Samoan style Samoa’s former PM, Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi has been found guilty of contempt of court in relation to last year’s contentious
The COVID-19 has been dubbed the “great accelerator,” as it brought an enormous shift to digital around the world. Schools and learning went online, video conference participation rose dramatically, medical services were delivered over the phone and Internet, and businesses struggling to implement their digital strategy took the leap, simply because they had no other choice.
The establishment of the Greenhouse Coworking Space was an extension of how the team already worked.
Working from home during COVID lockdowns was a chance for Fijian communications consultant Mere Tuivuniwai and her family to build resilience, flexibility and positivity.
Next month (April) a new scheme for Pacific Islanders to work in Australia’s agricultural industry comes into force, after parliamentary inquiries heard evidence that Pacific Islanders have been exploited and treated as slave labour. But comments by a Samoan official cast doubt on how much support the workers receive from their own governments.
n the Pacific region, access to clean water and sanitation has gone backwards since 2015 according to the latest Sustainable Development Goals 2002 progress report.
Professor Katerina Teaiwa is a pioneer in the area of interdisciplinary Pacific studies.
is again under the spotlight as Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Australia, Wallis and Futuna and American-affiliated Pacific states and territories are all expected to hold elections this year.
The absence of any women in the Papua New Guinea parliament is a matter of deep national shame, says candidate, Tania Bale.
Pacific Islands Forum Secretary General Henry Puna talks Forum unity, the 2050 strategy and his future.
The opening of the Blackrock Camp in Nadi this month signified the culmination of “close to a A$100 million investment” by the Australian government designed to support Fiji’s peacekeeping and humanitarian assistance capacity.