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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.
A police round-up of opposition leaders and union officials in Fiji is being described as political persecution.
The world's development goals won't be achieved unless there's attention to violence against women and girls the Commonwealth Secretary General Patricia Scotland has warned.
The Opposition in Fiji has called on New Zealand to harden up on the Fiji government because it says it's operating under a democratic facade.
Prime Minister John Key says he and his Fijian counterpart will have to agree to disagree on Fiji's blacklisting of some New Zealand journalists.
The New Zealand prime minister, John Key, has arrived in Fiji for a landmark visit, marking an end to a decade of mostly fractious relations between the two countries.
The use of the word "Fijian" to describe all people in multi-racial Fiji is still a touchy subject, despite campaigns to push its use.
A heritage aid worker says Fiji's historic town of Levuka needs engineers and materials to help rebuild historic homes and infrastructure which were damaged during Cyclone Winston.
RNZ International's Sally Round joined an Air Force aid drop in remote parts of Fiji, and found a desperate need for more food. Audio
After a night of rain and strong winds, the latest cyclone threatening Fiji is moving away from the island group.
One person is reported dead and another missing in the widespread flooding which has hit Fiji over the past two days.
Evacuation centres have reopened in Fiji after heavy rain and flooding since Sunday. Video, Audio
Engineers and assessors in Fiji are counting the cost of the damage to roads and infrastructure caused by Cyclone Winston.
International relations experts say there could be a silver lining to Cyclone Winston's massive devastation in Fiji. Audio
Claire Anterea, a climate activist from Kiribati, says the phrase "climate refugee" always brings her to tears. Audio
Claire Anterea, a climate activist from Kiribati, says the phrase "climate refugee" always brings her to tears. "I have the energy, the passion to speak out, but it always makes...
Wesley Kosai thought he had been cursed. The 34 year old from Wamena in Indonesia's Papua region had fallen ill and didn't know he'd contracted HIV. Audio
Fiji's head of state calls for the country's fledgling democracy to be defended amid fears of instability a year on from elections.
Hundreds of Cook Islanders have poured into the capital, Rarotonga, to celebrate 50 years of self-government.