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The women's MP for Bougainville North, Franseca Semoso, says enrolling to vote for the October vote on independence from Papua New Guinea must be extended beyond this Sunday.
Australia's Foreign Minister, Marise Payne, is visiting Bougainville today as part of a visit to Papua New Guinea.
Voter enrolment in the Papua New Guinea region of Bougainville has been extended until this Sunday.
A Southland father with terminal bowel cancer hopes to trigger a citizens-initiated referendum to reform cancer care in New Zealand.
The Bougainville Referendum Commission will talk about the options facing Bougainvilleans as it tours the region informing people about the coming referendum.
The Papua New Guinea prime minister, James Marape, says there is no better person to be Minister for Bougainville Affairs than Sir Puka Temu.
The government in the autonomous Papua New Guinea region of Bougainville is to delay plans to change the Mining Act until after the independence referendum has been held.
The President of the autonomous region of Bougainville has been forced to take up to two months sick leave, just weeks after receiving medical care in the Philippines.
The Bougainville and Papua New Guinea governments have further defined the two referendum choices of greater autonomy or independence from PNG.
Boris Johnson, the presumed frontrunner in the contest to succeed Theresa May, has launched his campaign.
New Caledonia's largest anti-independence party has formally asked France to organise another independence referendum - seven months after just over 56 percent voted for the status quo.
A Bougainville parliamentary committee wants controversial legislation on mining to be delayed until after the autonomous Papua New Guinea region's independence referendum.
New Caledonia's newly formed Pacific Awakening Party says its strategy for Thursday's election of a new government is unusual after it surprised observers by joining a list led by the…
Brexit dominated campaign launches in the contest to succeed Theresa May as Britain's Conservative Party leader and prime minister.
Bougainville deputy police commissioner, Chief Inspector Francis Tokura, says there is nothing suspicious about the presence there of Australia Federal Police last week.
The High Court has thrown out an attempt to prosecute Boris Johnson over claims he lied during the 2016 referendum campaign by saying the UK gave the EU £350m ($NZ669m) a week.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa says sorting out Queenstown's roading issues would do more to alleviate pressure on the town than a bed tax would.
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Provisional results of a non-binding referendum show more than 80 percent of Wanaka and Queenstown voters back a bed tax, which would be used to help fund infrastructure. Audio
Papua New Guinea's new prime minister James Marape has overseen a shake-up of cabinet which he says will drive reform the country needs.
Queenstown Lakes District residents have voted in favour of a vistor levy in a non-binding referendum.
Papua New Guinea's government has released more funds promised to Bougainville for preparation for its upcoming independence referendum.
The Solomon Islands prime minister has suggested that the independence referendum in Bougainville should be deferred.
The French Senate has been told that the political situation in New Caledonia has become absurd after last week's election of a pro-independence Congress president, Roch Wamytan.
Vanuatu's Speaker of Parliament Esmon Saimon, has appealed the Supreme Court ruling against the government bill to legalise the creation of the position of parliamentary secretaries.