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After two years without a Test match, the Fiji Pearls netball team will play five international fixtures over the next three months but will miss this year's Mini Games.
The Test schedule was announced on Monday by Fiji Netball and begins with two Tests against South Africa in Suva on September 6 and 8.
Tests against Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland follow, to be played in Cardiff from October 5-8.
Niue's premier Sir Toke Talagi has been receiving medical treatment in Auckland for more than a month.
So far the government has not made public the state of Sir Toke's health or when he will return.
It is expected that he will be back in time to pass the Budget.
Sir Toke was very ill in 2016, when he required medical evacuation from the island on two occasions.
The acting premier is Dalton Tagelagi.
Guam has joined Samoa in expressing interest to host the 2019 Pacific Games after Tonga pulled out of staging the event.
Guam last hosted the Games in 1999 in Santa Rita and previously in 1975 at Tumon
The Pacific Games Council said French Polynesia would also bid to hold the games after Tahiti missed out on winning hosting rights to Tonga.
Tongan international and Highlanders prop Siosiua Halanukonuka has signed to play for the Glasgow Warriors.
Subject to visa and medical approval, the 30-year-old will join Glasgow in October at the end of his season with the Tasman Makos in New Zealand's provincial rugby competition.
The 120kg prop made his debut for Tonga in 2014, appearing off the bench in a 23-9 win over Georgia.
Cook Islands language and culture is being celebrated in New Zealand this week.
Te epetoma o te reo Māori Kuki Airani or Cook Islands Language Week celebrates the languages spoken by the people of the Cook Islands.
Gary Monk’s love affair with the Pacific region started over four decades ago, and it is still going strong, with his recent appointment as Chairman of Pacific Cooperation Broadcasting Limited (PBCL) in April 2017.