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A coalition of Pacific Island and European countries will push to ensure the UN’s International Maritime Organisation delivers an ambitious climate deal.
The re-trial of former Vanuatu MPs and one lawyer that are defendants of the controversial conspiracy case have been ordered to return to court on June 6.
The Peoples' Guide to PACER-Plus explains the murky history of the talks and the key impacts that the legal binding texts will have on people, culture, livelihoods and the environment.
Two jailed former MPs will be released on bail tomorrow after serving half their sentences on corruption convictions.
FAO has developed a system to translate climate warnings into anticipatory actions to reduce disaster impacts on agriculture sectors.
The inaugural World Ocean Festival will kick off the week-long United Nations conference in June.
The ADB says Pacific economies face gradually improving growth prospects in the next 12 months on the back of stronger economic fundamentals.
Global politics is not helping the focus on climate change issues in the Pacific.
PM Bainimarama says Fiji wants a comprehensive review of the current state of the world’s oceans to detail the scope of the damage they have sustained.
Around 400 Papuan students took to the street on Monday asking the government to close PT Freeport Indonesia, which has mineral mines in the country.