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Air Tahiti Nui has been granted a $US21 million loan from the French Polynesian government because of the impact of Covid-19.
Three more people have died in French Polynesia's Covid-19 pandemic as the number of active cases in the community has risen to 2391.
France says it is ready to give more help to French Polynesia to cope with the Covid-19 pandemic which has claimed 26 lives.
Six more people have died in French Polynesia's Covid-19 outbreak as about 300 infections a day are being recorded.
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A 42-year-old man is in detention in French Polynesia after fatally assaulting his partner.
Covid-19 cases among an Air Tahiti Nui crew have prompted one of its airliners to be flown from Los Angeles back to Papeete without any passengers.
Cultural and sporting events involving the public in French Polyensia have been called off because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
French Polynesia has recorded almost 700 new Covid-19 cases in the past two days, raising the total to 5859.
Customs officials in French Polynesia have seized shark fins and shark teeth during a search of a Spanish-flagged boat in Tahiti.
A new curfew will come into force in French Polynesia because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
French Polynesia Covid-19 pandemic has claimed its 19th life with more than 5000 cases now recorded.
Reports from French Polynesia say a woman in her forties is among the two latest fatalities of the Covid-19 pandemic, which has claimed 18 lives.
The court case brought by French Polynesia's pro-independence leader Oscar Temaru against the French prosecutor has been deferred until 4 November.
The health minister in French Polynesia has ordered the closure of a high school in Tahiti because of a Covid-19 outbreak.
French Polynesia's Covid-19 pandemic has claimed two more lives, bringing the death toll to 16.
French Polynesia's Covid-19 pandemic has claimed a 14th life as the number of patients in hospital has risen to 61.
French Polynesia's former president Gaston Flosse has tested positive for Covid-19, prompting a deferral of today's appeal court hearing.
More than 20 students at a boarding school in French Polynesia have tested positive for Covid-19.