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Regional (756)

  • 03
  • Jan

RNZI, 03 JAN, FIJI: A tropical cyclone warning is now in force for Fiji's Rotuma.

  • 19
  • Dec

RNZI: The Governor of Papua New Guinea's national capital has called for the government to review its policy on West Papua.

  • 25
  • Oct

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have unveiled a statue of a Fijian member of the elite British SAS force as they wind up their visit to Fiji.

  • 21
  • Sep

A CONSORTIUM of educators and international policy experts aims to develop and inspire a new generation of fisheries leaders across the Pacific Islands region.

  • 24
  • Jul

RNZI: Vanuatu's Foreign Minister says he's lost faith in the Melanesian Spearhead Group because of a lack of consensus and political engagement.

  • 23
  • Jul

RNZI - Vanuatu's Court of Appeal has upheld the Speaker's decision to eject a former prime minister from parliament.

  • 17
  • May

Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea – Papua New Guineans working in the informal sector want a simple, convenient and low-cost pension product to help them save for their old age.

  • 09
  • May

Pacific journalists have formed a network that will act as a platform for the exchange of stories and news content on environment issues in the Pacific.

  • 25
  • Apr

Civil society groups in West Papua including local non-governmental organisations, youth groups, students, women associations, church leaders and indigenous leaders are cautious about a surprise visit to West Papua by a Solomon Islands government delegation.

  • 17
  • Mar

PACEWS - "IT starts with you," those were the words from Afroz Shah, the UN Environment 2016 Champion of the Earth Award for Inspiration and Action, as he addressed the opening of the Sixth International Marine Debris Conference (6IMDC) in San Diego this week.

  • 14
  • Feb

THE 21st Melanesian Spearhead Group Foreign Ministers Meeting (FMM) concluded in Port Moresby on Tuesday with a number of decisions to be considered by Leaders, who will convene today for their Retreat.

  • 06
  • Feb

The past fifty (50) years have been a period of tremendous change for USP and the young people today enjoy more opportunity in education than ever before in our history.

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