Reports from French Polynesia say the head of its delegation due to attend next week's Pacific Islands Forum will return to Tahiti.
Fiji's police commissioner, Ben Groenewald, has assured Fiji all complaints against government and police will be investigated
The Health Department in American Samoa says it has confirmed the acute rash outbreak as cases of Chikungunya, a virus similar to dengue fever.
Fiji's Prime Minister, Frank Bainimarama, has announced his party's first batch of candidate nominees, which includes Paralympic gold medalist, Iliesa Delana.
The Japanese government has given Solomon Islands a new radio broadcasting transmission facility to strengthen the country's early warning system for disasters.
After months of preparation the Samoa women's rugby team can't wait to get started at the World Cup, which kicks off in France next weekend.
The International State Crime Initiative has condemned a demolition exercise at Paga Hill in PNG's capital.
French Polynesia's opposition leader, Oscar Temaru, says he will remind the French High Commissioner to terminate the tenure of President Gaston Flosse.
A New Zealand academic says accusations of foul play in the Cook Islands election could affect future decisions in parliament.
A French National Front politician, Louis Aliot, has expressed his concern that Paris has renounced New Caledonia, demanding that the territory stay French.
A former Solomon Islands Prime Minister says the country has moved on from the bad experience around the last time an Australian was the country's Police Commissioner.
Guam remains atop the medal tally after four days of the Micronesian Games in Pohnpei.
The suspended Samoa police commissioner says none of the officers involved in the case of a Nigerian man, who was illegally detained and assaulted by police, were charged over the matter.
The search effort following a plane crash near American Samoa began again at daylight this morning.
Windy weather and high sea swells are making it difficult for searchers looking for a man missing after his plane crashed into the sea off American Samoa.
Solomon Islands has officially opened an embassy in Cuba, creating history as the only Pacific Island Country with an embassy there.
Leading Police officers in Papua New Guinea have agreed to meet to try and heal divisions following recent political turmoil.
Solomon Health officials are reminding parents a free vaccination is available for children, following a spate of suspected measles cases.
A Fiji academic in Australia says it is understandable that Australia's Prime Minister will not be attending next week's Pacific Islands Forum in Palau.
A spokesperson from the International Telecommunications Union says Tonga does not own its orbital slots indefinitely.
The Chuuk Department of Education in the Federated States of Micronesia needs to hire nearly 100 teachers to make up for a potential shortage in their local public school system.
The special co-ordinator for the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands says plans to re-arm the country's police will involve the highest standards of training and oversight.
There were no medals for the Pacific athletes competing on day one of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, although a handful did achieve personal best efforts.
The former Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare says he supports the appointment of an Australian as his country's new Police Commissioner.
French Polynesia's opposition leader, Oscar Temaru, has called for fresh elections after France's highest court upheld a conviction of President Gaston Flosse.
Remnants of an ancient settlement outside the small village of Nukuleka, in Tonga, have been excavated by a team of Canadian archaeologists.
The Cook Islands sevens team is hopeful a strong showing in Glasgow can help banish the memories of last month's heavy loss in Rugby World Cup qualifying.
A woman from Samoa has pleaded guilty to passport fraud at the federal court in Fairbanks in Alaska, USA, and will be sentenced later this year.
American Samoa's biggest retail store has reopened after being closed by the Health Department.
Searchers for an American man, missing after his plane crashed into the sea off American Samoa, are considering using fishing technology to drag the ocean floor to find him.
Fiji and Britain are in talks about Fiji's return to the Commonwealth.
The Solomon Islands Ministry of Health and Medical Services and the World Health Organisation are reminding parents a free vaccination is available for their children.
Fiji's Citizens Constitutional Forum is insisting its planned series of public "conversations" isn't a breach of the country's electoral decree.
The Samoa women's rugby team expect to confirm their travel arrangements to the World Cup in France on Friday after choosing not to fly with Malaysia Airlines.
Australia's government has announced that the prime minister, Tony Abbott, will not be attending next week's Pacific Islands Forum leaders summit in Palau.
The lawyer for French Polynesia's president has asked Francois Hollande for a pardon after France's highest court upheld his corruption conviction.