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First person - On the sixth anniversary of Australia's declaration that all asylum seekers who arrive by boat will never settle there, refugee Shaminda Kanapathi writes from detention on Manus Island.
The outgoing Nauru justice secretary, who is also the former president of the Fiji Law Society, Graham Leung has joined the International Seabed Authority.
Two former Nauru MPs claim deliberate delays by government officials led to the death of the former president Sprent Dabwido.
Nauru is to go the polls on August 24th.
Seven refugees were due to leave Nauru on Wednesday for resettlement in the United States.
An Australian federal court judge has ruled that a refugee on Nauru must be transferred to Australa for urgent medical treatment by next Friday.
The Government of Nauru has celebrated the crowning of Nauruan powerlifter Jezza Uepa as the World's Strongest Man following an incredible effort at the World Powerlifting Championship in Sweden. Video
Nauru's President, Baron Waqa, says the Pacific wants a dedicated UN special representative for climate change to be appointed.
The Nauru government has hailed 1 July as a landmark day, when the nation's first compulsory superannuation scheme came into full effect.
The Nauru government's determination to convict the Nauru 19 is a shameful episode in the country's short history, an Australian law professor says. Audio
The situation on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island is reaching breaking point under the strain of refugee suicide attempts and self harm, an advocate says.
A law professor says the Nauru government has behaved shamefully over the Nauru 19 case and the Pacific must speak out about it. Audio
The group called the Nauru 19 believes it has grounds to still push for a permanent stay on charges over an anti-government protest four years ago.
The Nauru Court of Appeal has accepted an appeal on a permanent stay granted to a group charged over anti-government protests four years ago.
The latest chapter in a legal saga stretching back four years happens in the Nauru Court of Appeal today.
World Refugee Day dawned in the Pacific with a plea from the United Nations for Australia to take better care of the refugees it detains offshore. Audio
First Person - This is our sixth World Refugee Day here on Manus and Nauru. For us refugees there is nothing to celebrate, writes Shaminda Kanapathi.
United Nations human rights experts have urged Australia to immediately provide appropriate health care to more than 800 refugees it holds in Papua New Guinea and Nauru.
The Nauru Government is limiting a defendant's access to overseas lawyers.
The Australian government has conceded it won't meet its target of resettling 1250 refugees held on Nauru and Manus Island.