Pacific headlines with summaries.
The police chief in Eastern Highlands in Papua New Guinea has defended his officers firing at students during a protest in Goroka.
A fuel depot, schools and clinics in the Cook Islands' remote northern atolls are to get an upgrade during a New Zealand Defence Force exercise starting at the end of the month.
The United States based StarKist Company says a US government subsidy on minimum wage increases in American Samoa would most likely violate World Trade Organization rules.
The Commonwealth Youth Programme is urging governments in the Pacific to prioritise young people.
Many families in Bougainville still have no idea what happened to some family members during the civil war. (AUDIO)
Two students in Papua New Guinea were shot by police at the University of Goroka during protests over a resignation.
A Samoan private broadcaster says it will be a financial challenge having to switch to digital broadcasting next year.
The New Caledonian president has called for the resignation of a cabinet member after he was convicted of drunk driving.
The Cook Islands government says it is becoming increasingly difficult to fill teaching positions in the country.
Saipan is to receive more than US$4 million in disaster relief following Typhoon Soudelor.
Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister has defended his government's economic and social agenda at a major investment forum.
An historian says the Tongan government needs to change its approach to development if it is to safeguard the country's heritage.
It has emerged that a large supply of ammunition confiscated enroute to Indonesia's Papua region belonged to police.
Former Manu Samoa fullback Paul Williams admits he was bitterly disappointed to miss out on a spot in the Rugby World Cup.
America Samoa have been thrashed 6-0 by Fiji in a one-off football international in Nadi, in their first senior match for four years.
ANZ Bank says it will sponsor next week's Pacific Islands Development Forum Summit in the Fiji capital, Suva.
Tonga's Rugby World Cup preparation steps up a gear as they face English Championship side Nottingham tomorrow morning.
Calls are mounting for American Samoa to present a unified voice on the minimum wage issue.
Fiji's Sodelpa Youth Council says young people would prefer money is spent on better education and job opportunities, rather than the planned national flag change.
The Northern Marianas College says it has been a stressful time for everyone in the aftermath of Typhoon Soudelor, and students are eager to go back to classes.