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Kabui: Solomon Islands Independent Commission Against Corruption, a tiger without teeth

Chairman of the Solomon Islands Independent Commission Against Corruption (SIICAC), Sir Frank Kabui has described the Anti-Corruption Commission as a tiger without teeth in...

PINA Vice-President in Suva for MOU signing, anti-corruption event

Regional media leader and news publisher Robert Iroga is in Suva to speak at a commemorative event this morning at the Forum Secretariat. The longtime...

Corruption is the enemy of progress, growth and economic development: Forum SG

By Pita Ligaiula As geopolitical competition intensifies all around us, addressing corruption is more important now than ever, says Forum Secretary General Henry Puna. “We should...

Aimeliik Legislature calls for investigation of AIMSPLA Chairman Sriderio Rengulbai for alleged misconduct in...

By Leilani Reklai The 12th Aimeliik State Legislature passed a resolution requesting Aimeliik Governor Browny Simer to investigate allegations of misconduct in office made...

Celebrating youth Green Skills for good governance

By SONJA STEFANOVSKA-TRAJANOSKA, Anti-Corruption Adviser, UNDP Pacific Office in Fiji Challenges We Face Today, the world is grappling with a severe climate crisis that is...

Australia told to call out China corruption in Pacific

Australia has been told to be bolder about calling out corruption and malign foreign interference in the Pacific to counter China's increasing influence. The expanding...

Toolkit for Pacific Journalists Reporting on Corruption

PINA through the Pacific Anti-Corruption Journalists Network (PACJN) commissioned this Toolkit for Pacific Journalists Reporting on Corruption. Kiribati investigative journalist Rimon Rimon developed the...

UNODC, PINA & Palau Media Council partner to build capacity of Palau anti-corruption journalists

Two new Palau journalist anti-corruption grants were launched at a meeting between Palau Media Council journalists, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)...

Converging Pacific youth’s power for good governance and anti-corruption

Young people in the Pacific have proposed an action plan on how they can bring about change in society building on the Youth Vision...

Beneficial ownership transparency dialogue to counter corruption in the Pacific

Officials and practitioners from the public and private sectors from seven Pacific islands countries, Cook Islands, Fiji, Nauru, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu,...

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Tuvalu to review Australia treaty amid sovereignty, transparency concerns, maintain ties with Taiwan

Tuvalu's new Government is to review its controversial defence and climate change agreement with Australia - referring to concerns about the absence of transparency...

Congress ‘gradually destroying’ U.S relations with Pacific ally, Marshall Islands president warns

Hilda Heine, the president of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, has warned relations with the U.S are “gradually being destroyed by party politics”...

Samoa calls for acction on Trade challenges at WTO MC13

Samoa's Minister of Trade Negotiations, Leota Laki Lamositele, has addressed the WTO MC13 in Abu Dhabi, expressing the high expectations the Pacific nation has...