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Papua New Guinea's government was forced to pay out hundreds of thousands of dollars to protesting landowners in the Eastern Highlands on Sunday after they cut off the water supply to a major…
A mining company in French Polynesia claims the government plans to introduce a new mining code next week. Audio
Niue's High Court has ruled that state-owned company Vaiea Farm must obtain the proper consents before pushing ahead with a controversial water bottling project. Audio
Fiji has told a UN meeting that it's committed to improving the security of peacekeepers serving overseas and welcoming more women to its ranks.
Shahin Khan came to Vanuatu chasing his hopes and dreams, and a means to provide for his family in Bangladesh.
A Fijian UN peacekeeper was dismissed from duty last year after engaging in sexual exploitation while stationed in Lebanon, official records show.
Tonga's Prime Minister, 'Akilisi Pohiva, has claimed a royal princess used her shareholding in a private company to take nearly $US50 million intended for the government, court documents show.
New Zealand is looking to urgently strengthen health systems in the Pacific, as it faces a growing burden from at-risk neighbours.
The Solomon Islands Foreign Minister, Milner Tozaka, has dismissed concerns a regional free trade agreement will hurt Pacific economies.
Touted as the first tripartite aid project in the Pacific involving China, Te Mato Vai was meant to be about working together, yet it has proven to be anything but.
Australian prime minister Scott Morrison is wrapping up his trip to Vanuatu and Fiji, where he announced additional support for the Pacific region, but faced criticism over Australia's inaction on…
The Marshall Islands has enlisted renowned blockchain expert, Steve Tendon, to help it develop its cryptocurrency.
A village in Samoa, angered by Facebook abuse against one of its chiefs, has come up with its own solution to the global problem: fine the perpetrators.
Two former Tokelau public servants have been ordered to pay security of nearly $US7,000 in their legal case against the territory's administrator.
The West Papua Liberation Army is claiming responsibility for the killings of at least 24 Indonesian construction workers in Papua.
A Pacific think tank in New Zealand is being overhauled after a government review found it was failing its purpose.
The release of a report from an investigation into the alleged misuse of millions of dollars of government funds in Tokelau has been delayed by a pending legal case, the territory's leader says.
Concern over a proposed utopia for foreign investment in the Marshall Islands has exploded, with the country's president blaming Chinese influence for a no confidence motion brought against her. Audio
After a baby whale shark named Gulliver was discovered in a remote atoll in Tokelau, children were kept away from the water for months and local leaders plotted its death.
The first local newspapers in Tokelau are returning young people to the territory, improving their language skills and strengthening community ties there.
The first kava company to list on a global stock exchange says it will use the new capital to explore other medicinal uses for the drink.