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Barnaby Joyce quits as Australian deputy prime minister and National party leader
By Online Editor
11:09 pm GMT+12, 22/02/2018, Australia
“Barnaby Joyce is the leader of the National Party of Australia. As leader of the National Party of Australia in a Coalition government, he is my Deputy Prime Minister,”Turnbull said. “The leadership of the National Party is a matter for the National Party and I’ve been at great…
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Drought hit atolls to receive help
With the effects of climate change and extreme weather events disproportionately affecting peo
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No tax, duty on food and building materials from overseas, says Tonga Revenue Minister
Foodstuff and building materials from overseas for Tropical Cyclone-stricken Tonga are exempt
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No arrest on 29 Bougainvilleans escaped in Gizo, Police Chief blame lapses in security
How 29 detained Bougainvilleans escaped police custody in Gizo in the early hours of Wednesday
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Stronger storms mean new 'category six' scale may be needed
 The increasing strength, intensity and duration of tropical cyclones has climate scienti
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Pacific Climate Change conference hears sea level rise of two metres by 2100
 A prominent New Zealand research scientist says sea level rise from the Antarctic ice sh
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Former PNG Defence commander says PNG invest heavily on border security
Chairman of the Guns Control Committee former Commander of the PNG Defence Force Major-General
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No charges laid against Fiji trade unionist
No charges have been laid against Fiji Trades Union Congress (FTUC) national secretary Felix A
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Former UN chief Ban Ki-moon to lead global ‘green growth’ push
Former UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon will take over as head of a global organisation promot
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PNG PM moots tougher gun laws
People illegally using or possessing firearms will face jail terms of up to 10 years and fines
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Cooks won't raise UN issue during Ardern visit
The Cook Islands government will not be raising the issue of a seat at the United Nations when
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Dengue epidemic declared in New Caledonia
A dengue epidemic has been declared in New Caledonia.   The government sa
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Fiji Trades Union Congress permit to march rejected
 The Fiji Trades Union Congress’s permit to have a march tomorrow in Suva has been
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All Black helps NZ Tongans rally to aid homeland after Cyclone Gita
Tongans in New Zealand are working hard to get food, water and much-needed supplies back to th
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French PM upsets pro-independence side in New Caledonia
Pro-independence politicians in New Caledonia are upset at comments by a visiting former Frenc
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Legislative changes threaten Independent Commission Against Corruption in PNG
Papua New Guinea deputy Prime Minister Charles Abel has highlighted that amendments to the ena
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US can't respond to disasters in Hawaii, Alaska or Pacific Islands as fast as mainland
The U.S. isn’t prepared to respond to disasters in Hawaii, Alaska or on Pacific Islands
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21/02/2018 - Category six cyclone rating needed as storms get bigger, New Zealand Climate Minister says
21/02/2018 - More disaster risk reduction needed in the Pacific - Tearfund
21/02/2018 - Gita slaps Samoa Electric Power Corporation with $10m bill
21/02/2018 - Bougainvilleans escape Solomon Islands police custody
21/02/2018 - Samoa’s elections going electronic in 2021
21/02/2018 - Valls favours New Caledonia staying French
21/02/2018 - French relief supplies for Tonga
21/02/2018 - Disaster risk finance a priority for Pacific countries, says Samoa PM
21/02/2018 - PNG yet to consider Pacific APEC help
21/02/2018 - UN condemns violence against journalists in PNG, deputy Morobe governor apologises
21/02/2018 - Cook Islands PM says not to worry about snap elections
21/02/2018 - Pilot in contract dogfight with Defence Department over its Pacific aerial surveillance ­operation
21/02/2018 - 'Nothing to hide': Man denies role in friend's Fijian prison ordeal
20/02/2018 - Record insurance payout for Tonga following Cyclone Gita
20/02/2018 - India contributes $1 million for Tonga devastated by Cyclone Gita: UN
20/02/2018 - NZ Defence Force flies UNICEF educational supplies to Tonga
20/02/2018 - Commonwealth countries can count on Fiji
20/02/2018 - Samoa PM calls for Pacific efforts on emissions
20/02/2018 - 862 dengue cases in Fiji
20/02/2018 - French Senate approves New Caledonia electoral law
20/02/2018 - $15,907 damage in Onoilau village after cyclone Gita
20/02/2018 - 29 Bougainvilleans apprehended for illegally entering Solomon waters
20/02/2018 - Global sea level to rise by up to 1.2 metres despite Paris agreement, say scientists
20/02/2018 - Emergency aid: EU supports the victims of tropical cyclone Gita
20/02/2018 - UNICEF says newborn death rates in Pacific a serious concern
20/02/2018 - Helen Clark lauds Fiji
20/02/2018 - PNG Police Chief calls for total ban on firearms
20/02/2018 - Investing in education is a must – Helen Clark
19/02/2018 - Cyclone Gita: State of emergency declared in Christchurch
19/02/2018 - Cyclone Gita: Most homes in Tonga's 'Eua damaged
19/02/2018 - Technical support reason for UN bid
19/02/2018 - Guns to be banned in PNG
19/02/2018 - Pragmatic partnerships: solution to educational challenges
19/02/2018 - Home brew kills four in Solomon Islands
19/02/2018 - New bill to improve marine resource management in Cook Islands
19/02/2018 - New Caledonia referendum nears amid 'confusion' - Valls
19/02/2018 - Dengue fever poses biggest health risk to post-cyclone Tonga
19/02/2018 - Tongan students return to destroyed classrooms
19/02/2018 - Long wait for Koro Islanders for their home to be built after cyclone Winston
19/02/2018 - 44 charged with para-military style training plead not guilty
19/02/2018 - Fijian PM thanks China for cash donation for tropical cyclone relief work
18/02/2018 - NZ PM to visit Tonga, Samoa, Niue, and the Cook Islands
18/02/2018 - Research timing strange: Tuvalu PM
18/02/2018 - Samoa Cabinet assesses cyclone damage
18/02/2018 - New Zealand braces for storm, state of emergency considered
18/02/2018 - Shelter still in high demand in cyclone-battered Tonga
18/02/2018 - Maritime Boundary talks successful: Vanuatu PM
18/02/2018 - Solomon Islands, Fiji ready to assist PNG
18/02/2018 - Palau President Remengesau met with President Duterte in Davao City
15/02/2018 - Vanuatu gets financial assistance from Green Climate Fund
15/02/2018 - Tonga Police arrest two for looting; Nuku’alofa curfew extended
15/02/2018 - Storm surges and damage likely as Gita reaches New Caledonia
15/02/2018 - NZ PM Ardern visiting Cook Islands next month
15/02/2018 - PNG assures APEC agenda will provide greater opportunities for Pacific Island Countries
15/02/2018 - Tonga King VI calls for closer working relationships and cooperation
15/02/2018 - Tonga: 'We need to prepare ourselves to rebuild and renew'
15/02/2018 - China offers $1.3 million pa’anga relief fund to help Tonga recover from cyclone Gita
15/02/2018 - Life amongst the rubble: Tongan families carve out new reality post-Cyclone Gita
15/02/2018 - Former finance Minister Ratu Jone Kubuabola to become next Fiji's Opposition MP
15/02/2018 - Kiribati maritime investigation into ferry disaster progressing slowly
15/02/2018 - Australia study backs fishing cameras as NZ suggests scrapping their introduction
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