G7 countries must deliver on COP28 promise to cut fossil fuels

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For Pacific Island nations like mine, the transition to clean and renewable energy is not just a goal but a necessity for survival  By...

Vanuatu votes to curb political volatility in historic referendum

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Commentary by Tess Newton Cain It has become something of a truism that there is no political stability in Vanuatu, motions of no confidence are...

Hokule’a’s babies: Cook Islands master navigator credits pioneers

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In 2024 in Honolulu, the most venerated participants of the 13th Festpac are the voyagers who have arrived by reading the stars, the waves...

The real cost of mining in Solomon Islands

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By Charley Piringi The Rennell landowners are questioning the government again about the status of their royalty payments for the 33 bauxite shipments worth millions...

Upholding Our Ocean Legacy as we celebrate World Environment Day and World Oceans Day

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By Dirk Wagener, UN Resident Coordinator to Fiji, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, and Vanuatu Last week, we marked two key international days that are particularly...

26th Micronesian Islands Forum 2024 concludes with signing of joint communiqué and letter to...

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Following two days of discussions on emerging issues and proposed action, regional leaders from Guam, the Federated States of Micronesia(FSM), the Republic of Palau,...

World Ocean Day Message Pacific Ocean Commissioner, Dr Filimon Manoni- 08 June 2024

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Today, we join the rest of our Blue Planet in celebrating the vitality of our ocean on World Ocean Day. Since its inception in...

Deep Down Under: How deep sea mining threatens Australia and the Pacific

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By Kimberley Bernard  At the bottom of the globe sit the island nations of Australia and the 15 Pacific Island countries – internationally recognised and...

Liberation, not repression: Macron must start listening to the indigenous people of Kanaky-New Caledonia

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The people of Kanaky-New Caledonia have spoken, saying yet again, any and all attempts to determine the future relationship between France and the territory,...

The Silent Threat: Scientist Tells of Hazardous Toxic Gas from Dump Fires

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Local Government Minister aware of concerns, assures that works on dump relocation and a paper to address waste management issue in Fiji begins. By INOKE...

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Lawmaker says Guam, CNMI must ‘look after each other’ amid rising tensions in the...

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In the face of escalating threats in the region, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas (CNMI) House Floor Leader Edwin Propst said Guam and the...

CNMI, Guam lawmakers propose joint Marianas visa for both territories

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The Marianas Islands Legislature Association (MILA) has adopted a resolution seeking to replace the CNMI’s foreign worker programme with a joint Marianas visa tailored...

U.S Interior’s Assistant Secretary Cantor announces $372 million in Compact funding for Marshall Islands

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The United States Department of the Interior’s Assistant Secretary for Insular and International Affairs Carmen G. Cantor has announced US$372 million in Compact of...