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Fiji eases restriction measures as more people get vaccinated

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Border restrictions on Fiji's main island Viti Levu have been lifted Friday. The move came after 62 percent of all adults are fully vaccinated and...

Fiji records 197 new cases of COVID-19, four deaths reported

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Fiji has recorded 197 new cases of COVID-19 and four new deaths Thursday, increasing the total number of cases to 49,517 and 542 deaths...

Australian nuclear submarine plan ‘wrong direction at the wrong time’, Nobel prize-winning group says

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Australia’s decision to build nuclear submarines will isolate Australia from its regional neighbours who have, for decades, pursued a nuclear-free Pacific, the International Campaign...

Brigadier General Jone Kalouniwai is the new Commander of Fiji’s Miilitary Forces

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Brigadier-General Jone Kalouniwai is the new Commander of the Republic of the Fiji Military Forces(RFMF), taking over from Rear Admiral Viliame Naupoto. This was confirmed...

Samoa Supreme Court orders HRPP members to be sworn in

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Samoa Supreme Court has ruled in favour of the Human Rights Protection Party (HRPP) and ordered the Speaker of the House to swear in...

Pacific Minister Seselja pleads with Micronesian Leaders not to leave the Forum

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Australian Minister for International Development and the Pacific, Zed Seselja,has called on Micronesian Leaders not to leave the premier political body- the Pacific Islands...

Fiji records 146 new cases of COVID-19, one death reported

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Fiji has recorded 146 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death reported Wednesday, increasing the total number of cases to 49,320 and 538...

Solomon Islands PM urges journalists to be fair when reporting on corruption

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Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare urges journalists to be fair and accurate when reporting integrity and corruption issues. Sogavare made the call in his...

Pacific Forum Members hold third briefing with Japan regarding Fukushima treated nuclear wastewater

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Pacific nations continue to raise questions and concerns in closed briefing sessions around plans by Japan to discharge over a million tonnes of treated...

Over 100 Pasifika overstayers deported last year during pandemic

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Deportation of Pacific overstayers is continuing despite the global Covid-19 pandemic putting pressure on island nations. Fiji has been particularly ravaged by the virus of...

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Pacific Australian Emerging Leaders Summit

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Young leaders from the Pacific and Australia will come together for connection-building, leadership development and dialogue at the first ever Pacific Australian Emerging Leaders...

Vanuatu confident of reaching required votes for ICJAO

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By Anita Roberts Vanuatu and its coalition partners for the International Court of Justice Advisory Opinion (ICJAO) resolution are confident of reaching the required...

Defence buildup in Guam will ensure swift response in the event of China...

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The U.S Department of Defence is beefing up forces in Guam and other island nations in the region to ensure a prompt counteraction should...