Pacific headlines with summaries.
Vanuatu's opposition has withdrawn plans for a motion of no confidence in the government which was due to be debated in parliament this afternoon.
The New Zealand parliament has passed a unanimous motion expressing concern about the situation in Nauru.
Cyclone Raquel is weakening but forecasters are warning flash floods and landslides are still likely for Solomon Islands.
Fiji's military says its troops in the Sinai Peninsula are safe, despite continuing clashes between the Egyptian military and Islamic State militants.
Fiji's public prosecutor has criticised a government minister's comments that she will ensure severe sentences are meted out by the courts as inappropriate and a possible breach of the constitution.
A Madang-based woman in PNG says Tuesday's rioting and looting which forced the closure of businesses and schools is a sign of resentment at the increased infiltration of recent Asian arrivals.
The United States military says a consultancy firm needs to be more specific in criticism of its draft environmental impact statement on live fire training in Northern Marianas.
Fiji Airways has announced that its Chief Financial Officer, David Bowden, will take over as chief executive until a new CEO starts in October.
Six people who drifted for miles after their boat sank near the Carteret Islands in Papua New Guinea's Bougainville have been airlifted to a US hospital ship and given medical care.
A community leader in Papua New Guinea's Madang province says there remains a lack of information available to locals about the Pacific Marine Industrial Zone.
Three people have been arrested on the Vanuatu island of Tanna following the burning of a truck owned by the China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation.
A group of New Zealand law academics say the Foreign Minister, Murray McCully, needs to take more decisive action over the deteriorating constitutional situation in Nauru. (AUDIO)
The Prime Minister of Samoa is calling for amendments to the Village Fono Act which he says currently allows arbitrary justice to be handed out by village councils.
Delays in completing the Marshall Islands Government's annual audit have prompted the Public Accounts Committee to postpone its annual oversight hearings until the end of July.
Parole authorities in the Northern Marianas have voted in favour of commuting the sentence of the territory's former governor Benigno Fitial.
Solomon Islanders are being warned to prepare for flash floods and landslides as an out of season cyclone approaches.
The chairman of Vanuatu's Malvatumauri Council of Chiefs, Senimao Tirsupe, has warned the Government about interference in traditional practices.
The U.S. Geological Survey says a magnitude 5.8 quake struck off Solomon Islands.
The Prime Minister and district Nobles of Tonga will host a welcome lunch today for all invited officials and delegates who have arrived for King Tupou VI's coronation.
Pacific islands are accessing improved information flow about the activities of distant water fishing fleets in their waters through electronic reporting.