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New forest portal to shine a light on PNG’s logging industry

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For more than twenty-five years, deep in the remote and inaccessible tropical forests of Papua New Guinea, a huge industrial complex has been operating;...

Vanuatu’s religious call for climate justice

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Around the world, people of faith are calling on their leaders to close the massive gap between what is required to limit global temperature...

Oceans under threat like never before, warns World Meteorological Organisation

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Climate change has hit the world’s oceans hard, UN weather experts said on Monday, in a call for lifesaving monitoring and early warning services...

Loggers defy protections to take Solomon Islands’ rare Tubi trees

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By Ofani Eremae At the Korona logging camp on San Jorge Island in the Solomon Islands’ Isabel province, the logging machinery lay quiet. Except...

Democratic Party reject calls for decade-long ban on seabed mining in policy flip

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Following a recent public consultation in the northern group and an internal policy review, the Cook Islands Opposition Democratic Party has come out against...

Fiji affirms commitment to building resilient infrastructure

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Fiji is at the forefront of global efforts to strengthen disaster and climate resilience by pursuing resilient infrastructure development. This message was conveyed at the...
LC Linnix charter vessel to Banaba Island

Fresh water and a new desalination plant arrives in Banaba

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The people of Banaba in Kiribati have received the much-needed fresh water supplies from the capital Tarawa on Sunday – after a year without...

Government of Kiribati prepares charter vessel to take water to desperate families in Banaba

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The Office of the President in Kiribati has today responded swiftly to desperate pleas for fresh water supplies from the people of Banaba. PACNEWS has...

Islands, rocks and tuna: Pacific nations draw new battle lines against rising seas

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Small island states in the Pacific are opening a new front in the fight against rising seas, to secure rights to an ocean area...

Severe drought and water crisis in Banaba, community elder call for humanitarian intervention from...

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The people of Banaba Island in Kiribati are calling for humanitarian intervention from Australia, New Zealand and the international community to an on-going severe...

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Forum DSG Nayasi calls for unified action against transnational organised crime in the Pacific

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At the launch of the Pacific Regional Transnational Organised Crime (TNOC) Disruption Strategy in Suva this week, Forum deputy secretary General Esala Nayasi says...

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Tonga’s 53rd Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Meeting launched – PM calls for more results,...

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