EMTV is Papua New Guinea’s oldest and largest television station and has been the country’s window to the world for over three decades, EMTV offers a free-to-air,
Pacific Cooperation Broadcasting Limited (PCBL) aims to bring the best of New Zealand content to you via its contribution feed service Pasifika TV. We will keep you updated with the latest news and current affairs happening locally and from the Pacific.
Tongan international and Highlanders prop Siosiua Halanukonuka has signed to play for the Glasgow Warriors.
Subject to visa and medical approval, the 30-year-old will join Glasgow in October at the end of his season with the Tasman Makos in New Zealand's provincial rugby competition.
The 120kg prop made his debut for Tonga in 2014, appearing off the bench in a 23-9 win over Georgia.
Cook Islands language and culture is being celebrated in New Zealand this week.
Te epetoma o te reo Māori Kuki Airani or Cook Islands Language Week celebrates the languages spoken by the people of the Cook Islands.
Gary Monk’s love affair with the Pacific region started over four decades ago, and it is still going strong, with his recent appointment as Chairman of Pacific Cooperation Broadcasting Limited (PBCL) in April 2017.
A returning officer working in Papua New Guinea's election in Morobe province is reported to have taken refuge in police custody in fear of his life, following an upset result.
Finschaffen district's returning officer, Essing Ulam, has told local media that tensions have risen around the declaration of the electorate's new Member-elect Renbo Paita yesterday.
New Zealand have had plenty to celebrate so far at the OFC U19 Championship. They are 90 minutes away from sealing qualification to next year's FIFA Under 20 Women's World Cup, while Papua New Guinea lead the chasing pack going into the penultimate round of matches at the OFC Under 19 Championships in Auckland.
Pacific Cooperation Broadcasting Limited’s (PCBL) recent inaugural Media Exchange Programme (MEP) has been an eye-opener for Cook Islands Television Programming and Presentation Manager Temo Sukanaivalu (pictured).