Displaying all 12 items
As New Caledonia approaches a referendum on independence from France, regional support for it gaining full sovereignty has faded away.
The Chinese company Tahiti Nui Ocean Foods plans to establish the region's biggest fish farm on Hao atoll after getting the go-ahead from the French Polynesian government.
There are claims of foul play in French Polynesia's territorial election which have prompted calls to cancel last month's first round on one island.
Voters in French Polynesia will go to the polls on 22nd April to elect a new 57-member territorial assembly.
A French Polynesian woman has been advised by the French authorities in Tahiti not to challenge Chinese diplomats occupying her mother's property illegally.
China's diplomats in French Polynesia are accused of illegally occupying premises in Tahiti.
A Russian businessman who unsuccessfully tried to revive the Romanov Empire in Kiribati says the project for his 'Alternative Russia' in the Pacific is still alive.
A year out from New Caledonia's independence referendum, it is still unclear who will be allowed to vote.
New Caledonia's pro-independence FLNKS movement has firmed up its draft plan on how an independent New Caledonia should be shaped.
Unions in New Caledonia fear that the Vale nickel plant could close within half a year and trigger the biggest wave of job losses the territory has ever seen.
French Polynesia's nuclear test veterans have been given fresh hope that France will at last compensate them for the poor health caused by the weapons tests.
A three-day meeting on New Caledonia's independence referendum is about to begin in Paris. Walter Zweifel explains the sticking points.