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Fiji's former prime minister Frank Bainimarama and suspended police chief Sitiveni Qiliho will go to trial over corruption allegations.
Over a million Pacific islanders and other enthic groups working in Aotearoa will not be considered in the New Zealand government's potential legislation to close the gender pay gap. Audio
Fiji slammed with international travel advisories, but authorities say the country is safe. Audio
Thousands of Cook Islanders across Aotearoa New Zealand are celebrating their language this week, but for the majority, their knowledge of Cook Islands Māori is declining. Audio
The Fijian government has announced its 'rebuilding our future together' Budget with a spend of $FJ4.3 billion to address the high cost of living and manage the debt burden.
Fiji's Prime Minister says Friday's national budget will not be business as usual. Audio
An influenza B outbreak has occurred at shelters housing residents who were hardest hit by Typhoon Mawar. Audio
Fiji's Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka has alluded that the upcoming 2023-2024 National Budget will be an unpopular, needs-based one. Audio
Leader of Fiji's 2000 coup has applied for a presidential pardon under a mercy clause, raising the possibility of his release from prison after serving over 20 years of a lifetime sentence.
In a significant step toward preserving and commemorating Fiji's rich history, efforts are underway to establish the country's first living museum. Audio
In what has been described as a historic moment for Fiji, leaders signed a statement on Sunday to mark a major step towards unity and reconciliation between the two largest races in the country. Audio
Illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing poses significant risks to Palau, one of the world's most important fishing areas.
The Church acknowledges its role in supporting the racially motivated violent coups of Fiji in 1987, 2000, and 2006. Audio
Fiji is experiencing an unprecedented economic crisis, with debt reaching 90 percent of GDP last year, resulting in high inflation and low economic growth. Audio
Palau's President Surangel Whipps Jr says diplomacy with China does not have to mean abandoning Taiwan. Audio
Fiji's coalition government has the task of reflecting on and fulfilling its election promises and addressing the nation's economic woes is top priority. Audio
A group of former leaders of Pacific island nations have condemned the AUKUS security pact saying it is "bringing war much closer to home" and goes against the Blue Pacific narrative. Audio
The final battle to form the next government is under way, with only 48 hours left to the 2022 Fijian General Election voting day.
With the Fiji General Election just days away, a major political party has condemned the arrests of its deputy leaders on charges of vote buying.
The 2022 Fijian General Election began on Monday with 77,907 citizens able to cast their votes at 613 pre-polling venues this week.
A year after re-opening its borders, Fiji has recorded an injection of $FJ805 million into its economy from international visitor arrivals between April and August.
The guilty verdict handed to a high-profile Fijian lawyer for contempt of court charges has been described by legal professionals as disproportionate.
With the establishment of a loss and damage fund, the Pacific appears to have benefited from COP27 in Egypt. But can it be described as a successful summit? Rachael Nath finds some very worrying…
After two weeks of negotiations at the climate talks at an Egyptian resort, it's now down to the wire.