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Warrant of arrest for Solomon Islands Minister Tome withdrawn
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11:00 pm GMT+12, 18/09/2017, Solomon Islands

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Marshall Islands joins Under2 Coalition
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MSG deputy director general appointed
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14/09/2017 - Fears new low-skilled visa will be open to abuse
14/09/2017 - North Korea fires another missile over Japan, putting Guam within range
14/09/2017 - PNG celebrate 42 years of independence
14/09/2017 - Fiji calls for non state- state actors to step -up climate action
14/09/2017 - Fijian PM launch scathing attack against opposition MP
14/09/2017 - North Korea tests another missile; no threat to Guam, Homeland Security says
14/09/2017 - Vanuatu and France to hold border talks
14/09/2017 - ACP Secretary General urges better ocean governance through Pacific maritime domain awareness
14/09/2017 - PM’ Sogavare's early PIF exit ridiculed
14/09/2017 - Fiji Parliament reminded of past hurt and effects of race card
14/09/2017 - Guam delegate may have violated emoluments clause with lease, ethics office says
14/09/2017 - Senegal assumes chairmanship of the ACP Committee of Ambassadors
14/09/2017 - Court advised to reject French Polynesia nuclear compensation
14/09/2017 - Vanuatu to highlight West Papua human rights violation at UN General Assembly
14/09/2017 - Short course focus on Pacific regional security
14/09/2017 - Fiji’s COP Presidency is global confidence: AG
14/09/2017 - Manus asylum seekers may stay in detention in PNG after Centre closes
14/09/2017 - Respect is an obstacle for Tongan democracy: researcher
13/09/2017 - Tonga's life peers now able to become noble MPs
13/09/2017 - No one single point in a democracy: Fiji Opposition MP Singh
13/09/2017 - PM Bainimarama should be blamed for 2000 coup: NFP
13/09/2017 - Inquiries after sacked Finance Minister disobeyed cabinet decision on TP$80,000 spending
13/09/2017 - Churches unimpressed by Indonesia's comments on West Papua
13/09/2017 - Samoa head of Immigration explains diplomatic passport denial
13/09/2017 - Samoa Government raises passport fees
13/09/2017 - FemTALK no nukes
13/09/2017 - At least 5,000 new voters register for Tongan election
13/09/2017 - Fiji Opposition MP claims 2013 constitution gender biased
13/09/2017 - Samoa media association president charged resigns
13/09/2017 - SPREP gears up to host Twenty Eighth Meeting of Officials in Samoa
13/09/2017 - Commonwealth Secretary-General welcomes Forum Leaders call for assistance in Apia, Samoa
13/09/2017 - StarKist to pay $6.3 m penalty for discharge violations
13/09/2017 - Tuvalu holds Island leaders meeting
12/09/2017 - Blue carbon dissent
12/09/2017 - Tahiti nuclear compo process to resume
12/09/2017 - Tuilaepa and North Korea's nuclear testing
12/09/2017 - Vanuatu PM calls on business community to work together after signing PACER PLUS
12/09/2017 - CSOs in Solomon Islands to petition PM Sogavare on withdrawal of Anti-Corruption bill
12/09/2017 - Security forces will be with you in the lead-up to the 2018 General Election: Fiji Defence Minister
12/09/2017 - Ambassador Peter Thomson of Fiji – Appointed UN Special envoy for the Ocean
12/09/2017 - Temaru wary of France's decolonisation stance
12/09/2017 - "If you don't like the Constitution you should go out of this house" - Ratu Inoke
12/09/2017 - 120 refugees in Port Moresby for medical treatment
12/09/2017 - PNG Registrar of Political parties yet to hear from pro-Pangu MPs
12/09/2017 - France’s Macron to pitch global environmental rights charter to UN
11/09/2017 - New Caledonia again fails to elect president
11/09/2017 - Fiji politics will continue to be race-based: Lalabalavu
11/09/2017 - Fiji security legislation under review; Ratu Inoke
11/09/2017 - At close of 71st UN General Assembly, outgoing President Thomson stresses sustainability
11/09/2017 - Samoa PM’s leadership hailed
11/09/2017 - Sacked Tonga Ministers not involved in dissolution - Speaker
11/09/2017 - Bolave Constituency declares referendum ready
11/09/2017 - PNG Opposition MPs cross floor to join Government
11/09/2017 - Pacific community hit hardest by Auckland mumps outbreak
11/09/2017 - Indonesian officials criticised for their condemnation of a West Papua protest in Apia
11/09/2017 - Fijian PM heads overseas for climate talks, calls for prayers in lead up to COP23 Presidency
11/09/2017 - NZ govt supports natural rejection of plastic usage
11/09/2017 - 4229 people living with HIV in Port Moresby: Survey
11/09/2017 - Video led to arrest of nine local men for prostitution and drug trafficking in Palau
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