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ANALYSIS: By Shailendra Singh of the University of the South Pacific In Fiji’s politically charged context, national elections are historically a risky period. Since the...

By Wata Shaw in Suva Fiji's Economy Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum is "doing damage" to the premier regional university by withholding the Fiji government’s obligatory contribution,...

On Pacific Beat with Evan Wasuka The University of South Pacific’s vice-chancellor says Fiji’s failure to pay its grant contribution for the third year in...

By Wata Shaw in Suva Fiji Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama opened the 51st Pacific Islands Forum leaders meeting yesterday by saying it was setting the...

By the RNZ Pacific editorial team in Suva The 51st Pacific Forum Leaders (PIF) Meeting starting today has been dealt a major blow after the...

By Lice Movono, RNZ Pacific correspondent in Suva and Koroi Hawkins, RNZ Pacific journalist In a watershed moment, Pacific Islands Forum leaders have agreed on...

COMMENTARY: By David Robie Timor-Leste, the youngest independent nation and the most fledgling press in the Asia-Pacific, has finally shown how it’s done -- with...

By Felix Chaudhary in Suva People’s Alliance party leader Sitiveni Rabuka says the FijiFirst government is not fit to run the country because it cannot...

By Koroi Hawkins, RNZ Pacific journalist Campaigning is underway for the general election in Fiji later this year and early predictions are pointing to a...

By Venkat Raman in Auckland Fiji's National Federation Party leader and Member of Parliament Dr Biman Prasad is confident that the incumbent Voreqe Bainimarama government...

By David Robie in Auckland Opposition National Federation Party leader Professor Biman Prasad is confident there will be a change of government in Fiji this...

By Michael Field of The Pacific Newsroom Fiji’s police chief Sitiveni Qiliho looks to have dug out an old playbook that was used over a...

By Luke Nacei in Suva It is the duty of men to uplift women and not undermine them or stand in their way, says Fiji...

COMMENTARY: By Michael Field in Auckland China’s activities in the South Pacific are causing growing alarm in Washington, forcing US Secretary of State Antony...

By Christine Rovoi, RNZ Pacific journalist A human rights advocate in Fiji says the country should be ashamed of the exile of the now dead...

OBITUARY: By Professor Biman Prasad Brij Vilash Lal, banished from the land of his birth by the Bainimarama government in November 2009 for championing democracy...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A contingent of 50 Republic of Fiji Military Forces troops flew to Honiara today to help restore security and stability in...

ANALYSIS: By Wadan Narsey in Suva The opinion polls about voting intentions for Fiji's 2022 General Election suggests that voters face the horrible challenge of...

COMMENTARY: By Graham Davis One of the great failures of Fiji’s climate action campaign has been the missed opportunity of not linking up with arguably...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Police stopped a climate change march in Suva today and forced activists to remove their banners. They also warned demonstrators against making...

By Talebula Kate Fiji has done its part in the fight against climate change by pushing for the first international accord to include the 1.5-degree...

By Talebula Kate in Suva Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama was briefed yesterday on Fiji’s priority areas ahead of the 26th Conference of Parties (COP26) which...