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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...

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...

New Zealand has long had a privileged relationship with its Pacific neighbours. Now, in the dawning era of the climate crisis affecting millions of...

COMMENTARY: By Graham Davis Last month, I wrote on Facebook that the resumption of my blog Grubsheet for 2021 was being postponed out of consideration...

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...

By RNZ Pacific Many houses in Fiji's Vanua Levu have been destroyed, some families sheltered under beds and tables in their houses and others in...