Tuvalu’s Prime Minister, Enele Sosene Sopoaga was nominated by Fiji and supported by Marshall Islands to chair the 73rd UNESCAP Commission Session for a year, at a meeting in Bangkok Continue Reading »
A fortnight of climate talks in Bonn ran smoothly enough, but political tensions await Pacific island presidency at November summit.
HENDERSON ISLAND, 16 MAY 2017 (THE GUARDIAN) — One of the world’s most remote places, an uninhabited coral atoll, is also one of its most polluted.
CANBERRA, 18 MAY 2017 (ABC) — The President of the Marshall Islands has questioned Australia’s standing in the Pacific over its inaction on climate change.
TOKYO, 17 MAY 2017 (LOOP PNG) — Japan is ready to assist Pacific Island countries, including Papua New Guinea, prepare for any missile attack by North Korea.
Emmanuel Macron became France’s youngest ever president on Sunday, promising at his inauguration to restore the country’s lost confidence and relaunch the flagging European Union.
The Tongan government said it has cancelled its obligations of hosting the 2019 Pacific Games, a cabinet spokesperson has confirmed to Kaniva News today.
More emergency supplies including bottled water and medical equipment are being shipped to the areas in Vanuatu worst affected by Cyclone Donna.
Papua New Guinea Transport and Infrastructure Minister Malakai Tabar has announced his resignation from Cabinet.
The Fijian government will pay sugarcane farmers deductibles worth an estimated $10million (US$5 million). In a major announcement today, Acting Prime Minister Aiyaz Sayed – Khaiyum has revealed this will Continue Reading »