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There are calls for the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission to get tough on longliners fishing for tuna in the Pacific.
A Native American-Tongan artist is urging the Pacific to take notice of protests against an oil pipeline in North Dakota to ensure similar projects don't occur elsewhere. Audio
The inaugural Pasifika Youth Cup rugby league competition will be held in Auckland next month.
Recipients of the New Zealand Prime Minister's Pacific Youth awards are focusing on giving back to the community. Audio
An Amnesty International researcher, says Australians need to re-assess the way their country treats asylum seekers and refugees.
A European Union official says they want to clear up misunderstandings about their agreement to fish in Cook Islands waters.
In an effort to attract more Pasifika people into New Zealand's public sector, a customised internship programme was launched this month. Audio
New Caledonia's international airline says it will replace its four aircraft with four new ones.
The US-based American Tunaboat Association is calling for a "level playing field" and the protection of US fishing rights at a regional fisheries meeting in Fiji.
Kiribati is making slow but steady progress towards preventing cervical cancer.
Fresh from staving off a motion of no-confidence, Vanuatu's government is now at risk of losing a majority required to pass constitutional reforms.
An Indonesian group in Jakarta has declared its support for West Papuans to be granted self-determination.
A traditional leader in the Cook Islands says they will be telling the European Union to keep out of their seas at a public meeting tonight.
A mayor in French Polynesia's Marquesas islands has confirmed the archipelago's intention to loosen its ties with Tahiti to become a separate French entity.
Vanuatu's parliament is today due to vote on a motion of no confidence in the government of Charlot Salwai.
American Samoa's House of Representatives is poised to make Savali Talavou Ale the next Speaker after running unopposed in this month's election.
The Court of Appeal in Fiji has ruled against the country's chief elections official, overturning a High Court decision on election law filed two years ago.
Torrential rain in New Caledonia has forced about 200 people along the main island's east coast to move to emergency accommodation.
Claire Bibby travelled to the Solomon Islands to research WWII history and witness munition disposal. After visiting the former capital of Tulagi, she ventured on to three off-shore islands Gavutu… Audio
Efforts are being made to get more Pasifika people working in New Zealand's public sector. Audio
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