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00:09 am GMT+12, 14/06/2019
 
The newest TIME magazine cover features United Nations chief António Guterres standing in water off the island nation of Tuvalu, which the outlet called “one of the world’s most vulnerable countries” to global warming.  The photo, taken during Guterres’ four-country tour of Pacific nations in May, is meant to illustrate one point — that island nations are sinking in the face of global » read more
 
Australia's attitude to China "patronising and unfair" - Fiame Tuvalu agrees to host Polynesian Leaders Group meeting in August
New Caledonia fails to elect president ULMWP cautions Indonesian propaganda on social media
 
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Papua New Guinea's most divisive PM is gone Ė his successor must learn from his mistakes
00:01 am GMT+12, 14/06/2019, Papua New Guinea
By Stephen Howes  It has been just two weeks since Papua New Guinean politics erupted. The dramatic events saw politicians in our nearest neighbouring country camping out in two hotels, shouting matches in parliament, and threats of no-confidence motions, before eventually, Read more

New Zealand's first female vascular surgeon is smashing stereotypes

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How Dengue, a Deadly Mosquito-Borne Disease, Could Spread in a Warming World
By Kendra Pierre-Louis and Nandja Popovich   C
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Pacific Regional Workshop on Post Cotonou Negotiations Opens in Suva
Representatives from 13 Pacific Island States gathered at the Pacific Islands Forum Secretaria
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Scientist warns ocean warming depleting PNGís tuna resource
By Malum Nalu   Global warming and climate chan
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Business News
Samoa's seasonal workers - the triple win effect
11:56 pm GMT+12, 13/06/2019, Samoa
As of today, 2,467 Samoans are earning decent incomes to support their families as seasonal workers in New Zealand and Australia. The NZ Recognised Seasonal Workers (aka RSE) accounts for the majority of the temporary employment opportunities with 1,878 Samoans working in Read more

South Pacific island progress linked to B&R dynamics
By Joseph Veramu and Michael H. Yang  Looking back at the very impor
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New international airline for Tonga through Nauru partnership
Nauru Airlines and Real Tonga Limited have announced they have entered into an aircraft wet le
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Legislation fix set to curb Illegal logging in Fiji
Laws governing Fiji’s forestry industry are about to change and this is being done to cu
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Raw log export will stop, says new PNG Forest Minister Mirisim
 Papua New Guinea new Forest Minister Solan Mirisim says “raw log” exports ma
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Sports News
Tickets for Samoa 2019 XVI Pacific Games on sale soon
10:31 pm GMT+12, 12/06/2019, Samoa
The Pacific Games Office is proud to announce that tickets for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the Samoa 2019 XVI Pacific Games will be available for purchase starting Monday 17 June, 2019.   With prices ranging from SAT$5.00 (US$1.89 - SAT$50.00(US$18.92, and a limit of about Read more

Samoa, Fiji, Tonga, Heartland XV to play at Eden Park as World Cup warm up
Manu Samoa will play a New Zealand Heartland XV team at Eden Park on August 31, while Fiji wil
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Tonga coach Toutai Kefu takes cheeky dig at All Blacks over Pacific Island players
Tonga coach Toutai Kefu has taken a cheeky dig at the All Blacks saying it's about time Ne
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Stage set for spectacular Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan with 100 days to go
-With 100 days to go until Rugby World Cup 2019 kicks off in Japan, World Rugby Chairman Sir B
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100 days until Itís Fijiís Time
The final countdown to this year’s showcase Tournament, to be held in Japan is now under
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