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Six Pacific island countries have joined the United Nations Global Partnership for Education following the endorsement of their own plans for education.
Tuvalu has signed an historic agreement with the United States which provides access to a range of investment support.
Tuvalu has ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, bringing it closer to being in force.
An Auckland-based Tuvaluan nurse says her language and culture have been advantageous in working with vulnerable communities.
The theme of New Zealand's Tuvalu Language Week is a call to resilience according to the Minister for Pacific Peoples, Aupito William Sio.
A former Prime Minister of Tuvalu and climate change activist has fired shots at Australia and the United States over their inaction regarding climate change.
Tuvaluan dance choreographer Molia Alama Tulafono has been named 2020 Artist in Residence for Pacific Dance New Zealand.
Tuvaluan dance choreographer named this year's Artist in Residency by Pacific Dance New Zealand. Audio
Tuvalu has revised economic relief measures as the country moves from Covid-19 alert level three to level two.
The chair of the Pacific Islands Forum, Tuvalu Prime Minister Kausea Natano, is the latest to raise concerns at last week's developments at the University of the South Pacific.
Early childhood education in Tuvalu will get a $US14 million-dollar boost from the World Bank.
Tuvalu's prime minister is warning that some of the region's fragile economies are at risk of collapse, unless international support is provided. Audio
Tuvalu's prime minister has called for political differences to be put aside to eliminate Covid-19.
Tuvalu has endorsed financial relief measures to help people and businesses affected by the Covid-19 lockdown.
Tuvalu's foreign minister Simon Kofe says the repatriation of Tuvaluans back into the country is presenting a dilemma for his nation.
Tuvalu is making significant progress on improving its waste management, the International Institute for Sustainable Development says.
The head of Tuvalu's delegation to this week's UN Child Rights Committee session in Apia says climate change poses huges challenges in delivering services to young people in the country.
New Zealand's first Tuvaluan Christian congregation has a new church that has been years in the making. Audio
New Zealand's first Tuvaluan Christian congregation has a new church 28 years after its establishment in Aotearoa. Audio
Strong winds and swells as high as four metres are striking Tokelau and Tuvalu, while schools in Samoa and American Samoa have been ordered closed amid heavy rain.