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COMMENT: By Shilo Kino What were you doing during the foreshore and seabed hīkoi in 2004? I wish I could say I was at the protest, gripping...

ANALYSIS: By Alex Baumann, Western Sydney University and Samuel Alexander, University of Melbourne Among the many hard truths exposed by covid-19 is the huge disparity...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Fiji's NGO Coalition on Human Rights has called for stronger accountability and commitment to human rights at home in response to...

K Road Chronicles video produced by Stuff with NZ On Air. By RNZ's The Weekend with Karyn Hay The K Road Chronicles is a New Zealand webseries...

ANALYSIS: By Ramzy Baroud The notion that the covid-19 pandemic was "the great equalizer' should be dead and buried by now. If anything, the lethal...

ANALYSIS: By David Hall, Auckland University of Technology A pandemic can change the foundations of a society. But if this happens in New Zealand over...

By RNZ News The Green Party say voters have given a strong signal they are valued in the New Zealand government, and they have ambitions...

COMMENT: By Ziena Jalil Diversity was in the spotlight last week. Te Wiki o te Reo Māori and Te Wā Tuku Reo Māori were embraced...

ANALYSIS: By Bryan Bruce National’s economic policy of temporary tax cuts for next month's New Zealand general election yesterday proved - if proof be needed...

COMMENTARY: By Bryan Bruce I live in Auckland. Last night while driving home around 8pm I passed a small roadside car park with about 10...

COMMENT: By Teuila Fuatai South Auckland and its communities, specifically Pasifika, are at the centre of New Zealand's current covid-19 cluster. As a result, media coverage,...

By RNZ Pacific Plans for spending NZ$5.3 on construction of the Fiji Prime Minister's new office should be diverted to people affected by the covid-19...

Not everyone is in the same boat! Video: Al Jazeera Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres argues that inequality starts at the top...

ANALYSIS: By Bryan Bruce in the first of a series What is the purpose of an economy? I realised this morning that it is 7 years...

ANALYSIS: By Bryan Bruce The selection of Judith Collins by her colleagues as the new leader of New Zealand's opposition National Party is a last...

The National editorial Hundreds walked the Sir John Guise drive on Thursday calling for justice for the brutal death of 19-year-old mother-of-two – Jenelyn Kennedy...

Athletes from the Papua New Guinea’s national team joined the peaceful "cry for justice" march in the nation's capital of Port Moresby. Video: EMTV...

COMMENT: By Bryan Bruce Every time I wrote a sentence to describe the slow motion collision of social, economic and political forces that are simultaneously...

COMMENT: By James Tapp It's only been a year and half since I started university, but sometimes that's enough time to realise more about the...

COMMENT: By Sue Bradford for Pundit and RNZ News In the age of covid-19 we are Jacinda's team of five million, except for some. There has rarely...

By RNZ News The sense of national unity felt during the Covid-19 lockdown may disappear as social isolation and economic costs hit home, a report...

COMMENTARY: By Scott Waide in Lae As the new Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, you have your work cut out for you. You have...