- News Feature : Women in Climate Change shifting the power [28/10/2020 - Samoa]
- News Feature : Pacific Island Environmental Network champions new technology for conservation and sustainable development [28/10/2020 - Fiji]
- News Feature : Enhancing Solomon Islands’ Protected Areas through Access to Information Resources and GIS [28/10/2020 - Solomon Islands]
- News Feature : Now available: Training Manual for Pacific Guidelines for Healthy Living [28/10/2020 - Fiji]
- Business News : Japan, U.S and Australia to finance undersea cable for Palau [28/10/2020 - Palau]
- News : First virtual Pacific climate change conference commences [28/10/2020 - Samoa]
- News : 56 illegal firearms surrendered in Samoa [28/10/2020 - Samoa]
- News : Fiji to roll out national scabies programme [28/10/2020 - Fiji]
- News : Repatriation flights stopped: PNG Foreign Affairs [28/10/2020 - Papua New Guinea]
- Sports News : Strict guidelines for Flying Fijians [28/10/2020 - Fiji]
- Sports News : Reatau Rau resigns as PNGRFL CEO [28/10/2020 - Papua New Guinea]
- News Feature : Fiji, India share deep and enduring ties: Fijian envoy [28/10/2020 - India]
- Sponsored : Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC)
Super Rugby Aotearoa will reportedly return for a second season next year with a revised competition which could feature a Pacific team.
Mediaworks reports Super Rugby Aotearoa will return next year after original plans from NZ Rugby and Rugby Australia to unite for a trans-Tasman version of the competition were put on hold for 2021 due to the ongoing issues with Covid-19.
The report says the competition is expected to be signed off on within the next two weeks, with the inclusion of a Pacific side also in the works.
Meanwhile, Super Rugby Australia will also run once again, but a crossover tournament will feature at the end of the domestic competitions to add some trans-Tasman flair.
New Zealand Rugby has stated publicly that they can pull off another Super Rugby Aotearoa competition but a full trans-Tasman competition remains their preference.
Pacific Islands News Association
Who & What is PINA?
International News Safety Institute (INSI)
Media Helping Media