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Domestic and sexual violence in Solomon Islands is costing companies almost two weeks worth of work per employee each year.
The Solomon Islands Electoral Office says the arrival of Australian and New Zealand personnel to provide logistical support for next month's election will also bring a sense of security for voters. Audio
A new report has found that crocodile attacks on people in Solomon Islands has increased significantly over the past decade and will continue to rise if nothing is done. Audio
Helen Clark is urging political parties in Solomon Islands to support women planning to contest elections next year. Audio
After several years of toing and froing the Solomon Islands parliament has now passed the country's first anti-corruption and whistleblower protection laws. Audio
The director of Pacific Strategy and Engagement at the University of Auckland says New Zealand's curriculum fails to reflect its students from Pasifika and other minority backgrounds. Video, Audio
A kindergarten in Porirua fighting to save Pacific languages has won a prestigious prime minister's award for engagement and service to its community. Video, Audio
A Samoan New Zealand artist is creating Polynesian designs and tattoos using just four computer keyboard characters. Video, Audio
A New Zealand fruit grower says his industry can no longer survive without the Recognised Seasonal Employer scheme.
Pacific women MPs say New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern is a real inspiration for them.
Disaster authorities in Vanuatu are considering how to look after thousands of homeless evacuees.
Vanuatu's Prime Minister has promised the thousands evacuated from the island of Ambae that they will return home.
The evacuation phase of the exodus from the volcano island of Ambae in Vanuatu is drawing to a close three days ahead of schedule.
Vanuatu MP angry at lack of govt aid for volcano evacuees
The number of people leaving the Vanuatu island of Ambae as its volcano belches ash and smoke, is higher than expected, and officials think the population may have been underestimated, says RNZ… Audio
Authorities in Vanuatu are struggling to cope as the evacuation of 11,000 people from the volcanic island of Ambae begins in earnest.
Victims of devastating floods in Solomon Islands three years ago, many of whom are still living in makeshift housing, are calling on the government to live up to its promises.
Seven vessels are facing charges of illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing after a ten day Pacific surveillance operation which ended on Friday.
Trade ministers from 16 Pacific Islands Forum countries have agreed to the legal text of the proposed PACER Plus regional free trade agreement.
Good Friday marks three weeks since Cyclone Pam tore through the South West Pacific wreaking havoc on Tuvalu, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. Video
Almost two weeks after Cyclone Pam devastated Vanuatu, we follow Radio New Zealand International's Koroi Hawkins as he visits Erromango island.
One week after Cyclone Pam Radio New Zealand International's Koroi Hawkins reflects on the devastation on Vanuatu's Shepherd Islands. Video
Over a week after Cyclone Pam Radio New Zealand International's Koroi Hawkins gives us an account of the devastation in Vanuatu as he moves to Emae Island.