Thursday, July 7, 2022

Four more Samoan Associate Ministers sworn-in

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Four Samoan Associate Ministers were sworn-in Tuesday to support the workload of Cabinet ministers. The larger Ministries such and Public Works, Environment and Agriculture now...

PNG Justice Minister faces alleged misconduct charges

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Papua New Guinea Justice Minister and Madang MP Bryan Kramer has been referred to the Public Prosecutor by the Ombudsman Commission for 14 counts...

Pacific Islands Forum Chair welcomes Micronesia position

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The Pacific Islands Forum Chair, Acting Prime Minister of Fiji Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum says the temporary suspension of the FSM withdrawal from the Pacific...

Solomon Islands PM ‘must take responsibility’ for Honiara tragedy, says Wale

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Solomon Islands Opposition leader Matthew Wale has rejected the prime minister’s claim that he and other opposition members were behind last week’s rioting in...

Australia’s Solomon Islands intervention is defending a ‘corrupt’ government, premier says

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The leader of the Solomon Islands' most populous province says Australia's deployment of soldiers and police to the country following violent protests is unwelcome...

UN states seek teeth and sting in the corruption fight

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Transnational crime syndicates including those that work in the underworld market of money laundering would have been anxious over moves in the United Nations...

FAST party seeks Samoa Court clarity to resolve impasse

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Fa’atuatua i le Atua Samoa ua Tasi (FAST) party is seeking clarity from the court to overcome the differed interpretation of the situation from...

Judge stays Vanuatu Speaker’s move

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Vanuatu Supreme Court judge, Justice Oliver Saksak, has granted a stay on the vacation of 19 seats in the country's parliament. On Tuesday the Speaker...

Samoa’s longest serving Prime Minister faces citation for contempt of court

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Samoa caretaker Prime Minister Tuilaepa Dr Sailele Malielegaoi was Tuesday served to appear in Court next week, to face a motion that he and...

Pacific nations want answers to questions, more evidence in Japan plans to dump Fukushima...

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Pacific Islands Forum Secretary General Henry Puna has called for more answers and evidence-based science on Japan’s plans to dump more than a million...

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Dire state of ocean’s health met with tide of pledges at UN Ocean Conference,...

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Scientific collaboration and knowledge-sharing is essential

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Princess Eugenie visit Pacific booth in Lisbon

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By Pita Ligaiula in Lisbon A member of the British Royal family- Princess Eugenie the youngest daughter of Prince Andrew, Duke of York and Sarah,...