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27 October 2021
Fiji's target population mostly vaccinated; Tonga urges parents to get teenagers jabbed; Real action must come in Glasgow, says SPREP head; Manu Samoa star Va'ili pleads guilty
Armed conflict in West Papua has caused an exodus of displaced people into one of the most remote parts of neighbouring Papua New Guinea.
The former Samoan Prime Minister and Human Rights Protection Party (HRPP) leader has informally apologised to the courts after weeks of criticising and protesting against them.
A four-month-old infant has died from Covid-19 in Fiji, health authorities announced last night.
New Caledonia has detected three cases of Covid-19 in the community and ordered a two-week lockdown from midday Monday.
Fifty percent of Fijians surveyed in a study say the fear of side-effects is the reason they will not vaccinate against Covid-19, a study has shown.
New Caledonia's Congress has unanimously voted to make vaccinations against Covid-19 mandatory.
Customs officers in French Polynesia have made their biggest-ever single seizure of methamphetamine.
Samoa's Prime Minister, Fiame Naomi Mata'afa, has sacked the Attorney General, Savalenoa Mareva Betham Annandale, effective immediately.
The Fiji Law Society says people cannot be arrested and detained just because of their dissenting opinions.
Two children are among 11 people who have died from Covid-19 in Fiji as the Government also confirmed 205 new cases for the 24 hours to 8am on Friday.
The Solomon Islands prime minister is calling on anyone who is resisting getting vaccinated to get the jab.
The government-designed vaccination rollout has not mobilised our Pacific communities to respond safely and effectively, the Pacific Leadership Forum said.
Thirteen chiefs from Fiji's Lau Province are pleading with the government to stop the movement of commercial boats to the outer islands to protect their people from Covid-19.
Ten people are dying from Covid-19 daily in Fiji with the west now surpassing the central division where the outbreak is centred.
Forty-six more people have tested positive to Covid-19 on Fiji's remote island of Kadavu amid 485 new infections and 11 deaths.
This comes amid revelations that there are plans in Queensland to grow kava, which up to now has been banned, as a crop and as an import, in Australia.
The Fiji Government has announced it will not make grants to the University of the South Pacific (USP) as long as Pal Ahluwalia is the Vice-Chancellor.
A positive case of Covid-19 on a remote island in Fiji is being investigated by health authorities as 781 new cases and eight deaths are reported.
Samoa's former leader Tuila'epa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi has questioned the timing of the appointment of five judges from New Zealand as temporary Supreme Court judges.
The Solomon Islands government has dismissed reports of local militia planning a coup against the prime minister.
Fiji has reported 590 new cases of Covid-19 for the last 24 hours to 8am yesterday as police issued more than 300 public health infringement notices.
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