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Fijian British army veterans lose court battle to remain in UK
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03:04 am GMT+12, 02/12/2020, United Kingdom
“I didn’t have any time to prepare myself,” Waqaliva said in his first interview. “I wasn’t told that my UK visa would expire when I left the army. Once I did realise, I just didn’t have the money. It’s not just the £2,000 (US$2,682), it’s that I
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Fiji, first in the world to validate Target E data on Sendai framework
A major milestone has been achieved today as Fiji takes lead in the world to validate the Target
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Ex-Arizona politician gets six years in adoption scheme involving women from the Marshall Islands
A former Arizona politician in the United States who admitted running an illegal adoption scheme
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PM: Vanuatu COVID-free again
Vanuatu is now COVID-free again. The welcoming news was announced by Prime Minister Bob
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Pacific leaders condemn Australia's 'weak' climate target in open letter to Scott Morrison
Pacific leaders have condemned Australia’s Paris climate target as “one of the weakes
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Vaccines should be treated as a social good not a commodity - Fiji AG
Fiji's Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum said that one of the main global issues that will
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Former PNG PM O'Neill to stand trial for official corruption
Former Papua New Guinea Prime Minister and Member for Ialibu Pangia, Peter O'Neil has been re
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COVID-19 can spark new generation of social protection measures: UN chief
While COVID-19 has wiped out important development gains in mere months, with extreme poverty ris
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First 'Ava and Turou held at NZ parliament for new Pasifika MPs
--For the first time ever a Turou - 'Ava blessing ceremony has been held at the New Zealand p
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U.S provides over K1.7m antiretroviral drugs to PNG
In Commemoration of World AIDS Day 2020, US Ambassador to PNG, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu Erin M
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West Papua independence leaders declare 'government-in-waiting'
West Papuan leaders have declared a provisional “government-in-waiting” of the contes
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International lawyers draft plan to criminalise ecosystem destruction
International lawyers are drafting plans for a legally enforceable crime of ecocide – crimi
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PNG Governor General remains neutral amidst political bickering
Papua New Guinea Governor-General Grand Chief Sir Bob Dadae says the Head of State will remain ne
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UN human rights office worried by killings in Indonesian provinces of Papua and West Papua
Violence is escalating in the Indonesian provinces of Papua and West Papua, where meaningful and
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COVID -19:New infections fall globally for first time since September, WHO chief says, urges ‘extreme caution’
Last week saw the first global decline in newly reported cases of COVID-19 since September, the h
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‘NZ extra protection for Cooks’
A potential travel bubble between New Zealand and the Cook Islands is “still being worked t
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Supreme Court stays PNG Parliament sitting
The Papua New Guinea Supreme Court has stayed both Parliament adjournments agreed on 13 November
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PNG Opposition leader Namah referred to police
Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape has announced that he has lodged criminal proceeding
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‘Rabuka will remain Fiji Opposition leader’
Sitiveni Rabuka remains Fiji’s Opposition leader until Parliament ends.  
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Fiji records four new border quarantine COVID-19 cases
-Fiji's Ministry of Health and Medical Services has announced four new border quarantine case
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COVID-19 threatens global progress against malaria, warns UN health agency
Gaps in life-saving interventions are undermining efforts to curb malaria, amid fears that the co
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27/11/2020 - PNG Supreme court rules, Marape's election as Prime Minister
27/11/2020 - Viliame Gavoka set to be new SODELPA leader
27/11/2020 - Samoa PM Tuilaepa calls for regional balance in top Forum seats
27/11/2020 - Second man tests positive for COVID-19 in Samoa
27/11/2020 - State of of Public Emergency approved by Solomon Islands Parliament
27/11/2020 - Pacific Nature Conference concludes, countries endorse Vemööre Declaration
27/11/2020 - Call for urgent action on Pacific conservation
26/11/2020 - European Union provides €22 million to support the health response in the Pacific and Timor-Leste
26/11/2020 - Legality of PNG Speaker's decision to recall Parliament will be heard next Monday
26/11/2020 - High Level Segment of largest Pacific Nature Conference opens
26/11/2020 - 10 PNG government MPs submitted their resignation letter
26/11/2020 - One day parliament sitting insufficient, Cook Islands Opposition says
26/11/2020 - U.S offers counter-China funding for Pacific nations
26/11/2020 - Extending State of Public Emergencies not the answer: Solomon Islands Opposition leader
26/11/2020 - Three PNG government MPs covid-positive amid political crisis, Passengers to pay all quarantine expenses under new travel measures
26/11/2020 - PIFS secretary general shares on PNG's Jenelyn Kennedy tragedy
25/11/2020 - PNG Court challenge adjourned
25/11/2020 - ‘Foundational and necessary change’ needed to heal post-COVID world
25/11/2020 - Patrick Pruaitch resigns as PNG foreign affairs Minister
25/11/2020 - Fiji gripped as Attorney General investigated for cold-case bomb attack
25/11/2020 - State of Public Emergency extended in Solomon Islands
25/11/2020 - COVID-19: Fiji records three new border cases
25/11/2020 - Cook Islands Crimes Bill deferred once again, delaying debate on same-sex rights
25/11/2020 - Battling invasive species a priority for the Pacific
25/11/2020 - PNG Court to rule on PM’s election
25/11/2020 - Courts decision should be respected, says PNG PM Marape
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