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ONOC Digest – Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

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ONOC is delivering this Digest in partnership with The Reporters’ Academy and the Pacific Islands News Association (PINA). OCEANIA’S DAY AT THE GAMES - DAY...

Opeloge family claim another weightlifting title as Don strikes gold at Birmingham 2022

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Samoa's Don Opeloge has become the third of his siblings to win a gold medal in weightlifting, triumphing in dominant fashion in the men's...

ONOC Digest – Birmingham 2022

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ONOC is delivering this Digest in partnership with The Reporters’ Academy and the Pacific Islands News Association. OCEANIA’S DAY AT THE GAMES - DAY 4 On...

ONOC Digest – Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

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ONOC is delivering this Digest in partnership with The Reporters’ Academy and the Pacific Islands News Association(PINA). OCEANIA’S DAY AT THE GAMES - DAY 3 Monday...

Shift the power to a people centered humanitarian approach, Ilolahia tells ECOSOC

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Coordination and effectiveness of humanitarian assistance should be strengthened to support civil society and local humanitarian actors because government system cannot cope alone with...

Solomon Islands Golden Girl shines with three Gold Medals at Mini-Games

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Jenly Tegu Wini continues her impressive form, bagging 3 Gold Medals at the Northern Marianas 2022 Pacific Mini-Games. Jenly bagged the medals from the 55kg...

Hundreds of workers flown home to Pacific despite NZ fishing firms’ pleas

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Tongan, Samoan and ni-Vanuatu horticulture workers have been redeployed or flown home, to the disappointment of the country's biggest fishing companies who had asked...

Triathlon, weightlifting and va’a medals decided at Pacific Mini Games

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Multiple nations picked up a share of the medals on offer across three sports at the Pacific Mini Games in Saipan. In the women's 49...

Vision Pasifika Media Awards shining spotlight on Pacific resilience in face of climate crisis

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The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP), in partnership with Aotearoa New Zealand and key regional media partners — the Pacific Islands...

Addressing Climate Change is Safeguarding Human Rights

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Opinion by Bob Loughman Weibur, Vanuatu Prime Minister Climate change represents the single greatest threat to Pacific Islanders and the Pacific way of life,...

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Solomon Islands unhappy with indirect China references in draft agreement with Washington, insists it...

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Solomon Islands foreign minister Jeremiah Manele said veiled references to China in an American-led Pacific declaration were one of the reasons his country was...

UN chief: Countries bound for COP27 must make climate action ‘the top global priority’

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As government representatives begin the finalise the agenda for the COP27 climate change conference in Egypt next month, for pre-COP planning in the Democratic...

Samoan Passengers forced to sleep on cold floor at Auckland Airport for hours

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More than 100 passengers - including elderly and young children - were forced to sit and sleep on the ground of a cold corridor...