The former Solomon Islands Prime Minister, Gordon Darcy Lilo, who lost his seat in last year's election, has filed an election petition against his successor.
The Cook Islands' Prime Minister says the decision to cut shipping services to Aitutaki has come as a complete surprise.
Police in West Papua say they will sink a Vietnamese-flagged vessel caught allegedly fishing illegally in the province's waters.
Papua New Guinea's Health Minister says the increasing numbers of people with multi-drug resistant tuberculosis has prompted him to ask Cabinet to declare a 'national emergency'.
Samoa's meteorological service is advising the public to prepare for a possible tropical cyclone as a result of a strong active trough moving towards the country.
A five-day blockade that cut fuel supplies to Papua New Guinea's capital, Port Moresby, and forced some power stations to close has ended.
The Cook Islands and Niue are the only Pacific Island countries on track to achieve all of the Millennium Development Goals by the end of the year.
A controversial MP in Samoa's ruling HRPP party, Tu'u'u Anasi'i Leota, is ignoring the Prime Minister's call for him to quit the party.
The judicial authorities in French Polynesia have further eased some restrictions imposed on the disgraced former president, Gaston Flosse, who is charged over the alleged theft of china from the presidency.
The Deputy Prime Minister of Tonga says people in Vava'u will see improvements to their roads very soon and boosts to agriculture are being looked at.
The President of the American Samoa Senate says he is not supportive of a move to arm police officers.
Save the Children Fiji is calling for more resources to help parents raise their children without violence.
Indonesia's human rights commission has criticised the government's approval of a plan to build a smelter in East Java, saying it should be built in Papua, to promote development.
Samoa's Leader of the Opposition was removed from parliament yesterday, for ignoring warnings and interjecting in Parliament speeches.
A half-million US dollar bank robbery in the Solomon Islands ended with a maimed security guard, a car crash and three arrests on Monday.
Papua New Guinea's former military commander says the country's police force is broken and incompetent and unable to carry out its constitutional duty.
A search and rescue team is continuing its search for two missing men after a fatal boat accident in Indonesia's remote Papua province.
The World Tourism Organisation says the Asia-Pacific region was the second highest growth region in the world in 2014.
American Samoa have high hopes for their return to the Cabramatta Nines rugby league tournament this weekend.
New Zealand have qualified for the Under 17 football World Cup after beating Tahiti on penalties in a dramatic Oceania final in Pago Pago.