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New Caledonia presidential election planned for Tuesday
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03:17 am GMT+12, 26/02/2021, New Caledonia

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Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare and former PNG Prime Minister dies
Papua New Guinea is in mourning following the passing of the country’s first Prime Minister
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PNG PM pays tribute to Sir Michael Somare, called for a week of silence, peace and calm
 Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape has paid tribute to Grand Chief Sir Michael So
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Tribute flows in as Papua New Guinea 'Father of the Nation', dies aged 84
Sir Michael Somare, Papua New Guinea's 'Father of the Nation', dies aged 84. &
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Bougainville President Toroama: Independence only option
Bougainville President Ishmael Toroama remains steadfast in his resolve for Bougainville to becom
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PNG records another COVID-19 death as total cases reach 1,228
Papua New Guinea has recorded another COVID-19 death bringing the total number of deaths from to
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Bougainville reports second Covid-19 case
The Bougainville Public Health Committee has announced there has been a second confirmed positive
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Dr Ratuva: Fiji facing a dilemma
Fiji is facing a dilemma at the moment regarding the University of South Pacific (USP) saga and t
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Head, neck cancer common among men in PNG: Dr Olali
ead and neck, prostate, testicular and penile cancers are among the common cancers that affect me
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Tuvalu opposition strongly oppose proposed citizenship and passport scheme
 Tuvalu’s Opposition Party believes the proposed Tuvalu citizenship and passport inves
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Marshall Islands U.S Ambassador Gerald Zackios indicates 'no easy way back' into PIF for Micronesia
The man at the centre of Micronesia's breakaway from the Pacific Islands Forum, says there is
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Forum members can withdraw at any time: Dr Ratuva
 Pacific Islands Forum members can withdraw at any time because the organisation is still ve
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Fiji considers 2005 Forum Agreement welcomed: Forum SG
Forum Secretary General Dame Meg Taylor has welcomed Fiji parliamentary standing committee consid
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Fiji benefits from Pacific regionalism’
 Fiji has been the biggest beneficiary of regionalism in the Pacific, says renowned Fijian a
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Aingimea: USP not owned by one but 12 countries
The University of the South Pacific(USP) is not solely owned by one country but 12 countries whos
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24/02/2021 - Fiji records new COVID-19 border quarantine case
24/02/2021 - Call for support for appropriate infant and young child feeding
24/02/2021 - Kiribati and China to develop former climate-refuge land in Fiji
24/02/2021 - PNG Trade Union Congress ‘sick of throwing stones’ at parliament
24/02/2021 - World risks ‘collapse of everything’ without strong climate action, Attenborough warns Security Council
24/02/2021 - Poor countries could face grave death toll from lack of access to Covid vaccines
24/02/2021 - Fiji yet to ratify pact establishing the Pacific Islands Forum
24/02/2021 - 34 new COVID-19 cases reported, PNG total at 1,111
24/02/2021 - Fijian Media Association unhappy with police actions against journalists
24/02/2021 - Facebook reverses Australia news ban after government makes media code amendments
23/02/2021 - Former Vanuatu Prime Minister Salwai appeals suspended sentence
23/02/2021 - No Chinese base for Fiji land
23/02/2021 - Methodist Church of Fiji elects Reverend Ili Vunisuwai as new president
23/02/2021 - 2021: Critical year to ‘reset our relationship with nature’ – UN chief
23/02/2021 - Pacific island nations turn to Beijing-backed AIIB as pandemic sinks economies
23/02/2021 - Vanuatu COVID-19 vaccine deployment plan approved
23/02/2021 - PNG National Pandemic Controller Manning in isolation after testing positive for COVID-19
23/02/2021 - More COVID-19 cases reported - PNG total at 1,056
23/02/2021 - Fiji PM Bainimarama thanks Japan for assistance towards COVID-19 response
23/02/2021 - Concerns raised over lack of COVID-19 vaccine translations in Pacific languages
23/02/2021 - China will donate 100,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccines: Ambassador Xue
23/02/2021 - Pacific news companies fear financial loss after Facebook bans news in Australia
22/02/2021 - Concerns raised about Green Climate Fund flood defence project in Samoa
22/02/2021 - Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare in critical health condition
22/02/2021 - Australia will provide F$4.23 million to support Fiji’s response to TC Ana
22/02/2021 - Suspension of 22 Vanuatu MPs unconstitutional: Court
22/02/2021 - WCPFC extends fisheries observer suspension through 15 May
22/02/2021 - Nine new COVID-19 cases reported, PNG total at 970
21/02/2021 - Marshall Islands follows Palau, FSM in initiating Forum withdrawal
21/02/2021 - Fiji answers call to ‘plug gaps’ in British Army with hundreds of recruits
21/02/2021 - Host option – Vanuatu willing to take in USP VC Ahluwalia
21/02/2021 - Vanuatu and New Caledonia launch safe travel Tamtam Bubble
21/02/2021 - Government eases visa restrictions for visitors in New Zealand
21/02/2021 - PNG ‘ICAC not ready’
19/02/2021 - Change in New Caledonia government brings hope to Kanak people
19/02/2021 - UN offers science-based blueprint to tackle climate crisis, biodiversity loss and pollution
19/02/2021 - Fiji PM Bainimarama calls on Micronesia subregion to remain with Pacific Islands Forum
19/02/2021 - Covid-19 vaccine rollout ‘critical’ to protect Pacific nations, but details are lacking — vaccine expert
19/02/2021 - WHO seeks $1.96 billion for 2021 Strategic Plan for COVID-19 Response
19/02/2021 - Pacific media warns Facebook ban on Australian news could have serious effects in the region
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