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Tongan deputy PM and former PM granted stay

Tongan deputy Prime Minister Poasi Tei and former Prime Minister Pohiva Tu'i'onetoa, both Members of Parliament have each been granted a stay in the...

Former Samoa PM Tuilaepa & Lealailepule suspended indefinitely for contempt of Parliament

Leader of the Opposition HRPP Party and Samoa’s longest serving Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sailele Maliegaoi and HRPP Party Secretary, Lealailepule Rimoni Aiafi have been...

Two Tongan Cabinet Ministers granted stay of unseating, special Appeal Session in July

Two Tongan Cabinet Ministers, who were found to have committed bribery in the lead up to the November 2021 General Election, have been granted...

Anthony Albanese officially sworn in as Australian PM

With an oath to “well and truly serve the Commonwealth of Australia”, and the flick of a signature, Anthony Albanese has officially become Australia’s...

Labor leader Anthony Albanese to be sworn in as Australia’s new prime minister

Anthony Albanese will today be sworn in as Australia's 31st prime minister, as his incoming Labor government takes power after almost a decade of...

Australian election 2022: Anthony Albanese ‘humbled’ to be next PM as voters abandon Coalition

Anthony Albanese will be Australia’s next prime minister, leaving the Coalition in disarray after it lost more than a dozen seats to Labor and...

Australian voters deliver strong message on climate, ending conservative government’s 9-year rule, Anthony Albanese...

Australian voters have delivered a sharp rebuke to the centrer-right government, ending nine years of conservative rule, in favor of the centre-left opposition that...

CNMI Governor Ralph Torres acquitted by Senate

The Republican-led Senate on Wednesday voted four to three to acquit Republican Governor Ralph Torres of all the charges filed against him by the...

Former Australian envoy says Australia’s lost Pacific trust

A former Australian envoy to the Solomons Islands has accused Australia’s government of losing the trust of South Pacific island countries and of ushering...

10 percent for Women MPs is discriminatory says Samoa Minister of Finance

Samoa’s first woman to be appointed the Minister of Finance, Mulipola Anarosa Ale-Molioo says the set ten percent quota for women representatives in parliament...

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