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The Tonga Amateur Sports Association and National Olympic Committee is bankrupt, according to the country's Prime Minister.
Vanuatu's caretaker government has sought an emergency loan from its national bank and reaffirmed its commitment to a World Bank loan to upgrade the country's international airport.
Fiji's Director of Public Prosecutions has filed additional charges against the police and military officers accused of raping a civilian in police custody in 2014.
Three Kiribati parliamentarians will face off in the presidential election next month.
Fiji's opposition leader says the international community is turning a blind eye to what she calls the government's campaign to return Fiji to the days of repression and dictatorship.
The Fiji sevens teams have a point to prove in Sydney this weekend after relinquishing top spot in the World Series standings.
Latest from Dateline Pacific
The Fiji opposition wants international community to step in over the suspensions of the NFP Party; fears in Fiji that next police boss will be a military man; an International Labour Organisation dispute in Fiji could finally be over; there are protests in American Samoa over lawmakers' planned salary hikes; PNG's new National Football Stadium to open in Port Moresby.
Fiji Opposition leader calls for international action of the suspension of another party and its MPs from parliament.
It's feared that a military man could be rubber stamped as the next police commissioner in Fiji.
The traditional home of rugby league in Papua New Guinea is about to reopen.
An ILO dispute in Fiji could finally be over; Protests in American Samoa over lawmakers' salary hikes; Vanuatu govt lobbying fluid despite pact signing; Tonga has declared a Zika epidemic amid 265 suspected cases; There's pressure on the Australian government to allow asylum seekers to stay; And there's hopes Lapita scholars will explore Fiji further after a chance find.
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