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The University of the South Pacific will open its new campus in the Marshall Islands today. The $US2 million campus is situated in a renovated section of the Long…

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The government of Solomon Islands says the site offered to the University of the South Pacific for its fourth campus is now ready for development. Supervising minister for education…

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On April 29, 2017, the 100th day of Donald Trump’s presidency, over 200,000 people in Washington DC and over 300,000 across the US joined together at the People’s Climate…

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Category 4 storm bearing down on New Caledonia Tropical Cyclone Donna appears to have weakened slightly after briefly becoming the strongest out-of-season storm ever recorded in the Southern Hemisphere….

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The future of the Cook Islands and its people is in the ocean that surrounds us, prime minister Henry Puna believes. And, Puna says, the viability of the country’s…

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World Bank argues structured migration program would prevent forced migration in future generations Australia and New Zealand should allow open migration for citizens of Pacific nations threatened by climate…

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A voyage of over 12 thousand kilometres across the open ocean. A new vessel, Okeanos Marshall Islands, is heading to Tahiti to join Hōkūle’a who has been voyaging the…

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Asau, Savaii (April 29, 2017): Following the launch of a new partnership lead by Conservation International, Disney’s Moana, the Samoa Voyaging Society (SVS), and the Government of Samoa with…

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‘Such appointment has never been made by the tribe before, culturally women are prohibited to hold such customary position’ PORT VILA, Vanuatu – The society has been tirelessly advocating…

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Two years ago, Palau created one of the largest marine reserves on the planet and it’s paying off. It stands to reason that if you protect the ocean, ecosystems will thrive….

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