Pacific headlines with summaries.
The MP for Manus Open in Papua New Guinea Ronnie Knight has again warned of growing social problems around the presence of refugees in the community.
A Cook Islands Financial Intelligence Unit investigation is about to get underway into deputy prime minister Teariki Heather and the opposition says he should step aside.
The New Zealand government is looking at how it can give extra support to Tonga, which has declared a zika epidemic.
The Papua New Guinea 2017 elections have been officially announced for June.
Fiji's parliament has been told the National Federation Party is a party of giants and it was wrong to suspend its MPs from the legislature.
The Fiji government has revealed a shipment of arms from Russia to Fiji is valued at US$ 41.8 million.
The head of the Parties to the Nauru Agreement says the squabble with the United States over fishing access is a distraction for the region's fisheries officials.
A provincial administrator in Fiji says hundreds of residents living in Kadavu are being threatened by rising sea levels, but are refusing to relocate.
Flights have resumed to two Papua New Guinea provincial capitals, Tari and Popondetta, following suspension of flights last week.
Some of the dozens of asylum seekers waiting to go back to Nauru are suffering from cancer and terminal illnesses, a senior Australian immigration official says.
Australia's seasonal workers visa programme is being extended to more areas of agricultural employment.
The French Polynesian government has ordered the demolition of the headquarters of the traditionally dominant Tahoeraa Huiraatira Party of Gaston Flosse.
Papua New Guinea's prime minister Peter O'Neill has announced the appointment of Isaac Lupari as the incoming chief secretary to government.
Two prisoners in New Caledonia are reported to have committed suicide in two unrelated incidents last Friday.
Lobbying in Vanuatu continues to intensify ahead of Thursday's parliament sitting which will see the establishment of a new government with the election of a prime minister and speaker. (AUDIO)
Kiribati's opposition candidate for the presidential election expected next month says he's confident he has the support to lead a new government.
Health authorities in New Caledonia have warned about risks posed by record high temperatures.
The Solomon Islands bid for a fifth successive Oceania Futsal Championship crown began in impressive fashion with a 3-0 victory over Tahiti in Suva.
The Papua New Guinea Rugby League Federation will discuss the vacant Kumuls coaching role at a board meeting this weekend.
Fiji's parliament is set to sit today for the first time this year after yesterday's sitting was cancelled because of power problems.