Whole houses have been blown away on the small atoll of Fais in the northwest Pacific's Federated States of Micronesia after the super typhoon Maysak hit overnight.
Tuvalu's electoral commission has announced the final results for the 2015 elections.
Today is day three of the 2015 school year after Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu, and at least half of the country's schools remain damaged or destroyed.
The Australian opposition Labour party immigration spokesman has been denied a seat on a government trip to Manus Island to inspect the offshore refugee processing centre.
Voters on Aitutaki in the Cook Islands are today due to vote in a by-election, which until last week was expected to imperil the government's majority.
The United Nations is warning that the threat of a second disaster is very real amid post-cyclone recovery in Vanuatu.
The Fiji opposition staff say they still don't have a proper office fit-out, months after the election and beginning of parliament.
A legislator in the Northern Marianas Edwin Propst is calling a public meeting over continued flight delays in the territory.
Village chiefs and farmers across Vanuatu say the three months of relief support being implemented by the National Disaster Management Office is too short.
The government of Fiji is boosting the rice sector in a bid to cut rice import costs.
The people of Tuvalu have gone to the polls today to elect a new 15 person parliament.
A disaster official for the state of Yap in the Federated States of Micronesia says there's not much that can be done to avoid the impact of Maysak, which is quickly becoming a supertyphoon.
The atolls of Fais and Ulithi in the Federated States of Micronesia are expected to be hit by Typhoon Maysak overnight.
Tonga was shaken by a pair of strong earthquakes just before midnight local time.
Tokelau is looking to change the make up of its police, including having more women officers.
The main hospital in the Northern Marianas needs to fill 30 nurse positions.
The United Nations Population Fund says women's needs are often overlooked after a natural disaster. (VIDEO)
The president of the firm behind a closed casino and hotel resort on Rota in the Northern Marianas says he is keen to revive the venture.
Officials in the Cook Islands say the country's 50th anniversary could trigger questions on whether to change the national flag.
The vice-president of French Polynesia, Nuihau Laurey, says it would be regrettable if he was to be expelled from the ruling party for running for a seat in the French Senate.