U.S official says Pacific can expect more engaged America

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In the last eight weeks, the Pacific has been a hive of superpower activity. China's recent play for influence and power in the region has...

China’s Ambassador says relationship with NZ ‘going well’, won’t discuss Beijing’s intentions in Pacific

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Despite escalating tensions in the Pacific, China's Ambassador to New Zealand says its relationship with New Zealand is going well. Chinese Ambassador Wang Xiaolong told...

Pacific Plans coordinated action at UN Ocean Conference

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This week, to coincide with the World Ocean Day (WOD) on 08 June,  Pacific’s experts and stakeholders on the Oceans met in Suva to...

Congress asks why U.S, Australia unprepared for China in the Pacific

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U. S Senior State Department officials were accused on Thursday of incompetence over China’s ambitions in the Indo-Pacific, with the United States and Australia...

Plea for bank accounts from Pacific Island money remittance companies rejected by NZ High...

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A judicial review of the Reserve Bank and New Zealand Finance Minister Grant Robertson’s actions around money laundering laws has failed, leaving money remitters...

Inaugural Pacific Islands Forum Women Leaders meeting opens today

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The inaugural Pacific Islands Forum Women Leaders meeting, which will be hosted by the Fijian Government will be held virtually on Thursday, marking a...

Vulnerable nations demand funding for climate losses, fearing UN ‘talk shop’

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The surging costs of climate change-driven destruction have made vulnerable nations poorer by about one-fifth, 55 such countries said on Wednesday, as fears grow...

Forum Chair calls for regional solidarity

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Fijian Prime Minister and Pacific Islands Forum Chair Voreqe Bainimarama has called for regional solidarity. This follows the two-day high-level political dialogue held in Suva,...

Reflections of the Pacific Oceans Commissioner on the state of Blue Ocean Continent

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The health of the world’s ocean and the planet continue to suffer as a result of climate change and other anthropogenic pressures. This remark was...

Tuvalu wants Australia’s help to lead Commonwealth with a climate focus

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The Pacific nation of Tuvalu has launched a longshot bid to head the Commonwealth and put climate action firmly on the world’s agenda –...

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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...