Pacific headlines with summaries.
There have been more demonstrations in Indonesia's Papua region today, in support of the United Liberation Movement for West Papua.
China has been embarking on a diplomatic and publicity blitz in an attempt to rally support for its sweeping maritime claims in the South China Sea, including attempts to woo Pacific nations.
PNG students have staged a peaceful rally outside Parliament where the opposition plans to call for a vote of no confidence in the government.
Security has been beefed up at Nauru's processing office for refugees and asylum seekers after a Somali man allegedly threatened staff.
The leader of a Solomon Islands theatre group has won an international award for her efforts in combatting violence.
The welfare of students from schools damaged by Cyclone Winston has dominated the opening of Fiji's parliament.
A Bougainville woman MP says there is a growing understanding in the autonomous Papua New Guinea region of the role women can play in politics.
A student leader in Papua New Guinea has claimed a riot in Enga province was started by members of the public who were attacked by Police.
The deputy opposition leader in Papua New Guinea, Sam Basil, will not support the death penalty being applied.
One of the world's largest collections of historic Pacific treasures will be displayed in a new project launched by New Zealand's Auckland War Memorial Museum.
A grassroots fisheries conservation initiative in Fiji is being touted as a good model for the rest of the Pacific.
Tonga has launched a hard-hitting campaign highlighting the dangers of smoking around children on World No Tobacco Day.
Fiji has put on hold all its peacekeeping missions to the Sinai Peninsula, between Egypt and Israel, as tensions continue to mount in the Middle East.
Reports from French Polynesia say striking staff at Air Tahiti may extend their action for more than another month.
A man in New Caledonia has been jailed for assault in what the prosecution claims was the result of anti-white racism.
Reports from Papua New Guinea say police in Wewak arrested 18 students yesterday for holding an "awareness campaign" linked to ongoing protests against the prime minister.
The Central Bank of Solomon Islands has granted an interim license for the French Bank, BRED, to establish a branch in the country.
Papua New Guinea's electoral commissioner is hoping the government will provide the funding needed to conduct the general election next year.
The Fiji Electricity Authority says about eight thousand customers have still not had their power restored since cyclone Winston hit in February.
Papua New Guinea withstood a determined Kenyan run-chase to win the second one dayer by 21 runs and complete a clean sweep of their World Cricket League series in Port Moresby.