Pacific headlines with summaries.
Papua New Guinea students will rally in Port Moresby today in anticipation of a parliamentary vote of no confidence in the Government of Peter O'Neill.
A Cook Islands landowner says if the government acted in good faith the delayed Te Mato Vai water system could be rebooted.
Samoa is today celebrating 54 years of independence from New Zealand, which ruled it for 50 years.
Reports from New Caledonia say the first ever payments have been made from a special fund to those affected by the sharp fall in the price of nickel.
A prospective candidate in the upcoming Nauru election says a fee hike for candidates has ruled him and many others out of contention.
The Pacific Games Council says the Tongan government needs to abide by its contractual obligations related to the 2019 Games.
China has been embarking on a diplomatic and publicity blitz in an attempt to rally support for its sweeping maritime claims in the South China Sea.
A group of Muslims is planning to hold a humanitarian mission in Samoa following calls to ban Islam.
New Zealand became the first team through to the Oceania Nations Cup football semi finals after thrashing Vanuatu 5-0 in Port Moresby last night.
Samoa remains hopeful of boosting their Olympic weightlifting roster.
The Flying Fijians coach John McKee already has an eye on the 2023 Rugby World Cup, despite his team being yet to qualify for the next tournament in three years time.
The ADB and Australia are providing financing for upgrades designed to deliver more climate-resilient infrastructure and improve access for rural communities in Solomon Islands.
New Zealand and the EU conduct a whirlwind Pacific tour from today, covering four countries in four days.
A Vanuatu businessman wants the government to consider banning the importing of some foods such as rice and noodles.
There have been more demonstrations in Indonesia's Papua region today, in support of the United Liberation Movement for West Papua.
PNG students have staged a peaceful rally outside Parliament where the opposition plans to call for a vote of no confidence in the government.
Security has been beefed up at Nauru's processing office for refugees and asylum seekers after a Somali man allegedly threatened staff.
The leader of a Solomon Islands theatre group has won an international award for her efforts in combatting violence.
The welfare of students from schools damaged by Cyclone Winston has dominated the opening of Fiji's parliament.
A Bougainville woman MP says there is a growing understanding in the autonomous Papua New Guinea region of the role women can play in politics.