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Meet Otintaai the iKiribati female warrior creation with a warning for the world and a message of hope.
Tuvalu is planning an ambitious digital transformation, based on a blockchain. Audio
A Tongan community group in New Zealand hope their efforts to make koloa, or cultural treasures, inspire others. Audio
A Tongan community in New Zealand hopes their efforts to make koloa inspires others.
The first Pacific Island president of the UN Human Rights Council is calling for more regional representation in Geneva. Audio
Breaking up the Pacific Islands Forum would be a lost opportunity to cement the region's global leadership on climate change and ocean conservation.
Pasifika communities in the New Zealand capital have started 2021 with a vibrant celebration of their cultural heritage. Audio
The best memories of Christmas food for me was growing up in Munda in the Western Solomons.
Three Pasifika church communities in the Horowhenua District have been a sense of hope as they head towards 2021, despite Covid-19 turning life upside down this year. Audio
For the first time ever a Turou - 'Ava blessing ceremony has been held at the New Zealand parliament for new Pasifika MPs. Audio
Children are being irreversibly damaged by malnutrition in the Pacific. Audio
Congratulatory messages continue to pour in from Pacific leaders to the US president-elect Joe Biden but what does the change of the guard in Washington DC really mean for the Pacific? Audio
There are mixed reactions in the Pacific to a new free trade deal which comes into force in December. Audio
Two former Solomon Islands prime ministers have put their hats in the ring for upcoming by-elections.
The Solomon Islands government is urging its seasonal workers in New Zealand to stay there if they are being offered jobs. Audio
The Solomon Islands has appointed a local police commissioner for the first time in 19 years.
Pacific fisheries observers work in dangerous environments on board foreign fishing vessels holding them to account and helping protect the region's fish stocks and oceans. But who is protecting them?
Police in Solomon Islands are to be taken to court over their seizure of personal protective equipment donated to a local province by Taiwan.
The embattled premier of Malaita Province in Solomon Islands says he will continue to voice and stand up for the concerns of his constituents.
The Solomon Islands government is being urged to explain how a ship dropped off cargo from China in Honiara last week without the port approval.
In Vanuatu's north, whole villages still lie devastated three weeks after Cyclone Harold tore through on that terrifying Monday, 6 April.
An inquiry into this month's ferry tragedy in Solomon Islands, which resulted in 27 people dying, is set to begin on Monday.
Vanuatu's Disaster Management Office has given NGOs the green light to distribute relief supplies to communities affected by Cyclone Harold.
The Asian Development Bank says tourism-driven economies in the Pacific will be the worst affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Pacific economies will suffer a sharp fall as resource prices collapse and tourism numbers plummet to zero, but their remoteness could provide something of a buffer.