News & Current Affairs
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Fiji Rugby takes steps to get 'everything in order' for World Rugby Council seat
The Fiji Rugby Union has passed its constitution as it aims to get back into the World Rugby Council. Fiji had been suspended form the World Rugby’s...
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Tonga PM and PIF secretary general discuss PILFM53 preparations
The 53rd Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Meeting (PIFLM53) was the top agenda item during the meeting between the Tonga Prime Minister Hu’akavameiliku...
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In pictures: Wa'a ceremony heralds the start of FestPAC
A fleet of traditional voyaging canoes have been welcomed into Kualoa bay, Hawai’i heralding the beginning of the 13th Festival of Pacific Arts and...
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Cook Islands and Honolulu sign sister city agreement
Prime Minister Mark Brown has signed an agreement to establish a ‘sister-city relationship’ between Rarotonga, Cook Islands, and Honolulu,...
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New Caledonia unrest: Uneasy calm sets in as 'massive' reinforcements arrive
As New Caledonia entered its fifth night of grave unrest, an uneasy calm had settled in the capital Nouméa and its suburbs, where scenes of violence, arson...
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Pacific leaders concerned over RSE exodus
One issue that all the leaders of the coalition government have agreed on is the expansion of the Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) scheme. Established...
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Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters meets with new Solomon Islands PM
The foreign affairs minister has landed in Solomon Islands for the first leg of his Pacific tour, and an audience with the newly elected Prime Minister. Winston...
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Samoa's TV3 closes channel and goes fully online
In a first of its kind in Samoa, Apia Broadcasting channel TV3 is moving its station completely online because it can no longer afford to broadcast traditionally. The...
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World Press Freedom Day 2024: Pacific reporters identify issues
While the world marks World Media Freedom Day, in Papua New Guinea, one of the big issues is the loss of experience in the sector. The World Press Freedom...
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