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A French Polynesian women's group linked to a nuclear test veterans organisation says it should be represented at next year's international women's conference in Papeete.
The French justice minister Nicole Belloubet has officially opened French Polynesia's land tribunal.
French Polynesia's presidency has hosted a conference on China's Silk Road project following talks with the visiting chairman of Hong Kong's Cyberport.
The publicly owned vanilla greenhouse on Hao atoll in French Polynesia has been vandalised.
French Polynesian government says new bids will be taken for the Tahitian Village tourism project after a previous arrangement with a New Zealand consortium fell over last month.
The French Polynesian government has received the head of the Chinese conglomerate Dazhong, Yang Guoping, who is exploring investment opportunities in Tahiti and nearby islands.
The French government has appointed new High Commissioners for both New Caledonia and French Polynesia.
An industrial dispute at French Polynesia's publicly-owned OPT telecommunications company has been settled.
The United Nations has been called out on its silence over the decolonisation process in French Polynesia.
French Polynesia's assembly has voted for a new law to take into account the duration of residency in the allocation of work.
An open-ended unlimited strike has been launched at French Polynesia's publicly-owned OPT telecommunications company over fears of massive job losses.
The president of French Polynesia Edouard Fritch has decided to appeal last month's conviction for abusing public funds for which he was fined $US50,000.
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The French president Emmanuel Macron has put into effect an amendment of French Polynesia's autonomy statute.
The French president Emmanuel Macron has deferred his trip to French Polynesia planned for this year until 2020.
The former mayor of Huahine in French Polynesia has been in the court of appeal challenging last year's conviction for abusing public funds.
Lawyers acting for French Polynesia's veteran politician Gaston Flosse and his son Reginald have asked for the charges against them to be dropped.
A bid by a New Zealand consortium to build French Polynesia's biggest tourism complex has failed.
French Polynesia's Miss France crown-holder plans to resume her studies with a long-term goal of one day becoming the territory's president.
An estimated 2,000 people have joined a march in French Polynesia to mark the 53rd anniversary of France's first atomic weapons test in the Pacific.