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The number of people testing positive for Covid-19 in French Polynesia has risen by four to 34.
Pacific Islanders who visited an exhibition about the Tahitian navigator Tupaia say they are inspired to share his story. Audio
First coronavirus case is recorded in French Polynesia. Audio
Coronavirus warnings in French Polynesia are causing confusion. Audio
Tahiti will be working closely with its French counterparts to ensure it is ready to host the surfing competition at the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Tahiti has been approved to host the surfing competition for the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Auckland City and AS Venus have made emphatic starts in Group D of the OFC Champions League football competition with identical 6-0 victories over Ba FC and Lupe o le Soaga in Tahiti on Sunday local…
Cook Islands football champions Tupapa Maraerenga have withdrawn from the OFC Champions League competition after three players were unable to confirm they had been immunised for measles.
There has been a call for French Polynesia to adopt the euro to counter China's growing presence in the region.
Vanuatu's Luganville Soccer Stadium has been cleared to host games in the OFC Champions League football competition following a period of heavy rain during the weekend.
French Polynesia's pro-independence leader Oscar Temaru says the smoke from Australia's bushfires is concrete evidence that fallout from nuclear tests affected islands such as Tahiti.
French Polynesia veteran politician Gaston Flosse has failed in his appeal to the electoral commission to be registered as a voter in Papeete.
Tuia 250 - which finishes today on the Mahia Peninsula - has had its moments of controversy over the last few months, but committee co-chair Hoturoa Barclay-Kerr is confident it will be remembered for… Audio
Tahiti is set to host the surfing competition at the 2024 Paris Olympics, after beating out rivals bids from Biarritz, Lacanau, Les Landes and La Torche on the French mainland
French Polynesia's ruling Tapura Huiraatira Party is poised to expel senior member Nicole Sanquer after she decided to sit in the assembly as an independent while remaining a party member.
Dr Caroline Vercoe is Senior lecturer in art history at The University of Auckland.
She specialises in contemporary Pacific art and performance art, with a particular interest in issues of race… Audio
Can art be viewed in isolation from the life of the artist who produced it? It's a question increasingly troubling galleries and cultural institutions. Audio
A challenge to a controversial new Tahiti mining law is to be taken to France's highest administrative court. Audio
A strike by some staff at the Intercontinental Hotel in Tahiti has been settled.
French Polynesia's opposition says it will challenge the new mining code in court shortly after the assembly approved the text with 39 to 15 votes.