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Fiji is battling the impacts of both the Covid-19 pandemic and Cyclone Harold, which left widespread devastation when it struck the country in April. Audio
The New Zealand government says it's taking a cautious approach to Fiji's 'Bula Bubble' proposal.
There's an air of certainty at the University of the South Pacific after two weeks of protests at the regional institution. Audio
A former vice-chancellor at Papua New Guinea's University of Technology says politics has no place in university governance. Audio
The suspended pro Vice Chancellor of the University of the South Pacific believes he's a victim of a witch-hunt by the leadership group at the regional institution. Audio
A member of parliament from the Social Democratic Liberal Party in Fiji has apologised to their voters and supporters following SODELPA's suspension by the registrar of political parties.
The call has gone out for the creation of a global network to promote Rotuman language and culture in this current Covid-19 pandemic environment.
What makes Rotuman such a unique Pacific language and how did it come to be?
More than 1000 people are still sheltering in evacuation centres in Fiji following Cyclone Harold more than two weeks ago.
More details about the extent of the damage caused by Cyclone Harold last week in Fiji are emerging as relief supplies and food rations reach the worst-hit areas in the country.
Fiji's government has declared the country's second State of Natural Disaster in a week, following the country's 17th confirmed case of Covid-19.
Fiji's government says a court ruling challenging the Prime Minister's powers to order the arrests of anyone breaching the Covid-19 nationwide curfew is flawed.
Fiji's Prime Minister says the lockdown in Suva will not be lifted until the government is satisfied the number people screened has improved.
Fiji's Prime Minister says relief supplies and food rations have reached the badly-hit remote areas of the country since last week's devastation by Cyclone Harold.
Tens of thousands of people in Fiji will mark the Easter holiday weekend without electricity because power supply to almost 80 percent of homes in the country is yet to be restored.
People in Fiji woke today to count their losses following the destruction left behind by Tropical Cyclone Harold.
More than 20 Wallisians from New Caledonia have been stranded in Auckland since last Saturday after their government closed the border due to Covid-19.
Pacific Islanders who visited an exhibition about Tahitian navigator Tupaia have been inspired to share his story. Audio
The decision to cancel Auckland's Pasifika Festival should have been made earlier rather than on the eve of the event, a cultural advisor from French Polynesia says.
A student from Auckland's Pacific community is calling on more young women to give the building and construction sector a go.
Members of the Kiribati and Rotuman communities in New Zealand have welcomed their inclusion in the country's Pacific language weeks lineup. Audio
Solidarity among Pacific nations is key to protecting their fisheries and mineral resources in exclusive economic zones, says a researcher. Audio
New Zealand is going to focus on ensuring that the principles of democracy continue to be respected in Fijian elections, says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Audio
Women in Samoa are already part of the decision-making process and if their voices are not being heard it's because of a lack of interest on their part, says a government official. Audio