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Australian faces free trade agreement pressure to cut emissions
By Online Editor
10:46 pm GMT+12, 24/03/2019, Australia
The French officials' comments come at a sensitive time because Australia is currently negotiating a free trade agreement with the European Union, which EU negotiator Helena Konig and French President Emanuel Macron have said must include a clause requiring full implementation of the Paris agreement…
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USP graduates first PhD in Climate Change
The University of the South Pacific (USP)in Fiji graduated its first PhD in Climate Change on
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Solomon Islands oil spill has not reached protected area - UNESCO
The UN's cultural body, UNESCO, says no oil from a disastrous spill in the Solomon Islands
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Transparency International Vanuatu against pardoning former MPs
Transparency International Vanuatu (TIV) says it will be a backward step for Vanuatu if the fo
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Pre-polling in Solomon Islands held successfully, Solomons police call for firearms surrender ahead of election
A first ever pre-polling was successfully carried out last Thursday in Honiara and throughout
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Pacific quota registration open
Citizens of Samoa, Tonga, Kiribati, Tuvalu and Fiji are encouraged to register for this year&r
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Marshall Islands targets adoption trafficking
The Marshall Islands made its first legal move to stop the flow of illegal adoptions of Marsha
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UN official discusses multi-country office with FSM vice president
Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) vice President Yosiwo P. George, has met with Sanaka Sama
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Taiwan president shores up dwindling allies on Pacific tour
Visiting Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen has pledged a tourism boost and gifted a coast guard ve
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Taiwan President Tsai arrives in Nauru on second leg of overseas visit
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen  flew to Nauru from Palau on Sunday to continue her e
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Fiji: Despite UN scrutiny ahead, no progress on human rights
Fiji’s leaders are still doing too little to tackle the country’s severe human rig
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Commonwealth group deployed to observe Solomon Islands national general election
Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland will deploy a team to observe the Solomon Isl
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Melanesian Spearhead Group Observer Group commences preparations in Honiara
An advance team from the MSG Secretariat is in Honiara and have commenced preparations for the
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French ambassador to Vanuatu stood down amid assault probe
The French ambassador to Vanuatu Robby Judes has been stood down from his position as he is be
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20/03/2019 - New Zealand to ban military style weapons, says PM Ardern
20/03/2019 - French & EU candidate for FAO top job wants more Pacific presence in Rome
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20/03/2019 - Solomon Islands MP’s tax-free to be scrapped
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20/03/2019 - European FAO candidate promising Pacific focus
19/03/2019 - NZ and Australian Foreign Ministers in Jakarta for Indo-Pacific talks
19/03/2019 - Russia proposes to build Global Navigation Satellite System ground station in Palau
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19/03/2019 - Pacific Initiative fund targets Pacific countries & French Pacific Territories
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19/03/2019 - PNG foreign minister Pato signs maritime boundary agreements
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19/03/2019 - Tonga prime minister told to seek proper advice
19/03/2019 - Tsai to transit in Hawaii after visit to Pacific allies
19/03/2019 - Bougainvilleans applauded for keeping peace
18/03/2019 - Former Nauru president's dying wish is to end offshore processing
18/03/2019 - Samoa’s Prime Minister condemns Christchurch attacks in unconditional terms
18/03/2019 - NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says gun lobby won't dilute reforms on firearms
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18/03/2019 - Auckland's Pasifika Festival cancelled
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18/03/2019 - Cook Islands to recalibrate relationship with the UN
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