Anzac Day ceremonies have been held across the Pacific this morning, as the region commemorates its role in war. (AUDIO)
French Polynesia's ruling Tahoeraa Huiraatira Party has revised its statutes to change its procedure of dismissing members.
The anti-corruption body, Transparency Solomon Islands, says the country's MPs no longer have to pay tax under new regulations.
The president of the French National Assembly has told New Caledonia's Congress that each member has a historic responsibility as the territory approaches an independence referendum.
The Deputy Governor of the West Sepik province in Papua New Guinea says the election of Vanimo-Green MP Belden Namah as governor was improperly held and is therefore illegal.
The people of Aitutaki in the Cook Islands have decided Sunday flights to and from their island should be scrapped.
The coaches of Auckland City and Team Wellington believe Pacific teams are closing the gap in the Oceania Champions League, despite tomorrow's grand final being an all-New Zealand affair.
Tonga rugby league coach Kristian Woolf believes his team can cause an upset in next weekend's Pacific Test against Samoa on the Gold Coast.
The deputy leader of the opposition in Papua New Guinea says the government has to overhaul its funding and resourcing of policing.
The Solomon Islands patrol boat has extended its relief mission in Vanuatu after Cyclone Pam.
A teacher and two students from Samoa have been charged with having sex with a 15-year-old girl in American Samoa.
The Chinese company Felix Gold is planning to build a copper smelter in Timika in Indonesia's Papua province.
French Polynesia's ruling Tahoeraa Huiraatira Party is due to meet today reportedly to revise its internal statutes amidst widening party fractures.
The campaign to push West Papuan independence from Indonesia continues to spread in Africa with a Free West Papua protest being held in Nigeria.
Japan has been reappointed as hosts of the FIFA Club World Cup football tournament for the next two years, with this year's edition scheduled for mid-December.
Pacific Oceania expects to have a wider pool of players to select from in future Fed Cup tennis campaigns.
A team from New Zealand Rugby will visit Samoa next week to check on progress in the lead-up to July's historic test between the All Blacks and Manu Samoa.
Solomon Islands Ministry of Finance says it will not pay government contractors who do not comply with its procurement rules.
Six Pacific Islands' exporters from across the region will have an opportunity to find new distributors in New Zealand through a trade mission in July.
Samoa's prime minister says he was not insulted by Fiji's prime ministers recent comments about him, saying Frank Bainimarama is young, and yet to mature.