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Queen Elizabeth II, the UK's longest-serving monarch, has died at Balmoral aged 96, after reigning for 70 years.
China helping PNG's fight against illegal drugs; Vanuatu chiefs want presidency; and increase in HIV in Fiji.
The World Sevens series will return to Hamilton next January with the Black Ferns and All Blacks Sevens set to defend their respective titles.
Top-level contact is reported to have resumed between the New Caledonian president Louis Mapou and the re-elected French president Emmanuel Macron.
Kiribati formalised up to 10 agreements with China "to further elevate cooperation" between the two countries following Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi's visit to the island last Friday.
A third member of the Prime Minister's delegation has tested positive for Covid-19, and is now isolating in Washington DC.
Fewer candidates are lining up to contest the Papua New Guinea elections than in past polls.
Stars are lining up to play for Tonga's 'Ikale Tahi.
China's foreign minister Wang Yi is in Kiribati and will be meeting with the country's President Taneti Maamau to discuss bilateral relations.
Vanuatu has become the first Pacific Small Island Developing State to declare it is facing a climate emergency.
Massive payout for pearl farmers, New Caledonian drug arrest, and new coach for Tonga.
A Pacific journalist believes the Kiribati government has been coerced by Beijing to accommodate China's foreign minister's visit on Friday.
All four Tongan MPs whose seats in parliament were voided after election petitions, have won stays pending appeals.
The government is being criticised for letting its relationships with Pacific islands drift, as China tries to boost its influence in the region.
Papua New Guinea's Peoples' National Congress is shaping up as the party to watch as the country's general election approaches.
Fiji's Ministry of Health is putting in place strategies to protect Fiji from Monkeypox.
The French Polynesian government plans to relaunch the Tahitian Village project later this month after years of setbacks and downgrades.
Samoa's opposition Human Rights Protection Party (HRPP) is without a leader in Parliament following the suspension of former Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi.
The Solomon Islands government has confirmed the much anticipated high-level visit by the Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi to the country is ahead of schedule this week.
The Cook Islands 2022 Budget, called 'Keeping the Faith', includes a boost to the pension and minimum wage.
Australia's newly sworn-in foreign minister, Penny Wong, says the new Labor Government 'will be a generous, respectful and reliable member of the Pacific family.'
The leader of Samoa's Human Rights Protection Party (HRPP), Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, and the party's secretary Lealailepule Rimoni Aiafi have been suspended indefinitely without pay from Parliament.
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