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ANALYSIS: By Stephen Howes and Kingtau Mambon It is often said that Papua New Guinea elections are fought on local issues, and this is no...

EDITORIAL: By the Rappler team We will continue bringing you the news, holding the powerful to account for their actions and decisions, calling attention to...

By Luke Nacei in Suva Foreign investors could be sent to jail in Fiji for breaking a new investment law, says the prominent Suva law...

ANALYSIS: By Alexander Gillespie, University of Waikato This week’s White House meeting between NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and US President Joe Biden reflected a...

ANALYSIS: By Mark Kenny, Australian National University You first have to lose an election on principle if you want to win one on principle. This was...

COMMENTARY: By Nina Santos in Auckland On May 9, the Philippines went to the polls in what has been called “by far the most divisive...

By Dwight de Leon in Manila The Commission on Elections (Comelec) says it is investigating a viral video which purportedly showed men in police uniform...

By Kelvin Anthony, RNZ Pacific regional correspondent and Koroi Hawkins, RNZ Pacific journalist The Solomon Islands prime minister is adamant a security co-operation agreement his...

PNG Post-Courier Papua New Guinea's Police Commissioner David Manning -- who is also head of the country's Covid-19 National Control Centre -- has placed United...

By Gorethy Kenneth in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea's general election will go ahead as planned in June with CCTV (closed circuit television) to monitor...

ANALYSIS: By Transform Aqorau in Honiara It has been an interesting couple of weeks for Solomon Islands, with stories of policing, weapons, replica weapons and...

ANALYSIS: By Sarah Kendall, The University of Queensland This week, the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security released its much anticipated report on national...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk The first media freedom advocacy group has formed in the Marshall Islands. Organisers this week were in the initial phase of...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Papua New Guinea's police and courts must work closely with media for transparency to inform the public on the daily investigation...

By Wansolwara staff in Port Vila A separate independent investigation will be conducted into allegations of abuse of office at the University of the South...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk A group of Australia-based supporters is trying to revitalise Australian broadcasting in the Pacific and Asia region. For more than 50 years,...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Transparency International Papua New Guinea (TIPNG) says its work will continue despite a break-and-entry incident that occurred at their Boroko premises...

A citizens video appealing to Papua New Guinean citizens to beat corruption and "vote for change". Video: Mangi PNG By Kiwiana Ngabung in Port Moresby Transparency International...

Transparency International New Zealand has been warning the government about weaknesses in corporate ownership and trust legislation for more than 15 years, says the...

Transparency International NZ New Zealand has fallen to fourth place in the Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index - the second consecutive drop in a survey...

Report from Evening Report By Selwyn Manning in Auckland New Zealand Trade Minister Todd McClay yesterday released the National Interest Analysis (NIA), a document tasked to...

Report from Pacific Media Watch By Catherine Putz of The Diplomat Of Vanuatu’s 270,000 people, an estimated 200,000 turned up to vote in last Friday's snap...