The Fiji Labour Party says the faulty decision to disqualify Steven Singh from contesting next month's election must be promptly reversed or the poll could be delayed.
Police in Solomon Islands say it is now calm in the West Honiara settlement of Karaina after clashes between family groups from Temotu Province earlier this week.
Fiji's Electoral Commission has boycotted today's national candidate list draw at the Fijian Elections Office.
Australia's immigration minister has defended his government's policy at a human rights inquiry into children being kept in immigration detention.
An investigation is underway in Fiji, after a man died after allegedly being beaten by police.
Samoa is spraying its airports ahead of the Small Island Developing States conference to fight the spread of chikungunya.
New Zealand and Fiji have agreed to hold an annual consultation for their Foreign Ministers starting from next year following talks in Fiji.
Tensions remain high in Honiara, as a stand off between two groups of people continues, despite police efforts to mediate the situation.
Nauru Airlines has announced its freighter service at Nauru International Airport.
The success of Pacific athletes at the Commonwealth Games is having a flow-on effect for organisers of next year's Pacific Games in Port Moresby.
The results from Division 1 play-off matches at the AFL International Cup tournament in Melbourne saw Tonga finish sixth, Nauru 7th and Fiji 10th, of 18 men's teams.
Families displaced by last month's floods in American Samoa are now staying at rental homes paid for by a grant from the Department of Yough and Women's Affairs.
Over 100 people turned out in American Samoa today to welcome the Polynesian voyaging canoe Hokule'a, which arrived on Tutuila this afternoon.
The Solomon Islands police say four houses have been torched and a number of people wounded during a fight involving 200 people in Honiara last night.
Political parties in Fiji have called on the government to go into a caretaker government mode in the lead-up to the election on September 17th.
The Commonwealth says it has told the Fiji government it is prepared to send observers to next month's election if Fiji accepts the Commonwealth guidelines.
The appeal court in French Polynesia has heard the president Gaston Flosse in his bid to get his sentence for corruption wiped so that he can stay in office.
There is broad agreement in New Caledonia to reform the tax system as part of efforts to revive the economy.
American Samoa is preparing to welcome the Polynesian voyaging canoe the Hokule'a which is due to arrive on the main island of Tutuila today.
Reports from Indonesia say the two French journalists held in Jayapura in Papua for more than two weeks are to be transferred from the immigration administration to police cells.
A Northern Marianas airline has expanded its daily service between Saipan and Rota at a time when Cape Air-United is being forced to cancel flights because of maintenance issues.
The Samoa government has changed the opening hours for the Fugalei market after local farmers and business operators critised the rules for the new market.
French Polynesia's president, Gaston Flosse, has been charged with misuse of power in the way he awarded a US$55 million contract a decade ago to build Tahiti's new hospital.
The 2015 Pacific Games Organising Committee says Australia has advised they will send a full compliment of athletes to compete next year in Port Moresby.
Fiji's bronze medal winning sevens team have arrived home from the Youth Olympics, with stand-in coach Sale Sorovaki saying a number of the players have a bright future.
Fijian swimmer Meli Malani has continued his strong run at the Youth Olympic Games in China, winning a second heat in as many days.
All Samoa government ministries, corporations and public schools will be involved in a mass clean up campaign today to stop the spread of chikungunya.