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An inquiry into the Norfolk Island Regional Council is underway this week
Tourism in Norfolk Island has picked up dramatically in the past few weeks as Australians revel in the opportunity to take what is effectively an overseas holiday.
Key organisations in Norfolk Island have written to Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, pleading with him to restore good governance and representative democracy.
There has been a seeming multiplicity of shark sightings and encounters around the coastline this summer. However, scientist Riley Elliott says with we cannot blame sharks for us encountering them… Audio
The Australian federal government has suspended the Norfolk Island Regional Council for three months.
The Norfolk Island Regional Council is facing multi-million dollar debts and could be wound up.
Before Covid-19 hit Norfolk Island was planning a gala event to mark the 75th anniversary of the end of the war in the Pacific. Audio
A tent protest village on Norfolk Island is continuing into its fifth year.
The Australian government needs to buy the Aurora Australis to deliver essential food and supplies to Norfolk Island, says the Australian Maritime Union.
The Norfolk Island administrator is stressing the island will not run out of food as it struggles with shipping issues. Audio
Norfolk Island will not be running out of food despite current shortages, says the island's administrator.
The owner of Norfolk Island's main supermarket has spent the past weekend in Auckland loading a Boeing 737 with goods needed for his shop's depleted shelves.
The Norfolk Council of Elders remains confident its appeal to the United Nations against Australia's take over of the island will succeed.
Riley Elliott is a shark researcher who is determined to protect the tiger sharks off Norfolk Island, who feast on cow carcasses dumped by farmers on the old penal colony. The sharks and their… Audio
The administrator on Norfolk Island has dismissed a claim by the Chamber of Commerce that the island is at risk of becoming a failed state. Audio
The Norfolk Island Chamber of Commerce is calling for an urgent change in direction by Canberra or the island risks becoming a "failed state".
The Norfolk Island Chamber of Commerce is calling for an urgent change in direction by Canberra or the island risks becoming a failed state. Audio
Air links from New Zealand to Norfolk Island have been launched today.
The new Australian Labor Party MP for the Canberra seat of Bean, says all constituents should have the capacity to influence decisions that affect them. Audio
Norfolk Islanders are using mannequins, placed around the island, to make the point about their struggle to be heard.