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With more than 800 people laid off at Fiji Airways, calls are growing louder for a Pacific travel bubble with Australia and New Zealand. Audio
Restrictions on movement between Australia's states will need to be removed before a trans-Tasman bubble can be opened up, the prime minister says. Audio
Fiji has put its hand up to join New Zealand and Australia's travel bubble amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Tens of thousands of people in Fiji will mark the Easter holiday weekend without electricity because power supply to almost 80 percent of homes in the country is yet to be restored.
As the winds finally died down on Wednesday morning, the people of northern Vanuatu emerged to scenes of devastation.
New Zealand is going to focus on ensuring that the principles of democracy continue to be respected in Fijian elections, says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Audio
New Zealand plans to ensure the principles of democracy continue to be respected in Fijian elections, Jacinda Ardern says. Audio
The person who has been confirmed to have New Zealand's first case of the Covid-19 coronavirus "followed all of the steps you would hope would be followed", says the Health Minister.
Analysis: The government faces economic strife and uncertainty as the coronavirus continues to spread, four men charged in National's donations case plead not guilty, and more revelations about NZ…
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will be picking her battles when she meets her Australian counterpart Scott Morrison this afternoon.
Koro joins Kathryn to talk about the visit of Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister James Marape to New Zealand, and the visit of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to Fiji this week. He'll also look at the… Audio
Family of the Fijian men killed in the Christchurch mosque attacks say they have no ill feeling towards New Zealand - instead they see what happened to their loved ones as fate.
Fifty-one people died… Audio
As the anniversary of the March 15 shootings approaches, the Prime Minister has met with families of three of the victims from Fiji.
Jacinda Ardern went to the Lautoka Mosque on Thursday - one of her… Audio
Jacinda Ardern has paid tribute to the three Fijians who died in last year's Christchurch mosque shootings.
New Zealand's Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, has paid tribute to three Fijians who died in last year's Christchurch mosque shootings.
New Zealand's Prime Minister says she won't be demanding her Australian counterpart do more to fight climate change. Audio
The Prime Minister has seen real poverty in Fiji but says despite some New Zealanders also living in hardship, doing nothing to help the Pacific isn't an option.
Jacinda Ardern visited a settlement… Audio
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced $2 million in funding to put towards the relocation of Fijian communities displaced by climate change.
Fiji Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama has failed to convince Jacinda Ardern to send a strong message to Australia on climate change when she visits there this week.
Bainimarama made his position… Audio
The Prime Minister says she won't be wagging her finger at Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and demanding he do more to fight climate change when they meet this week.
Jacinda Ardern is in… Audio
Citing common security challenges, Jacinda Ardern and Frank Bainimarama have announced a policing co-operation programme focused on transnational organised crime.
Fiji and New Zealand have agreed to expand their security partnership into policing co-operation.
Fijian Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama is calling on New Zealand to back his country in pushing Australia to commit more to climate change action.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has arrived in Fiji where talks have quickly turned to climate change and what more can be done.
Fijian Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama has sent a message to Jacinda… Video, Audio