King Charles vows to ‘continue to serve’ the Commonwealth

King Charles has vowed to the Commonwealth to ‘continue to serve you, to the best of my ability’ as he continues his treatment for...

Commonwealth Secretary-General to visit Samoa and Tonga ahead of CHOGM and Forum Leaders Meeting

The Commonwealth Secretary-General, Patricia Scotland , will embark on official visits to Samoa and the Kingdom of Tonga from 25 March 2024. In both countries,...

Fiji to host Commonwealth law ministers meeting in 2026

Commonwealth law ministers and attorneys general have chosen Fiji as the host of the next Commonwealth Law Ministers Meeting, to be held in February...

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Fourth SIDS International Conference labelled ‘last chance’ to safeguard vulnerable Islands

Antigua and Barbuda diplomat in the United Nations, Tumasie Blair has emphasised the critical nature of the upcoming Fourth International Conference on Small Island...

SIDS Ministers call for tailored renewable energy technologies in face of challenges 

Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are grappling with the challenge of adopting “appropriate” renewable energy technologies, even as they intensify efforts to transition towards...

‘The right person’: What did Solomon Islanders vote for?

After a relatively well-organised and peaceful day of voting in Solomon Islands, the electoral commission is working with donor partners to safely transport ballot...