Interviews

Gordon Campbell: Israel’s murderous use of AI in Gaza and the ‘kill lists’

COMMENTARY: By Gordon Campbell This may seem like a dumb question -- but how come Israel has managed to kill at least 33,000 Palestinian civilians in Gaza, including over 13,000...

Caitlin Johnstone: CNN finally tells the truth about the Flour Massacre after previously shilling for Israel

COMMENTARY: By Caitlin Johnstone CNN has a new report out showing that (surprise!) Israel lied about the Flour Massacre...

Journalists offered ‘radical’ solution to save part of NZ’s Newshub, says Gower

RNZ News Warner Bros Discovery will struggle to retain viewers in New Zealand if it has no news operation,...

Violent clashes in New Caledonia as tensions rise over nickel pact

By Patrick Decloitre Fresh clashes in New Caledonia have erupted in the suburbs of Nouméa between security forces and...

Fiji’s position over Israeli war on Gaza – international blunder or a domestic strategy?

SPECIAL REPORT: By Richard Naidu, editor of Islands Business South Africa’s genocide case against Israel at the International Court...

ABC launches new TV show, The Pacific – and its storytellers

SPECIAL REPORT: By Natasha Johnson When Tahlea Aualiitia talks about hosting the ABC’s new Pacific-focused news and current affairs TV programme, The Pacific, her voice...

‘Calm in crisis’ Koroi Hawkins steps up as RNZ Pacific’s first Melanesian editor

By Sri Krishnamurthi Highly respected and convivial Koroi Hawkins has become RNZ Pacific’s first Melanesian editor after arriving in New Zealand in 2014 and says...

‘No Fiji TV broadcast tonight due to censorship’ – Rika recalls Fiji media intimidation

By Lice Movono in Suva Veteran Fijian journalist Netani Rika and his wife were resting in their living room when he was suddenly woken, startled...

Myanmar’s military has ‘turned whole country into a prison’

Airstrikes ordered against civilian targets, destruction of thousands of buildings, millions displaced, nearly 3000 civilians murdered, more than 13,000 jailed, the country’s independent media...

Fiji’s media veterans recount intimidation under FijiFirst government – eye on reforms

Pacific Media Watch Radio Australia’s Pacific Beat reports today on how Fiji has fared under the draconian Media Act that has restricted media freedom over...

Fiji’s coalition trinity means ‘more cooks’ but Rabuka confident on future

The first time Sitiveni Rabuka was elected into office was more than 30 years ago. Today marks a little over a month since he...