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A 15,000-signature petition has been handed to the palace requesting that the Tongan king stop the government from ratifying a UN convention on women's rights.
Several suspects are being questioned after Fiji's Police Commissioner was attacked at a Suva restaurant on Thursday night.
Fiji's opposition MPs have boycotted today's sitting of Parliament.
The Cook Islands National Council of Women has launched a campaign in an effort to eliminate violence against women in the country.
Reports from Kiribati say the editor of the publicly-owned Te Uekera newspaper has been forced to take leave.
A leading New Caledonian politician has called on France to host another summit with the leaders of Pacific Island countries to highlight the challenges created by climate change.
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NZ relief organisations condemn Vanuatu's bid to reroute aid; Aid has still not reached some in Vanuatu; NZ foreign aid increase good but more needed; Destructive tides force some Kiribati communities to move inland permanently; The EU says it's up to the Pacific to decide how to push forward stalled economic negotiations; And Bougainville's caretaker president says Bougainvilleans will suffer if the spat between Australia and PNG isn't resolved soon.
NZ relief agencies say Vanuatu government call on aid post cyclone a bad idea.
A New Zealand resident ni-Vanuatu woman returns to Vanuatu for the first time since it was hit by Tropical Cyclone Pam more than two months ago.
The umbrella group for New Zealand's NGOs welcomes Budget foreign aid increase but says this country still needs to up its game.
Academic says PNG's Bougainville ban on Australia a product of the confidence that comes with a fast growing economy.
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