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Vanuatu president pardons three former PMs

Three former Prime Ministers have been pardoned by Vanuatu President, Pastor Obed Moses Tallis. They are Rialuth Serge Vohor, Joe Natuman and Charlot Salwai. The State...

Japan, Pacific nations vow to tighten defence ties for maritime order

Ministerial-level defence representatives from Japan and 13 Pacific island countries vowed on Thursday in an online meeting to tighten cooperation to maintain maritime order...

Peace by peaceful means has been the only answer -Bougainville President Toroama

Bougainville today celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Bougainville Peace Agreement (BPA) that was signed between the people of Bougainville and the Government of...

Samoa urges U.S to commit to nuclear-free Pacific

Samoa's former Ambassador to the United Nations, Ali'ioaiga Feturi Elisaia, has called on the United States to ratify a treaty declaring the South Pacific...

UK Government supports Pacific island progress on extended continental shelf submissions

The UK Government has signed an agreement with the Pacific Community (SPC) for £263,000 (US$359,000) that will help Fiji, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, and Tonga...

Senator Schatz: U.S needs to ‘step up’ engagement in the Pacific Islands

In an online news conference with Pacific Islands journalists Wednesday, U.S Senator Brian Schatz (D-Hawai'i) said the United States needs to "step up" engagement...

PNG bans India flights in diplomatic spat over Covid breach

Papua New Guinea COVID-19 National Pandemic Response Controller and Police Commissioner David Manning has expressed anger and disappointment at the way in which India’s...

Unexploded Ordnance is an ‘ugly legacy’ of WWII: Solomon Islands PM

The issue of Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) is an ugly legacy of World War II, Solomon Islands is still experiencing its effects to this day. Prime...

Samoa Police Commissioner resigns

Samoa Police Commissioner Fuiavaili'ili Egon Keil has tendered his resignation to the Minister of Police Monday morning with his exit effective immediately. The Samoa Observer...

Former PM Rabuka warns Fiji First government that COVID-19 failures could cost them votes

Former Fiji Prime minister, Sitiveni Rabuka, says he wants next year's election to be about common beliefs and not personalities. Rabuka has emerged from what...

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Solomon Islands media boycott Chinese foreign minister’s visit to Honiara

Media Association of Solomon Islands (MASI) has issued a boycott notice to its members for the PRC Press event scheduled for Thursday. MASI President, Georgina...

China seeks Pacific Islands policing, security cooperation – document

China will seek a region-wide deal with almost a dozen Pacific islands covering policing, security and data communications cooperation when Foreign Minister Wang Yi...

Solomon Islands journalists shut out of China foreign minister visit, raising secrecy concerns

Pacific journalists have raised serious concerns about secrecy surrounding the upcoming marathon tour of the Pacific by China’s foreign minister, who will be visiting...