New Caledonia's government has elected Philippe Germain as the new president, ending a political crisis that erupted last year.
Officials in the Federated States of Micronesia are trying to gauge the impact of Super Typhoon Maysak throughout the country.
Officials in the Federated States of Micronesia are trying to gauge the impact of the typhoon known as Maysak throughout the country.
The Vanuatu foreign minister, Sato Kilman, and his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, have discussed further aid assistance at a meeting in Moscow.
The state of Yap in the northwest Pacific is still being pounded by Typhoon Maysak, while its command post awaits more news of damage on the small atolls of Fais and Ulithi.
The French High Commissioner in New Caledonia has asked for the territory's government to meet this afternoon in a fresh bid to elect a president.
The Red Cross says it is now working to help people in cyclone-devastated Vanuatu rebuild and repair their homes.
Tonga's former Justice Minister has accused the current cabinet of sitting on a report which implicates one of their members of abusing their position.
The vice-president of French Polynesia, Nuihau Laurey, has been expelled from the ruling Tahoeraa Huiraatira Party for defying it by seeking a seat in the French Senate.
New Caledonia's Koniambo nickel company says it has serious problems with its furnaces and will therefore produce far less metal this year than scheduled.
American Samoa's House of Representatives has approved in final reading the administration's move to establish a hotel occupancy tax of five percent.
The South Korean budget airline Jeju Air has launched a second daily flight to Saipan in the Northern Marianas for the summer season to late October.
An Australian refugee advocate says an Iranian refugee on Nauru has become the latest victim of anti-refugee violence there, but police suggest it may have been a case of self-harm.
Tuvalu's electoral commission has announced the final results for the 2015 elections.
A leading New Caledonian politician has urged Paris to review the proposed law which is aimed at defining the electoral roll for the territory's independence referendum due by 2018.
Today is day three of the 2015 school year after Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu, and at least half of the country's schools remain damaged or destroyed.
The Papua New Guinea Hunters coach Michael Marum has named an unchanged side for Sunday's Queensland Cup clash away to the Sunshine Coast Falcons.
The winner of next month's Pacific rugby league tests will square off in another test later this year, in a bid to qualify for the Four Nations.
Cricket PNG says it's grateful for the continued support of Australia in its rise up the cricketing ranks, as the two countries try to lock down dates for a future series.
The Australian opposition Labour party immigration spokesman has been denied a seat on a government trip to Manus Island to inspect the offshore refugee processing centre.