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Fiji records second COVID-19 death

Fiji has recorded its second COVID-19 related death. Local media […]

Tahiti school to reopen despite surge in COVID case

A school in Tahiti will reopen this week despite a […]

COVID community transmission in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea begins to see an increase in new […]

Private sector calls for regional action on COVID-19

Though many Pacific Island countries have so far been spared […]

Fiji confirms new COVID case

Fiji has confirmed a new case of coronavirus related to […]

Kanye West says he will run for US president

United States rapper Kanye West has said he is running […]

Many in black rally for Jenelyn and against PNG gender-based violence

Many wore black yesterday in rallies against gender-based violence in […]

Vanuatu exports – COVID-19 and extreme weather worry experts

The dual crisis of COVID-19 and the impact of the […]

Ni-Vanuatu workers leave, jobs open up in NZ

Over 1000 seasonal workers from Vanuatu stranded in New Zealand […]

New Zealand records two new COVID-19 cases

The new COVID-19 cases recorded in New Zealand today are two women

Solomon Airlines suspends international passenger flights till August

Solomon Islands national airline will not be running international passenger flights until the end of August.

Australian Prime Minister to push for reopening of borders domestically

Prime Minister Scott Morrison will stress the need to slash […]

New Zealand lifts all COVID restrictions, declaring the nation virus-free

New Zealand lifts all COVID -19 restrictions declaring a COVID free nation.

France releases New Caledonia referendum roll

The special electoral roll for New Caledonia’s next referendum on independence from France has been released, with voters given 10 days to check it.

Temaru’s bank savings seized by French prosecutor

French Polynesia’s pro-independence leader, Oscar Temaru says the public prosecutor has seized $US100, 000 from his private bank account.

Sexual assault on minors’ alarming prevelent’ in Tonga-Chief Justice

Tonga’s Chief Justice has stated that sexual offenses on minors are’ alarming prevelant’ in the country.

Pressure mounts on NZ and Aust to include Pacific in ‘bubble’

Pressure is mounting for New Zealand to make a Pacific ‘travel bubble’ a priority along with, or even ahead of, opening its boarders with Australia.

Solomon Opposition calls for Police Commissioner appointment

The Solomon Islands Opposition leader, Matthew Wale has called on the government to fill the commissioner of Police position.

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