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Why NZ should join South Africa’s genocide case against Israel

The International Court of Justice will today begin hearing oral arguments in the case filed by South Africa, invoking the Genocide Convention in the...

Why West Papuans are raising a banned independence flag across Australia, NZ and the Pacific

BACKGROUNDER: By Stefan Armbruster On 1 December each year, in cities across Australia and New Zealand, a small group of West Papuan immigrants and refugees...

IFJ condemns deputy PM’s comments as threat to NZ press freedom

Pacific Media Watch Journalists and media workers have criticised comments made by Aotearoa New Zealand’s newly-elected Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters — who claimed that...

Peters has track record but NZ aid policy still hard to figure out

ANALYSIS: By Terence Wood In the wake of New Zealand’s recent election, and subsequent coalition negotiations, Winston Peters has emerged as New Zealand’s Foreign Minister...

Owen Wilkes was an admirable, fearless and unforgettable New Zealander

INTRODUCTION: By Mark Derby Just weeks after Owen Wilkes’ sudden death in 2005, a van arrived at his basic bach in Kāwhia to carry away...

Janfrie Wakim: Time to take action over the Gaza bloodshed – hope isn’t enough

About 5000 pro-Palestinian supporters gathered in Auckland’s Aotea Square and marched down Queen Street today calling for a ceasefire and humanitarian aid in the...