Christine Clarke

Australia’s investment in gender equity

The newly appointed Australian Ambassador for women and girls, Christine Clarke, has marked her debut press conference with a strong message against gender-based violence.

Ocean view and rainbow

France, the oceans and seabed mining

Pacific leaders have joined a major oceans summit hosted by the French government in the port city of Brest, addressing climate change, illegal fishing, ocean acidification and plastics pollution.

The track to the Paris 2024 Olympics

The track to the Paris 2024 Olympics

Pacific athletes are on track for the next Olympic Games in Paris in 2024. They will be hoping it is an easier path than the one they took to the delayed Tokyo Games, although top officials have concerns about the readiness of the Pacific Island hosts of two key milestones, the Pacific Mini Games this year, and the Pacific Games in 2023.

Legality

Legality is born to sing

Solomon Islands singer ‘Legality’ says singing has been part of her forever. She first performed when 9 years old.

The Lazy Little Frog cover

The Lazy Little Frog

A new children’s book from Papua New Guinea unfolds through the eyes of a little green tree frog.

Pacific education

Whispers

Fisheries dramas The head of a major fisheries agency has survived a move to stop her from sitting a second term. The

Tonga’s recovery effort

“The volcanic ash has settled into every crevice our lives and we still sleep in fear of another eruption. Yet through the

Solomon Islands riot damage

Solomon Islands’ juggling act

By Georgina Kekea Solomon Islands was COVID-19 free until December 2021. Despite recording positive cases in isolation centres, the spread to the

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