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Pitcairn islanders are hoping an historic naval gun believed to be from the famous HMS Bounty will be returned to their island.
It is a long way from the Micronesian island of Kosrae to Afghanistan, but that is the journey many make when they enlist in the US military. Video, Audio
A beaten up sofa sits on the river bank, a tangle of muddy clothes and battered utensils on top.
In the time it took to wake her husband, the seeping floodwaters had crept several inches up Babita Mustafa's legs. Audio
A new study has revealed sexual harassment is driving workers out of the Cook Islands tourism industry. Audio
More aid money should be put towards sustainable shipping in the region to avoid tragedies like the recent Kiribati ferry disaster, according to Pacific maritime researcher Peter Nuttall.
Cook Islands artist, Fe'ena Syme-Buchanan, hopes her poignant photos of abandoned homes on the island of Mangaia will jerk the government into action over the country's depopulation problem.
Cook Islands Finance Minister Mark Brown says the Cook Islands has learnt to take a firm stand over the years to ensure aid projects meet the country's needs.
Timor-Leste could face another election next year after the new government suffered a defeat in parliament on Tuesday.
Tuvalu's prime minister has reacted to President Trump's decision to leave the Paris agreement with indignation, a reaction shared by many Pacific leaders. Audio
Four Nepalese men are stuck on a rickety boat in Micronesia nearly a year after they were given refugee status.
New Zealand scientists researching deep seas off the Cook Islands say they've gleaned valuable information about the make-up and biodiversity of the area. Audio
The Pacific is likely to see more teamwork involving China such as the Chinese-New Zealand partnership to pipe water around Rarotonga.
A former senior member of the Fiji government Pio Tikoduadua says he had concerns about its direction before the landmark polls in 2014.
There's hope the tide is turning on the flow of people leaving Niue for brighter lights, jobs and other opportunities offshore. Audio
Efforts are under way to save Rarotonga's Muri Lagoon, but there are fears they are too little, too late.
A Vanuatu food company giving overseas seasonal workers a taste of home is set to increase its workforce as sales rise. Audio
New Zealand's Governor General Dame Patsy Reddy has arrived in Niue.
US president Donald Trump's aim to have the US at "the top of the pack" is among the Marshall Islands' concerns as it heads to court again over nuclear disarmament.
Trauma is still rife and life remains hard for many of the survivors of Cyclone Winston which hit Fiji a year ago.
Lisa Allan has a strong feeling she once travelled with ancient Polynesian mariners from Rapa Nui to New Zealand.
The axing of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's shortwave service to the Pacific has been met with dismay in the region.
Christmas carols helped villagers in Fiji's Rewa River delta get through as floodwaters churned around them on Tuesday evening.
On December the 5th 2006, Ben Daveta was a boy of twelve living in Nadi when he heard a live broadcast from the Fijian capital Suva announcing the military take-over. Audio
Pacific island countries have called for help in dealing with refugees at a major UN gathering in New York.