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The latest news from Melanesia. Audio
The controversy over a high profile suspension at the University of the South Pacific has continued with two staff from the USP being questioned by Fiji police.
A former vice-chancellor at Papua New Guinea's University of Technology says politics has no place in university governance. Audio
The chair of the Pacific Islands Forum, Tuvalu Prime Minister Kausea Natano, is the latest to raise concerns at last week's developments at the University of the South Pacific.
Fiji's National Federation Party says it does not pay anyone to make comments on social media platforms except on official NFP sites.
The University of the South Pacific says a special meeting of the full USP Council will be held over the suspension of Vice Chancellor Pal Ahluwalia.
The suspended pro Vice Chancellor of the University of the South Pacific believes he's a victim of a witch-hunt by the leadership group at the regional institution. Audio
Five nurses from Fiji have been reportedly detained in Nauru for violating Covid-19 quarantine regulations on the island.
Fiji sevens coach Gareth Baber says the ongoing uncertainly over the coronavirus pandemic makes it difficult for the Olympic and World Series champions to plan too far ahead.
Staff and students at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji are protesting the suspension of their Vice-Chancellor and President by the USP Council.
The headquarters of Fiji's National Federation Party was raided by the police on Tuesday evening.
Fiji's government has extended the closure of schools in the country to 30 June - more than two weeks after they were scheduled to reopen.
An MP from Fiji's suspended Sodelpa party says he's concerned about a petition being circulated among members calling for a vote of no-confidence in the party's vice president.
The European Union has allocated a budget support of more than $US20 million to help the Fiji Government tackle the Covid-19 and climate change crises.