Pacific Islands Forum chair urges Pacific Islanders to support fundraising efforts to help victims of Australian bushfires

Tuvalu, Jan. 7 -- Pacific Islands countries are deeply saddened by the on-going devastation of bush-fires in Australia, destroying livelihoods, ecosystems, homes and cost lives across the country. Is... Read More

David Kabua elected Marshall Islands President, unseating Dr Hilda Heine

Marshall Islands, Jan. 5 -- Marshall Islands President Dr Hilda Heine has lost her presidency to David Kabua, a former cabinet minister and eldest son of the the island nation's founding president, Am... Read More

Four licensed operators to test new Coral Sea Cable system in Solomon Islands

Solomon Islands, Jan. 2 -- The Solomon Submarine Cable has announced four licensed operators in the country that are now connected to the International Coral Sea Cable System for customer trials, whic... Read More

Tuvalu Government pardons and frees two Fijian men serving life imprisonment

Tuvalu, Dec. 23 -- Two Fijian sailors, imprisoned in Tuvalu since 2012 have been pardoned and allowed to return home today. Epeli Kamikamica and Samuela Dolesau were imprisoned for life for the murde... Read More

ACP Summit Endorses Revised Georgetown Agreement

Belgium, Dec. 19 -- The ACP Group of States has taken a decisive step towards being the "ACP We Want" with the endorsement of the revised Georgetown Agreement at the recently-concluded 9th Summit of A... Read More

Miriori warns PNG not to derail the independence mandate of the people of Bougainville

Papua New Guinea, Dec. 16 -- The former Bougainville rebel leader and international spokesman, Martin Miriori has warned Papua New Guinea not to meddle around and derail the clear referendum vote supp... Read More

Climate-resilient development: the future of financing in the Pacific

Fiji, Dec. 15 -- By Moortaza Jiwanji The Pacific region is facing considerable economic and social development challenges due to the increasing impact of climate change and geo-hazards. With limited ... Read More

Jerry Tuwai to play his 50th tournament for Fiji at the Cape Town 7s

Fiji, Dec. 12 -- It will be a memorable moment for Jerry Tuwai when he takes the field this week in Cape Town as he will be playing his 50th tournament for Fiji. Tuwai made his 7s debut in the 2014 G... Read More

Vocus completes $93m Coral Sea Cable System for Australian Government

Australia, Dec. 12 -- Vocus has confirmed it has completed laying the Coral Sea Cable System connecting Sydney, Honiara, Port Moresby and the Solomon Islands, making it ready for service. The 4,700km... Read More

U.S seeking further block on compensation for climate damage

Spain, Dec. 12 -- The U.S government is pushing to ensure it can never be held accountable for the damage caused by climate change in vulnerable countries. In 2015, countries agreed that references t... Read More