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Victoria University Vice-Chancellor Grant Guilford told delegates at the opening of a university-hosted Pacific Climate Change Conference today that politicians need to act now...

Kiribati’s President Anote Tong, a leading advocate for the Pacific over climate change, is one the keynote speakers at a landmark conference on the...

Protests against the Trans Pacific Partnership at Waitangi were reported around the world last week after nurse Julie Butler threw a squeaky penis-shaped toy...

By Nasik Swami in Suva While insisting their right to be partisan, some newspapers still claim to be neutral or objective in Fiji, says University...

By Lucy Craymer in Hong Kong United States boats might soon be allowed back into the world’s best tuna fishing waters after the 17 Pacific...

By Jane Joshua in Port Vila Prime Minister Charlot Salwai has his eyes set on urgent repairs for Vanuatu's international airport at Bauerfield and wants...

Syria's President Assad vows to 'retake the whole country'. Video: AFP interview on France 24 OPINION: By Alastair Thompson The news that the Russians (Sergei Lavrov)...

The science is clear, climate change is upon us and nowhere is the impact more serious than in the Pacific. Next week, Victoria University is...

By Peni Shute and Calvin Prasad in Suva The Fiji Opposition’s bid to have Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama replaced by Leader of the Opposition Ro...

By Quintina Naime in Port Moresby Ten children between the ages of three to seven years old have successfully undergone an Operation Open Heart (OOP)...

Small countries need to make a big noise, climate change expert James Renwick says will be his message to the In the Eye of...

By Nasik Swami in Suva Negotiations are under way for the second consignment of arms and ammunition to the Fijian military from Russia. This comes 29...

Aceh fishermen are nominated to receive the 2016 Nansen Refugee Award from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR) for rescuing hundreds of...

By Repeka Nasiko in Lautoka More roads and bridges in the Western Division of Fiji have closed because of heavy rain experienced over the past...

By Harold Obed in Port Vila Pentecost MP Charlot Salwai was today elected the 11th Prime Minister of Vanuatu by the incoming Parliament, elected in...

From InterAksyon.com ARCHIVE: Flashback to the declaration of Martial Law on September 21, 1972: InterAksyon.com posted a series of testimonies from human rights victims of...

By Florence Syme-Buchanan in Avarua, Rarotonga One of the Cook Islands' top broadcasters and newspapers want government heads of ministries and ministers to be more...

By Sikeli Qounadovu in Komave, Viti Levu, Fiji What used to be a 30-minute walk, even up to an hour, to the best fishing spot...

By Godwin Ligo in Port Vila The Unity Political Group, currently camping on Pele island in Vanuatu, is concentrating on developing its Joint Policy Platform...

By Harrison Selmen in Port Vila The University of the South Pacific is offering for the first time one of its journalism courses to be...

Papua New Guinean Opposition Leader Don Polye has urged his fellow parliamentarians and individuals not to interfere in court processes in a bid to...

By Edo Karensa in Jakarta International human rights advocacy group Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called on Indonesia's House of Representatives to reject a draft...