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By Rachael Nath, RNZ Pacific journalist A platform has been dedicated to bolster the Pacific leadership at the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference of...

RNZ Pacific Fiji's weather office predicts that up to seven tropical cyclones may affect several Pacific countries in the coming cyclone season -- and up...

ANALYSIS: By Suzanne Wilkinson, Mohamed Elkharboutly and Regan Potangaroa, Massey University While news from Tonga is still disrupted following the massive undersea eruption and tsunami...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Michelle Betz in Ninole, Hawai'i As Cyclone Cody got set to pummel Fiji in early January, students at the University of the...

ANALYSIS: By Dale Dominey-Howes, University of Sydney In the wake of a violent volcanic eruption in Tonga, much of the communication with residents on the...

An Al Jazeera report on the undersea volcano Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Ha'apai eruption and tsunami yesterday afternoon. Video: Al Jazeera English RNZ News Large waves in the Far North...

COMMENTARY: By the Cook Islands Prime Minister Mark Brown After years of empty promises by major emitters, it's time to deliver on climate financing. The world...

RNZ Pacific France and French Polynesia have agreed to jointly spend US$60 million to build 17 cyclone shelters across the Tuamotu archipelago. This was announced on...

By RNZ Pacific The intensity of Cyclone Ana surprised many in Fiji which was hammered with 140km/hr gusts and heavy rain over the weekend. The storm...

By Luke Rawalai in Suva Fiji's national curfew enforced by the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) on Friday evening has been dubbed as thoughtless and...

By Timoci Vula in Labasa Fiji villagers of Nacula in Labasa whose homes are under water after the Labasa River broke its banks this morning...

By RNZ Pacific More than 4000 people are still in evacuation centres in Fiji nearly two weeks after Tropical Cyclone Yasa struck. Relief supplies are getting...

Pacific Media Centre The Vanuatu Council of Ministers has agreed at its meeting held in Luganville, Santo, to postpone the hosting of the Pacific...

By Ben Bilua of Wansolwara News Solomon Islands students studying at universities in Fiji have braved the rain to donate food, clothing and cash to...

ANALYSIS: By Tess Newton Cain of Griffith University Across the globe, the coronavirus pandemic has prompted countries and governments to become increasingly inward-looking. Australia is...

DISPATCH FROM THE PACIFIC: By Professor Elisabeth Holland. She writes from a remote island in Fiji’s Koro Sea where she went to stay out...

The Guardian's Pacific Project disaster video. By the Pacific Project Tropical Cyclone Harold lashed Vanuatu, ripping off roofs and downing telecommunications, before moving towards Fiji and...

By Kelly Vacala in Suva Fiji disaster authorities have lifted movement restrictions imposed yesterday during the height of Severe Tropical Cyclone Harold have been lifted...

By Maggie Boyle of FBC News Fiji disaster authorities have put the whole of Viti Levu island on restricted movement due to TC Harold. Director for...

By Anita Roberts in Port Vila While the Vanuatu government is investing its resources in tackling the coronavirus pandemic threat, it is now stretching its...

By RNZ Pacific There has been no communication early today from the Vanuatu islands hardest hit by the powerful Tropical Cyclone Harold. The category 5 storm...

Pacific Media Watch Authorities are cracking down to try and stop the spread of the coronavirus in Fiji, which already has 12 cases, reports TVNZ...