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Danish lawmakers to visit Australia's Nauru migrant camp
By Online Editor
11:12 pm GMT+12, 23/08/2016, Denmark
The ruling Venstre party's hardline integration minister, Inger Stojberg, is not on the committee, but has said that the Australian system "apparently works in an Australian context" and that her government would "continually consider... experiences from other countries."Read more

NZDF hosting Commander Republic of Fiji Military Forces Visit
The New Zealand Defence Force is hosting a visit by the Commander Republic of Fiji Military Fo
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PNG Attorney General's case dismissed in District Court
A case against  Papua New Guinea Attorney-General Ano Pala has been dismissed by the Waig
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600 foreigners on waiting list to get permanent residency in American Samoa
Some 600 foreigners on the waiting list to get permanent residency in American Samoa, will hav
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Judiciary remains independent despite threats and inadequate resources: Vanuatu Minister
Vanuatu Minister of Justice, and Community Services, Ronald Warsal, has publicly congratulated
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Implementation of the Paris Agreement dominated Suva talks
Implementation of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change has been the centre of discussions by
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Nevada Guard-Tonga hold largest exchange in partnership history
A shirtless Olympian adorned in traditional tribal dress wasn’t the only thing from Tong
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Two weeks ultimatum given to Fiji to lift ban on Ox & Palm
 Papua New Guinea has given an ultimatum to Fiji – lift the trade ban on  its&
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Pacific Civil Society calls for no deal on PACER-Plus
Pacific Trade Ministers have today been presented with a civil society petition calling for th
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Oxfam calls for ‘no decision’ on Pacific free-trade agreement
Current negotiations on the PACER-Plus regional free trade agreement between Pacific Island co
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Tonga to ratify Paris Agreement on Climate change
Tongan deputy Prime Minister and Climate Change Minister, Siaosi Sovaleni has told Parliament
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Freedom of Information Bill under the spotlight
Several concerns have been raised by Fiji political parties and some non governmental organis0
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American Samoa election date declared
American Samoa's chief election officer, Uiagalelei Dr Lealofi Uiagalelei, has officially
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No advice to NZ government over Tonga passports
The New Zealand Prime Minister, John Key, says he hasn't received any advice on whether ho
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Tuberculosis outbreak having devastating effect on children in PNG: ChildFund
The scourge of tuberculosis in Papua New Guinea is worse than previously thought and is having
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Fiji High Court refuses application to strike out appeal case regarding National Federation Party suspension
The Suva High Court in Fiji has refused an application to strike out an appeal case regarding
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Fijian workers exploited in New Zealand
A man accused of trafficking more than a dozen people into the country lured his victims with
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PNG Government receives independent investigation report into student unrest at UOG
The  Papua New Guinea Government has received an independent investigation report into th
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Samoa AG’s Office seek indefinite adjournment
A lawsuit by a member of the public, Suitupe Misa against Samoa’s Commissioner of Police
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Government to resettle asylum seekers
A Supreme Court matter seeking clarification on an order, among others, handed down by a five-
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Pacific countries condemn 'misleading' statements on PACER Plus
Concerns raised by activists around negotiations for the regional trade deal called PACER PLUS
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Pacific Unions concerned at lack of worker representation at Pacific Labour meeting
 The South Pacific Council of Trade Unions (SPOCTU) welcomes the convening of the inaugur
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PNG PM calls for leaders to be aware of Bougainville sensitivities
Papua New Guinea Prime Minister, Peter O’Neill has warned  Bougainville President J
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NZDF vessel returns from successful Fisheries Patrols in the Pacific
The Royal New Zealand Navy’s offshore patrol vessel HMNZS Wellington will return to the
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18/08/2016 - Asylum seekers homes yet to be found: PNG PM O'Neill
18/08/2016 - Solomon Islands PM congratulates police officers on UN peacekeeping mission
18/08/2016 - Territory key part of international pact to combat “IUU” fishing
18/08/2016 - ADF forging strong ties with Fiji Military
18/08/2016 - By-election set for Aitutaki
18/08/2016 - Samoa Police Commissioner, Director of National prosecution office suspended
18/08/2016 - Australia offers to help Fiji establish civilian disaster response teams
18/08/2016 - Paris climate agreement set to become law this year
18/08/2016 - RAMSI congratulates Solomon Islands Police on UN mission
18/08/2016 - Long-term resettlement solutions needed for refugees on Manus Island – UNICEF Australia
18/08/2016 - Bougainville President Momis calls for urgent meet with PM O'Neill
17/08/2016 - 'High time' for female UN head
17/08/2016 - Fewer than 20 asylum seekers voluntarily resettled in PNG: Immigration Minister Dutton
17/08/2016 - UN health agency names Michael Bloomberg Global Ambassador on non-communicable diseases
17/08/2016 - All Vanuatu lawyers involved in pardon should be disciplined: Judge
17/08/2016 - Fiji flag will not change: PM Bainimarama
17/08/2016 - PACER Plus negotiators defend process and transparency in Auckland
17/08/2016 - Australia, PNG agree to close immigration camp
17/08/2016 - Fiji Times employees on bail and will re-appear in court
17/08/2016 - Abuse allegations at Australian detention centre 'unfounded': Nauru president
17/08/2016 - PNG Government committed to help Bougainville, says PM O’Neill
16/08/2016 - NZ PM Key defends Fijian anti-terror operation
16/08/2016 - Australian Defense Force personnel are back in Fiji
16/08/2016 - DPP charges Fiji Times with inciting communal antagonism
16/08/2016 - Samoa Police boss charged
16/08/2016 - APEC could attract terrorists’ attention, says PNG Minister
16/08/2016 - UN science panel debates 1.5C as climate records fall
16/08/2016 - Four candidates in the race for Palau President face off in a debate
16/08/2016 - Groundswell of support for West Papua in time for Forum Leaders Meeting
16/08/2016 - Tongan Cabinet withdrawal of two Bills raises concern over process
16/08/2016 - Cook Islands bid for UNESCO seat
16/08/2016 - Disgraced Vanuatu MPs guilty of conspiracy
16/08/2016 - Paris deal concerns PNG finance Minister Marape
16/08/2016 - Trade solutions between Fiji and PNG
16/08/2016 - PNG PM welcomes new Cybercrime laws
16/08/2016 - Parliament hosts Fiji’s first ever Women’s Parliament
16/08/2016 - HMAS Canberra to return to Suva
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