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Solomon Islands to likely to go for early polls

The Solomon Islands government is believed to have abandoned its plan to extend Parliament by another year, sources have revealed. Instead, it has backed the...

Pacific to discuss Solomons-China tie-up

New Zealand expects the Solomon Islands security tie-up with China to be the subject of a special Pacific Islands Forum meeting. Regional security and the...

Work underway to bring back Micronesia: Samoa PM

Work has already begun to reunite the Pacific Islands Forum after the Micronesian block of nations initiated moves to exit the regional body. Speaking virtually...

Solomon Islands PM: Country will never host any military base

In his national address of late, Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare made an assurance that Solomon Islands will never be used as a...

I will win 2022 election: Fiji PM Bainimarama

Fiji's Prime Minister and FijiFirst Leader Voreqe Bainimarama has made his political intentions clear – stating emphatically that he will win the next election. Responding...

“Worry about your atoll,” Solomon Islands Police Minister response to FSM President

Solomon Islands Opposition leader Matthew Wale has described sarcastic climate change comments by a government minister on social media as insensitive and shameful. This followed...

U.S admiral lashes ‘concerning’ Solomon Islands security pact with China

A top American admiral has criticised a potential security pact between China and Solomon Islands, describing it as a “secret" arrangement worrying the U.S...

Tuvalu Foreign Minister urges countries to take greater responsibility for climate change to save...

Countries should cut down on their greenhouse gas emission and take greater responsibility for problems created by climate change to save island nations like...

New Caledonian Union adamant on complete decolonisation

New Caledonia's largest pro-independence party said it will not give up on the gains made in terms of decolonisation from France under the 1998...

More power to tackle corruption in PNG

The Unexplained Wealth Bill will give the Commissioner of Police (COP) greater powers to prosecute public servants, complementing existing legislation to tackle corruption, Papua...

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