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The Australian Government is being called to explain why it is spending $AU3.5 million of taxpayers' money annually for each refugee it is detaining on Nauru.
Half of the refugees incarcerated in a Melbourne hotel now have Covid-19 and an advocate says Australian officials are to blame.
The Refugee Action Coalition has called Australia's apparent attempt to walk away from its responsibilities for the refugees it dumped in Papua New Guinea an outrage.
Australia and Nauru have re-committed to maintain the detention of asylum seekers and refugees on the island.
Leaders of several Pacific Islands nations have told the UN General Assembly that Taiwan should be able to participate fully in the UN and World Health system.
The leaders of the five independent Micronesian states are planning to set up a formal secretariat on Nauru.
The New Zealand Government says it remains concerned by the ongoing management and governance challenges at the University of the South Pacific.
NZ parliament urged to reflect deeply on racism; re-appointed University of the South Pacific head to focus on stability and good governance; Cook Islands to declare dengue outbreak over, and more.
The Catholic Church in Papua New Guinea, along with the United Nations, is urging the Australian government to allow asylum seekers into the country to settle.
Nauruans stranded in Fiji due to the Covid-19 border restrictions could find themselves heading home soon.
Hundreds of scientists, and coalitions of churches, environmentalists and NGOs are calling for a ban on deep sea mining, following a political move that may open the gates for it to begin in the…
The Nauru government is being urged to pump the brakes on its reported push to mine the ocean floor within its own exclusive economic zone by 2024. Audio
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Nauru's government is being urged to halt its reported push to allow deep sea mining in international waters by 2024.
Australia is encouraging refugees in detention in Australia to return to Nauru or remain in detention. Audio
Nauru has denied Fiji's assertion that the decision to reappoint the vice-chancellor of the University of the South Pacific and base him in Samoa is illegal.
Nauru's Covid-19 vaccination campaign has exceeded the government's expectations.
Nauru's economy is booming again on the back of the refugee detention centre. Audio
Australia has freed more former Nauru and Manus refugees and asylum seekers but they have a tough road ahead, and; The pandemic a year on, entrepreneurship flourishing in Fiji. Audio
Australia has freed dozens of refugees after holding them in detention for up to eight years on Nauru or Papua New Guinea's Manus Island but advocates warn there is no adequate support for them. Audio
Australia has freed dozens of refugees after detaining them for up to eight years on Nauru and Papua New Guinea.