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The latest news from Melanesia. Audio
A tourism expert says although details are sketchy around a proposed Fiji government tourist bubble, it could work.
Fiji National Rugby League is finalising plans to stage a women's domestic competition for the first time in three years.
With Covid-19 eliminated, Fiji is planning a limited reopening of its borders to Australia and New Zealand, but with strict conditions. Restrictions for locals have been furthered eased. Audio
Life is returning to normal at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji this week after weeks of protests by students, staff and regional governments. Audio
Live sporting activities are now free to resume in Fiji with some restrictions.
Fiji's government has announced a scheme it hopes will lead to tourists from New Zealand and Australia visiting the country.
A week of protests and controversy at the University of the South Pacific has come to an end with the USP Council voting to reinstate their Vice Chancellor.
Fiji's suspended Opposition Social Democratic Liberal party has been told it has failed to comply with the Constitution again.
Journalists have been barred from entering the University of the South Pacific in Fiji today as the full council meets to resolve the impasse at the regional institution.
The suspension of a leading figure at the University of the South Pacific leads to protests and arrests. There's a new Premier in Niue, and the Cooks Prime Minister Henry Puna is standing down. Audio
World Rugby has launched a governance review process following the high profile furore over a Fijian candidate for a top role.
Five Fiji police officers have been charged for their alleged involvement in the assault of a villager who was hospitalised after being thrown off a bridge in April.
A call by Nauru's President and incoming chancellor of the University of the South Pacific for the USP's full council to sit today was dismissed.
Police officers in Fiji have been urged to operate within the laws of the country and maintain professionalism in their line of work.
Nine MPs in Fiji have been implicated in alleged corrupt practices relating to travel and accommodation allowances.