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Efforts to help earthquake-affected communities rebuild their lives in Papua New Guinea's Highlands region are in full swing.
Hinewirangi Kohu Morgan uses Tāonga Pūoro as a tool for healing with victims of sexual assault. In the exhibition The Right to Speak she has created a carved hue (gourd), based on a story retold to her from a fellow Hawaiian artist. Audio
Fiji's government is remaining tight-lipped regarding its involvement with a South Korea church, whose leader has been arrested and accused of enslaving some 400 followers in Fiji.
A refugee on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island has mounted a protest against four companies providing services to about 600 men exiled there by Australia.
The Pacific Islands Forum summit in Nauru next month will consider the region pooling resources to create a US$1.5 billion climate change fund.
Your free download from RNZ Concert this month is a stunning performance of one of the great classics. And Elgar's Enigma Variations are still available too.
There’s real blood pumping through the LA-based Kiwi's synth-soaked debut album, writes Nick Bollinger. Audio
Paddle boarder, honorary crematorium organist and the seventh best comedian of all time; polymath Bill Bailey is back with brand new show Earl of Whimsy. Audio
RNZ Music is excited to be the first to share the psychedelic and wonderfully unsettling video for 'Lizard Brain' by Wellington experimentalists All Seeing Hand.
It was widely reported that a heatwave in Europe was caused by a hot air plume from Africa. But the North African heatwave that preceded the European one barely rated a mention. Audio
Dunedin artist Dudley Benson's latest album was eight years in the making, but it's worth the wait, writes Nick Bollinger. Audio
Moriori are sick of being used as a political football in arguments between Pākehā and Māori, leader Māui Solomon says. Audio
To celebrate their anniversary the NZSQ is touring nationwide and visiting some of the remarkable historic venues to be found around the country. Helene Pohl and Rolf Gjelsten talk to Upbeat. Audio
Zev Kaka-Holtz won a bronze award in one of the world's most prestigious cheese competitions for his Kau Piro (smelly cow in te reo) - a camembert-style cheese.
Meet 16-year-old Kiwi-born South African Sizwe Singhsesi, aka Lord$eez.
APEC is being billed by PNG's government as the ultimate chance to unlock the resource-rich country's economic potential, but not everyone is convinced hosting the summit will put PNG on the map.
American Samoa's Power Authority is embarking on a major alternative energy project which its acting executive director, Wallon Young, says will save the ASPA about $US6 million annually.
A new framework is bringing a more human aspect to the way Government decides to do things including how they’ll spend money in Budget 2019. Audio
The Thompsons have just planted 15 hectares of kiwifruit trees and 4,000 lemon trees. Back in 2008, they tried to retire, but it only lasted six months. Audio
BBC Proms 2018 is highlighting women composers, past and present. This week's concerts include music by Lili Boulanger, Morfydd Owen and Tansy Davies.
Those who report the news must make up their minds about how to cover the provocative personalities who want their attention, writes Colin Peacock. Video, Audio
Opinion - When the government announced it was banning single-use plastic bags it was the word 'compulsory' that shocked people the most, writes Greg Roughan.
Peter Kitchen's beet harvesting bucket for tractors is attracting worldwide after a YouTube video of some "rugged bucket action" went viral. Video, Audio, Gallery
Opinion - We need the ability to disagree well, writes Chris Gallavin.