An Australian court has dismissed an appeal by a US fund management company which has been trying to recover 27 million US dollars owed by Nauru in government bonds.
There has been no police comment in Papua New Guinea following yesterday's raid of the the National Fraud and Anti Corruption office by armed police from another unit.
Fiji's Auditor General says the Elections Office failed to keep proper records around the employment of voter registration clerks which increased the risk of fraud.
Solomon Islands says the onus is on Australian mine operator, St Barbara, to sort out any threat should the Gold Ridge tailings dam bursts.
Samoa's Prime Minister, Tuila'epa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi, says the proposed Media Council legislation has been long overdue and should have been in place in the past years.
The Tonga government says claims by Public Services International it is threatening and repressing public servants are completely unfounded.
Reports from Fiji say the recently released Auditor General's reports reveal overspending on salaries by some ministries.
An Australian human rights advocate says he fears some asylum seekers on Nauru will agree to be resettled in Cambodia out of desperation.
The Cook Islands Finance Minister denies development plans for Mitiaro are bribing voters in the upcoming by-election.
An Indonesian expert witness says the two French journalists on trial in Papua for misuse of a tourist visa were involved in journalistic activities as defined by law.
A charity backed by New Zealand unions is helping Fiji workers learn about their rights as weakened Fiji unions struggle with restrictive decrees.
The French Polynesian president, Edouard Fritch, says legal issues about the tendering process need to be resolved for the launch of the Mahana Beach Resort.
Public Services International is expressing serious concerns with what it calls the ongoing threats and repression against public servants in Tonga.
The Cook Islands Minister of Finance says tourism, health and the 50-year independence celebrations will be the focus of the coming year's budget.
Red Cross leaders in the Pacific have for the first time decided on a joint approach for the region, ahead of several major international conferences in the coming year.
Cambodian government officials are expected to travel to Nauru to give refugees an honest idea of life in Cambodia.
The administrative court in French Polynesia has ordered the removal of the mayor of Mahina over a formal irregularity during his election campaign.
The Papua New Guinea government is to set up a Police Task Force to combat police brutality.
The Samoa Ministry of Health is planning a new framework to better deal with complaints made against the sector.
West Papua activists are calling on the new president of Indonesia to begin addressing Papua's human rights grievances during his first official visit there today.
England have named Fiji-born winger Semesa Rokoduguni in their rugby squad for November's internationals.
The Samoa rugby league coach says the team has responded positively to the night-club incident which led to three players being stood down ahead of their opening Four Nations match against England on Saturday.
The Papua New Guinea Football General Secretary Dimirit Mileng says home advantage will only take his country's womens team so far.
The Samoa rugby league coach is expecting a confrontational beginning to the Four Nations tournament on Saturday.
Farmers in American Samoa are being asked how the government can best assist them in helping improve economic development.
An audit into the Fiji military's spending shows it spent 23 million US dollars over its allocated budget in 2007, the year after it staged a coup.
Media reports in Papua New Guinea say the National Fraud and Anti Corruption office was raided by armed police from another unit.
The Bougainville government has adopted a new policy with the help of the International Committee of the Red Cross to locate individuals, killed during the civil war in the PNG province.
A key Australian parliamentarian says he welcomes any petition from Norfolk Islanders against Canberra's recommendation to repeal the island's self-governance.
French Polynesia's president, Edouard Fritch, has revealed that he met the French president Francois Hollande during his recent Paris visit.
A top French parliamentarian has refuted claims that an information mission to New Caledonia will be tasked with defining the outline of the territory's independence.
West Papua activists are calling on the new president of Indonesia to begin addressing Papua's human rights grievances during his first official visit beginning today.
Witnesses for the prosecution in the trial of two French journalists in Indonesia's Papua province say they never saw them conducting journalistic activities.
Tourists from China are now the primary visitors to the Northern Marianas, in what is a first for the islands' tourism industry.
The head of Tonga's domestic airline says he was relieved to hear it would not be replaced.
Niue's High Commissioner to New Zealand says the country's 40th anniversary of self-governance signals it is time for more Niueans to return home.
The chairman of the newly-appointed Public Accounts Committee in Fiji, Biman Prasad, says it will soon begin scrutinising the last seven years of government spending.
Fiji could fill a big gap in the market for ethically produced garments but low wages are holding it back.
Papua New Guinea Football's General Secretary says hosting the FIFA Under 20 Women's World Cup in 2016 would help alleviate social problems in the country.
Reni Maitua, Tautau Moga and Sauaso Sue have all been left out of the Toa Samoa squad for their opening Four Nations rugby league match against England this weekend after being involved in a night-club skirmish over the weekend.
The Cook Islands Women's Football coach isn't under any illusions about the magnitude of the task at hand for his young squad.
The Fiji Cricket coach says his team should have the fastest bowling attack at the upcoming East-Asia Pacific region's Twenty20 World Cup Qualifiers.
An initial report on last month's fatal plane crash in Papua New Guinea says the pilot lost visibility late on its descent, after earlier requesting clearance to descend.
Efforts by Indonesia's new President to solve political, social and economic issues in Papua region may be restricted by a lack of support.
Fiji's national airline has opened its own flight planning unit, a service previously outsourced to Air New Zealand.
Port Moresby officials say they won't back down on it's betel nut ban enforcement programs.
Kiribati is the latest island nation to sign an agreement with emerging Satellite broadband provider Kacific.
Papua New Guinea's national airline Air Niugini will increase its daily flights to accommodate the upcoming peak season. The newspaper, The National, reports its chief executive, Simon Foo, as saying...
A Tongan plane at the centre of New Zealand sanctions since 2012 is still making domestic flights to Vava'u.
American Samoa is preparing for any cases of Ebola, with procedures in place to safeguard the territory's borders
Former New Zealand MP Shane Jones will serve as New Zealand's High Commissioner to Mauritius and the Seychelles in addition to Nauru.