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Australia says the Falepili Union is "to achieve shared interests" in response to comments from former Tuvalu prime minister's comments that he will flush the treaty if he gets into office.
Opposition leader of Tuvalu wants to scrap the Tuvalu/Australia treaty if he is a successful candidate in the upcoming election. Audio
Enele Sopoaga says he will scrap the Australia-Tuvalu Falepili Union treaty if elected to lead government in the upcoming election. Audio
Opinion - The Australia-Tuvalu 'falepili' strategy is bullish and most alarming, writes former Tuvalu prime minister Enele Sopoaga.
Analysis - If Tuvalu's government changes after the upcoming elections, a new government may simply dissolve the Australia-Tuvalu Falepili Union, writes Jess Marinaccio
A Pacific secutiy expert says the treaty follows the security pact signed between Solomon Islands-China last year. But for Tuvalu, it's about "doing everything...to "maintain our identity". Audio
Tuvalu's Prime Minister is throwing everything he can at securing treaties with his pacific neighbours before his country is submerged under water.
Tuvaluan communities in NZ honour and celebrate their language. Audio
Tuvalu concerned over success in Japan's plan. Audio
The latest news in brief from around the Pacific.
The first-ever Tuvalu government-owned aircraft landed at the Funafuti International Airport today.
From the 1860s until 1901, trading ships took Pacific islanders to work on plantations - many kidnapped or tricked, now some of those families are being reunited.
More than 400 workers from the Pacific evacuated to a Napier church should be able to return to more permanent accommodation in the next few days.
A huge thank you from Tuvalu Red Cross to its volunteers on the coalface of the covid-19 outbreak ahead of Christmas... Audio
The Asian Development Bank has provided a $US4 million emergency grant to the Government of Tuvalu to help drought relief efforts.
Tuvalu has welcomed New Zealand's support and contribution towards "loss and damage" climate financing at COP27. Audio
Tuvalu has declared a State of Public Emergency due to the prolonged drought throughout the islands.
Hospitals and health clinics in Tuvalu are operating under Covid-19 emergency protocols amid a worsening community outbreak of the virus. The Tuvalu Department of Health has recorded 140 cases of… Audio
The World Health Organisation says 140 cases of Covid-19 have been reported in Tuvalu.
Tuvalu's finance minister, Seve Paeniu has confirmed community transmission of Covid-19 in Tuvalu.