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As Tuvalu battles sea level rise, the greatest threat to its survival, the island nation also faces great challenges in achieving the Sustainable Development...

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“The ABAS has been charted, we must act now” – Tuvalu PM at SIDS4

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As Tuvalu battles sea level rise, the greatest threat to its survival, the island nation also faces great challenges in achieving the Sustainable Development...

Vanuatu referendum expected on 10 June: Kaltamat

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Today is the National Referendum polling day, which has been declared a public holiday in Vanuatu. All eligible voters are expected to cast their votes...

Leadership by Small Islands Developing States magnified by the Cook Islands at SIDS4

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Taking the floor, Cook Islands Prime Minister Mark Brown shone the spotlight on Pacific Island led solutions for climate change challenges faced by SIDS,...

SIDS drowning in debt and ‘running on empty’, warns Guterres in Antigua

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International financing is the fuel for sustainable development, but small island States are “running on empty” - drowning in debt and rising sea levels...

New $135 million initiative will support Small Island Developing States to tackle drivers of...

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The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Global Environment Facility launched a new US$135 million Blue and Green Islands Integrated Programme (BGI-IP) today...
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End war on nature and ensure ocean health, UN chief says in message for...

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Ending the “war on nature” must be part of global recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said on Tuesday in his...

Solomons PM due in Australia amid China tension

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Solomon Islands Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will host his Solomon Islands counterpart Manasseh Sogavare against a backdrop of accusations China has influenced the Pacific...

Climate change remains the Pacific’s biggest threat – Forum Foreign Ministers declare

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Pacific Foreign Affairs Ministers have concluded their virtual meeting this week reiterating the call that climate change remains the greatest threat facing the region...

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Media policy in vetting process: PNG Information Minister

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Papua New Guinea’s National Media Development Policy is going through the Social, Law and Order Sector Heads vetting and clearance process before it is...

Former PNG PM O’Neill worried about laws to curb media, freedom of speech

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The Papua New Guinea Government plans to introduce laws to curb free speech and freedom of the press, former prime minister Peter O’Neill says. In...

Historic Launch of Right to Information (RTI) Initiative in the Solomon Islands

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In a landmark event, Solomon Islands has seen the official launch of the Right to Information (RTI) initiative. The project is a collaborative effort between...

Small Island States secure milestone decision at COP28, but concerns linger over Loss and...

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By Pita Ligaiula at COP28 in Dubai, UAE In a decisive moment at COP28, Small Island States clinched a historic win, but as the celebrations...

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Christian Karembeu says family killed in New Caledonia violence

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Former footballer Christian Karembeu shared that he has tragically lost two family members amid the recent surge of violence in the French Pacific territory...

Fijiana 15s winger Atelaite Buna shows strength:Coach Mosese Rauluni

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Fijiana 15s winger Atelaite Buna continues to impress the coaches, demonstrating her versatility and strength in multiple positions. Buna is one of two players with...

Round Two of Oceania Rugby Women’s Championships set to continue

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The Oceania Rugby Women's Championships are set to continue this week with the Papua New Guinea Cassowaries joining the national squads of Samoa, Fiji,...

Oceania nations chase Women’s RWC 2025 qualification in Brisbane

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Women’s Rugby World Cup 2025 and WXV 3 2024 qualification will be up for grabs when the Oceania Rugby Women’s Championship gets underway in...

Fijian Drua make changes for Otago Highlanders clash

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The Fijian Drua have named their squad for the crucial away-match against the Highlanders this Sunday in Round 14 of Super Rugby Pacific in...

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Mana Moana – Pacific Voices

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Created as part of the Islands Speak series of gifted Pacific poets joined by indigenous artists to create a visual, moving, digitally enhanced offering...

Traditional Samoan medicinal plant may be as good as ibuprofen for treating inflammation, study...

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A Samoan medicinal plant may be as effective as ibuprofen for treating inflammation, according to a new study that combines traditional community knowledge with...

COP26: Commit to Action, Not Words

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By Sivendra Michael As leaders prepare for the 26th Climate Change Conference in Glasgow next week, tensions mount up on the inadequate representation of Pacific...

Education

USP welcomes Professor Ahluwalia, Fiji PM acknowledges the power of one...

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Staff and students of the University of the South Pacific (USP) in Fiji welcomed Vice-Chancellor and President of USP, Professor Pal Ahluwalia at Laucala...