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Tonga eruption likely the world’s largest in 30 years – scientist

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Early data from Tonga's violent volcanic eruption suggests it is the biggest blast since Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines 30 years ago, volcanologist Shane...

Armed forces to remain on standby to ensure stability in Solomon Islands

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While military presence will be scaled down in Honiara, Solomon Islands, contingents from the Fijian, Australian and New Zealand armed forces will remain on...

CNMI Governor is not resigning, looks forward to a fair Senate trial

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“I am not resigning,” CNMI Governor Ralph Torres said on Tuesday. “The issue between former Governor Fitial and myself is totally different,” he added...

Tonga PM-designate urges parents to get kids second vaccine as new Cabinet list release...

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Tongan Prime Minister-designate Siaosi Sovaleni has urged Tongan parents to embrace the COVID-19 vaccination for young children, as the latest official data shows a...

France criticised for haste with New Caledonian referendum

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A New Caledonian government minister Vaimua Muliava has written to the French president, saying the French government has made a mess out of New...

French Polynesia confirms Omicron cases

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French Polynesia's health minister says there are now 20 Covid-19 cases of the Omicron variant. Jacques Raynal says practically all cases are tourists who are...

Tongans told to protect water tanks from acid rain, as eruption continues

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As a large gaseous cloud continues to rise to 18km altitude and drift over all islands, all Tongan residents were advised by geologists to...

Palau President Whipps urges Senate to reconsider passage of digital residency bill

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Palau's President Surangel Whipps Jr. urged senators to reconsider the passage of the proposed Digital Residency Identification bill, which earlier failed to get a...

How the Glasgow dialogue can deliver finance for victims of the climate crisis?

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It is important to seize this opportunity to get dedicated support for people on the front lines of climate impacts, urgently and based on...

‘Consistent evidence’ of Omicron’s spread vs Delta: WHO’s Tedros

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There is now “consistent evidence” that the Omicron variant is outpacing Delta, as COVID-19 continues to account for around 50,000 deaths worldwide every week,...

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Honiara on lockdown for 60 hours

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The Honiara Emergency Zone is in lockdown for 60 hours effective from 6pm last night to 6am Saturday 22 January 2022. The Honiara Emergency Zone...

Six million voters for poll

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It is expected that around six million eligible voters in Papua New Guinea will take part in this year’s general election, with an updated...

Samoa Cabinet approves medical transfer of former PM to New Zealand

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The Samoa Cabinet has approved the medical transfer to New Zealand of opposition leader Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegoai. A Cabinet minister said the former prime minister...