Vice chancellor of the University of the South Pacific, Professor Pal Ahluwalia has expressed grave concern about the university.
The expulsion of University of the South Pacific (USP) vice chancellor Professor Pal Ahluwalia and his wife from Fiji was a debacle watched across the region and frowned upon by many.
A leak of internal emails within the Nauru Police Force pertaining to the offshore refugee processing centre could have been deliberate.
The spotlight has been thrown on Cook Islands Prime Minister Mark Brown in the fiasco about the reinstatement of a cabinet minister.
In an unusual case, a woman has been sentenced to eight years in jail for raping another woman in a flat they shared in Nadi, Fiji.
The Fiji 7’s men’s team dished out a full serving of Pacific rugby in the finals of the Toulouse 7s to outclass a strong Ireland team.
The Pacific is likely to see the United States boost military spending in the region as a response to fears.
Samoan environmental champion Brianna Fruean has been announced as a recipient of the Global Citizen Prize.
Football fever will grip the Pacific in June as the Oceania’s flagship club football competition, the OFC Champions League starts.
Tuvalu’s foreign minister Simon Kofe has called for Pacific solidarity to deal with the China–Solomon debacle.
The Kanaks, indigenous people of New Caledonia, could be made to disappear.
THROUGH THE PACIFIC LENS
Beauden Barrett nailed a last-gasp drop-goal as the Auckland Blues edged ACT Brumbies in a top-of-the table Super Rugby clash.
The Fiji sevens team has had a major blow as double Olympic Games gold medalist Jerry Tuwai was ruled out of the squad.
The Fijian Drua have come out winners in the Super Rugby clash called ‘Battle of the Pacific’.
Moana Pasifika flyhalf Christian Leali’ifano has made Super Rugby history, crossing the 1,000 points mark in the competition.
Meeting a vaccination target early has reopened Fiji’s borders three weeks ahead of schedule.
Political expediency appears to have reversed a commercial decision just days after cancelling flights from Taiwan’s national carrier to Palau.
In a heartfelt country where tourism pays more than 40 per cent of its working population a decent wage, Fijians have had plenty of time to practice greeting tourists. ‘Bula’, the friendly hello that reverberates around the islands, never sounded so welcoming as it did on Wednesday. Fiji, a dream destination of many Australian travellers, … Continue reading Home
Several Pacific nations are preparing to open up foreign travel restrictions to neighbouring islands and New Zealand.