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A new documentary has been released as part of a series focusing on experimental seabed mining, an imminent venture in the Pacific.
The Pacific Network on Globalisation (PANG) describes the agreement as ‘unbalanced’ in favour of Australia and New Zealand.
The fact remains that many of the Pacific countries have no buffer or resources to tap into when disasters strike.
It is critical for the Pacific to recognise and value the opportunities and resilience provided by natural ecosystems, a major conference has been told.
The delisting of the Pacific nations from the world rankings is simply due to prolonged inactivity.
The Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre has called on people to show be brave enough to intervene to prevent the escalation of an attack on a woman by her partner.
Australia has committed AUD$35 million to assist Fiji in the rebuilding phase after Tropical Cyclone Winston.
The Prime Minister says New Zealand’s development assistance to Solomon Islands focusses on areas that ‘really’ matter to the country.
Incoming COP23 President, Voreqe Bainimarama, says he intends to reach out to US President Donald Trump to move the global agenda forward on Climate Change.
The Right to Information (RTI) Act became law Monday, less than three months after it was unanimously endorsed by the Vanuatu Parliament.