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Greenpeace says the New Zealand government should step in and stop this country's dairy industry from using PKE as a supplementary feed.
Papua New Guinea has amazing potential for honey production, according to an Australian researcher. Audio
Bougainville might be close to independence but the enthusiasm for sitting in the PNG national parliament remains high. Audio
An Australian company aiming to mine coal and build a coal-fired power station in PNG is dismissing criticism of the plan.
After six weeks of campaigning and voting just shy of two weeks, the 440 candidates in this year's Bougainville election are now sitting around waiting for the count to begin.
There are fears that the death toll from Covid-19 among Pacific Islanders in the United States could go much higher if people don't listen to the advice they are being given. Audio
Bougainville's former acting chief secretary, Thomas Raivet, is confident he can lead the region into independence.
The fifth presidential vote in Bougainville is shaping as the most open ever.
In the US state of Arkansas, Marshall Islanders make up just half a percent of the population, but they represent six percent of all Covid-19 deaths there.
The Marshall Islands Government is contemplating stopping outbound travel as ex-patriate communities in the United States are hard hit by Covid-19.
The Niue government has to become more transparent and improve communication with the people, according to a local MP.
The current regional member for Bougainville in the PNG Parliament, Joe Lera, is resigning so he can contest the Bougainville presidency.
A record 26 candidates are seeking the six common roll seats in the Niue parliament when voters go to the polls on 30 May.
The biggest issues confronting disaster officials in Tonga following last week's battering from Cyclone Harold are the state of wharves in 'Eua and Ha'apai and some of the coastal roads.
A summit of huge significance for the future of Bougainville has taken place over the past week, in and around Panguna.
With a projected vote on independence from Papua New Guinea just three months away, suddenly Bougainville is the centre of a lot of activity.
Bougainville's referendum, this year, on whether to gain full independence from PNG is the culmination of a peace process that began in 1997.
Graves are being washed away from a cemetery on the coast of the Cook Islands' main island of Rarotonga and the government is yet to act. Audio
A new publication is the first book to chronicle the colonial history of Niue. Audio