Communities worry anew as PNG revives seabed mining plans

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By Rebecca Kessler Chris Malgan sits in his outrigger canoe, singing and shaking a ring of coconut shells in the water next to the...

Blog: Why gender matters in climate finance

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By Keshav Dash, Commonwealth National Climate Finance Advisor to Tuvalu and Dr Deepa Pullanikkatil, Commonwealth National Climate Finance Advisor to Fiji Climate change and...

A Dysfunctional Family: How Australia can and should repair its relationships with the Pacific...

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Analysis by Liam Moore The prevailing strategic culture in Australian foreign policy circles that view Pacific Island states in instrumental and paternalistic ways is unproductive....

A “climate defence force” for the Pacific

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By harnessing human, environmental and resource security, Canberra can counter Beijing’s coercive tactics in the region. By Thomas Lonergan During the summer political slumber, Australian Defence...

Q&A: Tuvalu’s new leader Feleti Teo opens up about issues his nation faces

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By Don Wiseman, RNZ Pacific Senior Journalist The existential threat posed by climate change remains the biggest concern for the new Tuvalu administration. The government is...

Manasseh Sogavare – Master of Mayhem in the Solomon Islands

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Analysis by Professor Jon Fraenkel In the Solomon Islands, an election in April will decide whether a Chinese allied prime minister keeps his job. Manasseh...

Healthy mouths, healthy lives: the Pacific’s 2030 commitment

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In Pacific island countries and areas, as many as 1 in 2 children have dental caries in their baby teeth – the highest prevalence...

Empowering Pacific Youth: Amplifying Climate Action through Social Media Advocacy

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In a concerted effort to address climate change and amplify awareness on Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), the Regional Hub for the Pacific is proud...

Stronger together – the Commonwealth celebrates significant 75-year milestone

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Today, 56 of the world’s largest countries and smallest islands, across six oceans, continue to stand united and celebrate shared values for Commonwealth Day. Commonwealth...

Millions to benefit from access to justice measures agreed by Commonwealth law ministers

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Millions of Commonwealth citizens will benefit from improved people-centred access to justice as law ministers concluded their meeting in Zanzibar today with a package...

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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...

18 Young Leaders selected for Samoa 2024 Commonwealth Youth Forum Task force

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

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Tonga Prime Minister Hu’akavameiliku Siaosi Sovaleni says the people of Tonga wants to see more results and action for the Pacific in 2050. Speaking at...