The Minister of Finance in Nauru is blaming past administrations for a lawsuit that could cost the country tens of millions of dollars.
French Polynesia's disgraced former president, Gaston Flosse, has returned his French Legion Of Honour in protest at not being pardoned for corruption.
Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister has questioned the impartiality of the Ombudsman Commission over the opposition leader.
The Guam Election Commission will be posting out 50,000 pamphlets on the upcoming medical marijuana vote this Friday.
Fiji's Citizens Constitutional Forum wants to revive a bill on freedom of information as the new parliament prepares to sit.
Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister has launched a National Awareness Campaign about Tuberculosis.
Five years on from the Polynesia tsunami, an American Samoa mother who lost her daughter in the disaster reflects.
Five police officers from PNG's Central province have been arrested in relation to the shooting of a man in Mekeo.
Axiom Mining has restarted prospecting in Solomon Islands after winning a High Court battle against Japanese miner Sumitomo.
The CEO of Fiji's Citizens Constitutional Forum says the group has a lot of work ahead of it to empower people after the recent election.
The owner of Real Tonga Airlines says it is irresponsible of the Tonga Government to revoke its operating licences without notifying them.
The Solomon Islands Ministry of Environment is concerned for the preservation of the country's World Heritage listed site - Lake Tegano, on Rennel Island.
American Samoa has more than 4,000 new lawful residents after immigration amnesty was provided under a bill signed by the Governor.
Three senior public servants in Solomon islands have resigned their posts to contest the national elections later this year.
Guam police officer, arrested earlier this month, has been indicted on charges of rape, official misconduct and abetting prostitution.
A strong Australian Prime Minister's 13 squad has been announced to face Papua New Guinea in next weekend's annual clash in Kokopo.
The Fiji secondary schools rugby team expect to put in a much better showing in Tuesday afternoon's clash against New Zealand Schools in Porirua.
Tonga's new sevens coach admits preparations have been far from ideal leading into this weekend's Oceania Sevens at Noosa on Queensland's Sunshine Coast.
The office of Vanuatu's Prime Minister says investors hoping to build a nickel smelter on Santo have been asked to submit a formal proposal.
About 80 refugees have staged a protest in Nauru, marching on the Australian High Commission.
A senior Vanuatu opposition MP has scoffed at reports of another motion of no-confidence being prepared against the prime minister Joe Natuman.
The Central Bank of Solomon Islands says the economy is growing more strongly than it had anticipated after the massive flooding disaster in April.
Port Moresby General Hospital says it is running out of space in its wards to cater for the number of tuberculosis patients in Papua New Guinea's largest city.
Papua New Guinea's former treasurer Don Polye has confirmed that he and his Triumph Heritage Empowerment Party have joined the country's opposition.
The head of the regional tourism organisation says Fiji's tourism stakeholders are anxiously awaiting to hear the newly elected government's vision for tourism over the next four years.
Workers at Papua New Guinea's energy provider have threatened to withdraw their service unless the government settles its outstanding claims by Friday.
Princess Anne is reported to be visiting Vanuatu next month when it hosts the Emerging Pacific Leaders Dialogue.
An independent candidate who failed to win a seat in Fiji's parliament says fear and insecurity led to Frank Bainimarama's victory in the election two weeks ago.
Samoa's Prime Minister and chairman of the country's rugby union has attacked the International Rugby Board's latest rulings on eligibility.
The European Union will allocate over 3 billion-US dollars in grants to support sustainable energy in developing countries over the next seven years.
A state funeral was held in Bougainville on Friday for one of the Papua New Guinea autonomous province's most celebrated sons.
Solomon Islands National Council of Women says 27 aspiring women politicians are intending to contest the National Elections later this year.
The language of Tuvalu is being celebrated in New Zealand this week in an effort to showcase Tuvaluan culture and pride.
More than 100 refugees are expected to take part in a protest march to the Australian High Commission office in Nauru this afternoon.
The latest talk in Vanuatu of a possible attempt to unseat the Prime Minister, Joe Natuman, is focussing on dissatisfaction over his backing for Baldwin Lonsdale as the new President.
A leading MP from Santo in Vanuatu says local people stand to benefit from a planned project to build a major nickel plant on the island.
A Vanuatu opposition MP from Sanma province says a plan for a major nickel development on Santo is worth considering.
Operations at the Grasberg mine in Indonesia's West Papua stopped temporarily on Saturday after four miners were killed in an accident.
An independent candidate who failed to get elected in Fiji's polls says she and her supporters plan to set up a political party to fight the next election.
French Polynesia has elected the two candidates of the ruling Tahoeraa Huiraatira Party as the territory's members of the French Senate.
The American Samoa Legislature has given final approval to the Government's 2015 budget.
The leader of the main Cook Islands opposition party says last week's court decision on its electoral petition could lead to a hung parliament.
An anti-corruption watchdog in Solomon Islands says the government has to explain how two Asian companies got licences to either prospect or mine for bauxite in Rennell and Bellona.
A main New Caledonian pro-independence party has decided to boycott this week's Paris talks about the Noumea Accord.
Fiji's Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama has told the United Nations General Assembly that he has kept his promise about returning Fiji to democracy.
Russia's Defence Minister is expected to visit Fiji early next year.The visit was discussed at a meeting between Fiji's Prime Minister and Russia's Foreign Minister at the UN.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Tonga is starting to rebuild 114 houses that were destroyed by Cyclone Ian earlier this year.
It's taken four games but the Papua New Guinea cricketers finally secured their first victory in the South Australian Premier League, beating the Southern Force by three wickets in Darwin on Sunday.
The Samoa Rugby Union has formally endorsed the Asia Pacific Dragons to be the 18th Super Rugby team when the competition expands in 2016.
The Tahiti beach soccer team has beaten England 3-2 in Papeete, to complete a clean sweep in their two-match series and mark the one year anniversary of hosting the World Cup in style.
A parliamentary development expert helping Fiji set up its parliament says all political parties will have a say in determining its calendar for the year.
The Fiji secondary schools rugby team admit they have a lot of work to do after a horror start to the international series in New Zealand.
Tonga's Defence Force is hoping a budding relationship with the Nevada National Guard will benefit the people of the kingdom in times of disaster.
Wallis and Futuna has confirmed Robert Laufoaulu as the territory's sole member of the French Senate.
Landowner groups in the Panguna region in the Papua New Guinea province of Bougainville are strongly supportive of the Autonomous Government's moves for a return to mining.
French Polynesia's ruling Tahoeraa Huiraatira party has hired the disgraced former president, Gaston Flosse, as an advisor and given him an office at the territorial assembly.