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Niue's government has issued an alert for residents to board up their homes and stock up on supplies as cyclone Tuni nears the country, after causing minor damage in Samoa and American Samoa.
Niue's government has issued an alert for all residents to board up their homes and stock up on supplies as cyclone Tuni moves closer to the island.
Emergency services in Samoa, American Samoa and Tonga are getting a clearer picture this morning of the damage left by Tropical Cyclone Tuni.
A Wellington-based academic from Vanuatu has urged New Zealanders to look more closely at the roots of climate change.
A political scientist and Pasifika Director at Massey University says the Tongan government's inexperience has been a key characteristic, a year after elections there.
American Samoa's Health Department's latest report on dengue fever shows that the threat from the mosquito borne disease is continuing to weaken.
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An Australian police whistleblower says he has seen killings and other crimes in PNG but the Australian Government is turning a blind eye.
Samoa cop criticised over domestic violence message; PNG's Budget cut for Bougainville called unconstitutional; Same-sex renewal of vows barred in Cook Islands; Australia criticised for silence over Nauru; and Police whistleblower details PNG abuses.
A domestic violence activist in Samoa says a police officer telling women to think carefully before they waste paper making a statement shows the need for a change in attitude within the police force.
There is anger in Bougainville after the PNG national government reduced its payments to the region.
A gay couple who were hoping to renew their vows on a Cook Island beach last weekend, have been barred by the local community.
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