985 the Greenpeace flagship, the Rainbow Warrior, was sunk at an Auckland wharf. Two French secret agents planted two limpet...

ANALYSIS: By Tim Murphy and Mark Jennings, co-editors of Newsroom Less than half the New Zealand public now professes "overall trust" in news media outlets,...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The local West Papua action group in Dunedin has met Taieri MP Ingrid Leary and raised human rights and militarisation issues...

By Colin Peacock, RNZ Mediawatch presenter The New Zealand government has appointed eight people to oversee a business case for a new public media entity...

By Dominic Godfrey, RNZ Pacific journalist Help with living costs while studying and extra support for mental health are two areas Pacific tertiary students want...

From RNZ Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan New Zealand established its credentials as an independent small nation after the fatal bombing of the Greenpeace flagship Rainbow...

By Michael Norris in Wellington After a week-long controversy, New Zealand’s public broadcaster Radio New Zealand (RNZ) has withdrawn a proposal to axe its classical...

By Michael Andrew International and Pacific reporting are among the first casualties of struggling New Zealand newsrooms as they try to cut costs to make...

By Michael Andrew The occupation at Ihumātao is a spectacle of flags. In every direction they flutter. Alongside tino rangatiratanga - the Māori flag of independence,...

By RNZ News Auckland University of Technology has denied bowing to Chinese government pressure to stop one of its rooms being used for an event...

By RNZ Media are a crucial part of the democratic process and accessibility to politicians is key to informing the public, say Pacific journalists visiting...

By RNZ News Auckland Council has declared a climate emergency after an Environment Committee meeting today. The council’s motion was passed unanimously and was met with...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk New Zealand’s major media companies have agreed to follow a strict protocol when covering the trial of the Christchurch mosque accused terrorist. The...

ANALYSIS: By Colin Peacock of RNZ's Mediawatch The allocation of $15 million for public broadcasting will be split between RNZ, New Zealand on Air and...

TRIBUTE: By Geoff Lealand in Auckland David Beatson, broadcaster, editor, journalist, public intellectual and media visionary, proposed a new, or renewed, role for New Zealand...

BRIEFING: By Colin Peacock of RNZ Mediawatch While a former US President’s visit preoccupied the New Zealand media this week, the state visit of the...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk The Pacific Media Centre, well established as a champion for media freedom, celebrated its 10th anniversary last week and the milestone...