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Primary Schools in Auckland taking up the call by the Ministry of Pacific Peoples to embrace Tongan language week this year online.
What has cocaine washing ashore on a Tongan beach got to do with geography and Covid-19?
Several organisations in New Zealand supporting Pasifika families with basic necessities during alert level 4 lockdown are seeing greater numbers requesting help. Audio
Several organisations in New Zealand supporting Pasifika families with basic necessities during alert level four lockdown are seeing greater numbers requesting help. Audio
A dedicated Covid-19 testing station for the largest sub-cluster of this outbreak opened today in Auckland.
A series of digital code camps in the Pacific are aimed at engaging learners in STEM and coding activities, as Indigenous learners are underrepresented in the technology industry.
A group of Pacific experts across a range of disciplines focused on children's health and development are motivated to find appropriate strategies to combat the inequities and failings for Pacific… Audio
Police in Tonga have so far charged 15 people in their ongoing investigation into cocaine packages that washed up on beaches on Vava'u.
A survivor of abuse in a faith-based institution is calling for the Catholic church to take care of survivors who come forward to talk about their experience.
Young netball shooter shares her journey to playing professionally, especially with sporting idols she grew up admiring.
A man who suffered abuse while in care says he wants transformative change in the state care system in New Zealand.
A Samoan survivor has come forward to the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry to share her experience of the abuse she suffered in psychiatric care and to highlight areas of concern.
A brave witness at the Abuse in Care Royal Commission of Inquiry Pacific Investigation shared her experience of coming forward to the Catholic Church and police about the abuse her relative suffered…
A Cook Island-Māori survivor of state care abuse has shared his lived experiences to the Royal Commission to encourage others who have been abused in care to come forward and speak up.
A 66-year-old Tongan man who came to New Zealand in the mid-1970s for medical treatment, shares his story about how his family experienced the dawn raids in Auckland.
A float parade in Tonga was initiated by the Ministry of Tourism to lighten up the mood in the Kingdom.
Flying Fijians excited to take on the All Blacks in Dunedin this week as it has been ten years since they last met on the field.
A former Tongan professional international rugby player is breaking down cultural barriers, by helping to empower members of his Christchurch Pasifika Community, changing perceptions of disability.
A Niuean church elder has shared his horrid experience in state care this week with the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care.
PacificAus Sports partnership supports Pacific Olympic and Paralympic athletes gear up for Tokyo 2021.
The Pacific Kids' Learning team has just completed their pilot programme where they taught 50 Pasifika students in South Auckland how to create animation stories. Audio
The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care will hold its first Pacific public hearing in July, a safe space for Pasifika survivors and witnesses to come forward.
New Zealand's Minister of Finance Grant Robertson announced a big investment of NZD$108 million to support the wellbeing of the Pacific population.
A New Zealand research team is seeking Pasifika input on how to improve adults' literacy and numeracy skills.
New Zealand's first Pacific drama series has been created that is written, directed, produced and crewed entirely by the Moana people.