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Samoan PM arrives in NZ for bilateral meeting with PM Ardern

Samoan Prime Minister Fiame Naomi Mata'afa has arrived in New Zealand ahead of her first official bilateral overseas visit since taking office, with China...

Bid to strengthen ties: Fiji’s Defence Minister Seruiratu

Fiji will make the most of all its relationships amid growing ties with China and other countries around the world. Minister for Defence, National Security,...

China sees Pacific islands as ‘equals’, U.S sees a ‘backyard’, claims Beijing’s former envoy

China's former ambassador to the United States claims Western countries are treating the South Pacific like their “backyard” in a throwback to the colonial...

Australian troops in PNG for election

Australian troops have touched down in Papua New Guinea to help support the country’s national election. The vote from 02 - 22 July is largely...

Pacific’s ability to manage own fish stocks at risk under current WTO text

The ability of Pacific Island Countries to manage their fish stocks are at risk if the World Trade Organisation (WTO) 12th Ministerial Conference (MC12)...

Climate change a bigger threat than war, Fiji tells security summit

Fiji has told an Asian security summit that climate change is a bigger threat to the Pacific than military tensions. “In our blue Pacific continent,...

Australia, New Zealand unite on China’s Pacific threat

Australia’s prime minister said Friday after a meeting with his New Zealand counterpart that the two nations are in lockstep in their policies toward...

PM Ardern says there’s ‘power in collective’ when facing China in Pacific

New Zealand Prime Minister has told Australian media there is “power in the collective” when dealing with China in the Pacific, calling on all...

Tonga’s Tu’i’onetoa loses second electoral petition

Tonga's former prime minister, Pohiva Tu'i'onetoa, has lost a second electoral petition for bribing voters ahead of last year's election. He, along with three current...

U.S official says Pacific can expect more engaged America

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...

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