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Pacific youth lead campaign to support Vanuatu’s bid to get ICJ clarification

By Makereta Komai, PACNEWS Editor in Sharm El Sheikh  Pacific youth movements led by the Pacific Islands Students Fighting Climate Change have thrown their support...

COP27: Pacific leaders want climate change payments

Pacific leaders will be pressing developed nations for payment at the United Nations' climate conference known as COP27 this week in Egypt. Last year's climate...

Plan in place should adverse weather disrupt polls, new external exam timetable for students

As Fiji enters the 2022/2023 tropical cyclone season, Fiji’s Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem says they have an alternative plan should adverse weather disrupt...

Malekula MP-elect contested Vanuatu snap election despite suspended sentence

A winning candidate from the Malekula Constituency, Sanick Asang, was declared eligible and contested the Vanuatu Snap Election despite still serving a suspended sentence. The...

Pacific climate stories need to be ‘heard and told’, says USP award winner

By Akansha Narayan in Suva Award-winning University of the South Pacific student journalist Sera Tikotikoivatu-Sefeti says Pacific voices on the climate fight need to...

Fiji Kava eyes U.S expansion after acquiring Leilo

Fiji Kava (FIJ) has executed an agreement to acquire ready-to-drink kava brand Leilo in the United States. The company will acquire 100 percent of Leilo...

SPREP congratulates winners of 2022 Vision Pasifika Media Award

The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) congratulates the winners of the 2022 Vision Pasifika Media Award. Launched with financial support from Aotearoa...

Pacific Islands students target UN court as key weapon to fight climate change

In the shadow of the United Nations' towering headquarters in New York City, law student Solomon Yeo from an island nation in the South...

UNGA77 must be a milestone for loss and damage response finance: AOSIS

During the ongoing 77th UN General Assembly (UNGA), it is imperative that governments show their leadership in the fight against the climate crisis by...

Assessing Remittances Potential to Build Climate Resilience in the Pacific

By Veronica Corno, Climate Finance Specialist at BASE, Dr. Jale Samuwai, Resilience Financing Analyst at the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS), and Prof. Jeremy...

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RNZAF delivers Christmas cheer to Pacific in annual operation Christmas drop

The Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) is delivering lifesaving aid and supplies across the Pacific as part of Operation Christmas Drop. The annual operation,...

OACPS still relevant despite South Africa’s withdrawal from the organisation: SG Chikoti

By Pita Ligaiula in Luanda, Angola The Secretary General of the 79 member states of the Organisations of Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (OACPS), Georges...

OACPS respect South Africa’s decision to withdraw from the bloc

By Pita Ligaiula in Luanda, Angola South Africa has exercised her right to withdraw from the Organisations of Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (OACPS) says...