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By Jan Kohout, RNZ Pacific journalist A new initiative has been launched in 15 Pacific Island countries to improve educational standards. The Pacific Regional Inclusive Education...

By Victor Mambor and Alvin Prasetyo in Jayapura The US Holocaust Memorial Museum is warning in a new report that mass killings of civilians could...

By Sirwan Kajjo in Dili In a deeply Catholic country, accusations that an American priest abused dozens of children at an orphanage stunned many in...

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...

THE VILLAGE EXPLAINER: By Dan McGarry With the Australian general election largely done and dusted, and with a clear (if still-to-be-quantified) mandate, Anthony Albanese faces...

By Anish Chand in Lautoka Fiji is making a mockery of its stand in the United Nations in condemning Russia’s war against Ukraine by allowing...

RNZ News Deeper and and more rapid cuts in greenhouse gas emissions are needed to limit the worst effects of global warming, a climate scientist...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The West Papua National Liberation Army-Free Papua Organisation (TPNPB-OPM) has rejected peace talks with the Indonesian government if it is only...

RNZ Pacific The United Nations says Indonesia must immediately drop charges and look into threats, intimidation and reprisals against human rights defender Veronica Koman and...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The French government’s decision to press ahead with the third and final referendum vote for self-determination in Kanaky New Caledonia was...

RNZ Pacific A late legal bid to postpone Sunday's independence referendum in New Caledonia has reportedly failed. A leading anti-independence leader and president of New Caledonia's...

RNZ Pacific Malaita province in Solomon Islands is planning to poll people on self-determination. It comes two weeks after a Malaitan-led protest against the national government...

By Johnny Blades, RNZ Pacific journalist The United Nations has glaring problems in Samoa where the government is calling for the UN's role in the...

By Filipe Naikaso of FBC News Five Fijians who are based in Afghanistan say they are safe and well. Speaking to FBC News, one of them...

RNZ News The climate is changing, faster than we thought - and humans have caused it. Last night, the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change...

ANALYSIS: By Jonathan Liljeblad, Australian National University Since the coup in Myanmar on February 1, the international community has struggled to agree on coherent action...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The Green Climate Fund is a beacon of rich-poor cooperation on tackling the climate crisis, reports Climate Change News. A newly reengaged...

Amnesty International is calling Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's crackdown on drugs a "systematic campaign of killing". It wants the United Nations to investigate what...

Vanuatu-based journalist Ben Bohane raises West Papuan questions with UN Secretary-General António Guterres during his visit to Vanuatu. Video: Ben Bohane/Ginny Stein By Dan McGarry...

UN Webcast reports on the UN Secretary-General António Guterres in Fiji. By RNZ Pacific The UN Secretary General António Guterres has praised Fiji as a strong...

By Michael Andrew Older generations are failing to address climate change and they need the world’s youth to lead the way, says United Nations Secretary-General...

AUT is a strategic partner for New Zealand's Techweek19 programme next month, on May 20-26, and the only NZ university taking part. Dr Roseanne...