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A baby and a teenager are among the latest deaths from Covid-19 being reported in Fiji.
A group of Tongan seasonal workers stranded in New Zealand because their flight home was cancelled are better off staying in Aotearoa, says an RSE official.
Tongans in New Zealand have been praying for their Pacific Island families, as they endure an agonising wait for news from relatives cut off from the world.
While a senior government official in Fiji has confirmed to RNZ Pacific that Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama is overseas, the people of Fiji have not been told where he is or why he's away.
Fiji's government has warned of a rise in diseases with the potential to prove deadlier than Tropical Cyclone Cody which hit the country on Monday.
The Australian Government is assisting its citizens stranded in Fiji who claim they were mistreated by the locals after testing positive to Covid-19 when they arrived in the Pacific island nation.
A human rights activist in Fiji says the country should be ashamed of what happened to academic Brij Lal who died in exile in Australia on Christmas Day.
Less than a month after reopening to the world, Fiji is bracing for a third wave of the coronavirus outbreak.
More than 150 households, including businesses in the Solomon Islands capital Honiara, will receive emergency supplies - three weeks after riots rocked the Pacific island nation.
If the tourist booking numbers continue to come through, Fiji is well on its way to becoming a billion-dollar industry again, says the head of the country's tourism sector.
A South Korean retail giant - praised by the Fijian prime minister for its commitment to expand their enterprises in the Pacific island nation - is now facing intense scrutiny by the government.
A Pacific community leader in New Zealand says the government must take some responsibility for the decline in the number of Pasifika language speakers across Aotearoa.
Australia and the United States will continue to allow their citizens to travel to Fiji amid the Pacific nation recording its first cases of the Covid-19 Omicron variant this week.
The Chamber of Commerce warns the "worst is yet to come" as the country battles a humanitarian crisis brought on by last week's political unrest. Audio
With no plans to evacuate their citizens from Honiara, the international community is closely monitoring the situation in the Solomon Islands following a week of political unrest.
Despite the arrival of seasonal workers from the Pacific to New Zealand, there are fears the upcoming season will still be a big challenge.
Women are still missing at the top climate table, warns a human rights lawyer from the Pacific.
The International Transport Workers Federation is calling on Fiji and the Philippines to uphold and protect the rights of seafarers.
Health authorities in Fiji say they are concerned about an anti-viral pill designed to treat symptomatic Covid-19.
The Pacific is facing severe effects of climate change and these are only likely to intensify, a round-table on International Humanitarian Law has heard.
Pacific Community vaccination events successfully engage Pacific Youth.
Fijians have been assured it is safe to donate blood during a Covid-19 outbreak in the community.
The Pacific is making a desperate plea to the world's wealthy nations: step up and deliver on your promises to fight the global climate crisis.
Fijians in Tāmaki Makaurau, Auckland, are taking inspiration from their rugby sevens heroes to spread their message of vaccination against Covid-19 in Aotearoa New Zealand.
The man sacked for publishing Fiji's household and income survey says the report is an 'honest snapshot' of the country's poverty situation.