Pacific headlines with summaries.
The Academic Board of the University of Technology in Papua New Guinea will soon meet to consider whether the 2016 academic year can be completed.
From this Sunday selling bread on Sunday in Tonga will be illegal.
Papua New Guinea's government has reportedly secured a loan of US$500 million from the multinational financial services agency Credit Suisse.
Vanuatu's customs department has confiscated firearms and bullets smuggled by seasonal workers returning from New Zealand.
Papua New Guinea's Chief Justice has issued a two-week deadline for the remaining asylum seekers on Manus Island to be processed.
The General Secretary of Tonga's Public Servants Association says a new salary structure scheduled to go into force this month is unfair and the review which led to it lacked transparency.
A grouping of the region's NGOs says a top United Nations official must be commended for highlighting the plight of West Papuans.
A three-year-old girl is confirmed to have died and two people are reported missing after a landslip in Kokoda in Papua New Guinea earlier this week.
A top college football coach from the United States has cancelled a football camp in American Samoa due to the Zika virus.
Papua New Guinea's Chamber of Mines and Petroleum has welcomed the application for a special mining lease for the Frieda River project in the Sepik region.
A mini-census data collection is set to begin in September in Vanuatu with every household to be counted.
More than a year after Cyclone Pam tore through Vanuatu, a number of schools are still being forced to use tent classrooms.
Despite strong opposition over the past year Australian will today complete its removal of autonomy from Norfolk Island.
The highest polling woman candidate in Tonga's last election says there's little support for women trying to get into parliament there. The highest polling woman candidate in Tonga's last election...
Church leaders in Papua New Guinea are calling on the prime minister to step aside while a commission of inquiry investigates recent violence at the nation's universities
Indonesia's campaign to contain issues of West Papua has entered a new phase.
Changes to the Oceania Champions League football competition have been welcomed by one of the region's leading clubs, who says the previous structure was unsustainable.
Pohakalani Mauga, the wife of American Samoa Lieutenant Governor Lemanu Peleti Mauga, has died in Honolulu aged 54.
Cook Islands remain hopeful of adding one more name to their squad for the Rio Olympics.
One of the campaigners trying to retain Norfolk Island's self government says they are receiving more and more international backing.