By Eleisha Foon, Journalist for RNZ Basic humanitarian needs are going unmet in Fiji say charities trying to provide food for Fijians caught up in the country’s health and humanitarian crisis. Thousands of food packs have been distributed across the nation by non-government organisations since the second wave outbreak began in April. But, as the situation […]
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Fiame Naomi Mata'afa reflects on the turbulent months leading up to her installment as Prime Minister of Samoa.
The support comes as Fiji's Covid-19 death toll passes 250.
The New Zealand Government has formally apologised to Pacific communities for the Dawn Raids of the 1970s. Pacific people from across Aotearoa gathered in and outside the Auckland Town Hall to hear the apology. We spoke to some to hear their thoughts.
The Government is making a formal Dawn Raids apology today at the Auckland Town Hall.
Samoa Prime Minister Fiame Naomi Mata’afa is getting down to business.
Part of Te Maeva Nui, the Tu Rangatira Awards celebrated Cook Islander achievements.
By Andrew McRae, RNZ A man who was denied his true ethnicity for 30 years says he struggled mentally after finally finding out the truth. David Crichton has told the inquiry into abuse in care that after being brought up as Māori, at the age of 30, he found out he was Samoan. He spent most […]
By Sela Jane Hopgood, RNZ Pacific 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. In August 1992, Rachael Umaga from Wellington left a violent relationship and sought a protection order against […]