June 8, 2022

Leaders of the Micronesian Presidents’ Summit (MPS) said they would rescind their withdrawal from the Pacific Islands Forum when all members adopt a reform package that provides amongst other things

August 5, 2020

Governments must include civil society in COVID response, a call ahead of next weeks Pacific Economic ministers meeting. At their meeting economic ministers will grapple with an economic crisis worse

May 11, 2020

An insurance payout of about $10.4 million by the World Bank will now help facilitate the Tongan government’s recovery efforts post Tropical Cyclone Harold. Tonga’s Minister of Finance Tevita Lavemaa’u

April 8, 2020

Close to 300 Europeans stranded in 13 Pacific Island countries including Fiji are on their way home in special flights that left Nadi Airport yesterday evening. Among the passengers are

February 17, 2020

Central Honiara MP John Moffat Fugui and Northeast Guadalcanal MP Jamie Vokia on Friday lost their seats in two dramatic Solomon Islands High Court election petition rulings. #PacificNews

February 17, 2020

Boost for post-Cotonou negotiations between the European Union (EU)and ACP countries as the two chief negotiators agreed Friday on way forward. #PacificNews

February 17, 2020

UN Secretary-General António Guterres began Pakistan visit highlighting the country's commitment to climate action and calling on the world to step up theirs. #PacificNews

January 30, 2020

Top Papua New Guinea treasury and reserve bank officials have appeared at a Commission of Inquiry into a controversial state loan.

January 30, 2020

The power supply on Samoa's main island is operating in an effective state of emergency, the country's electricity utility says.

January 30, 2020

The Pacific Islands Forum says there are no arrangements in place to evacuate Pacific students studying in China under its scholarship programme.
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