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Newsroom journalists go to Suva seeking answers, end up arrested and then hosted by the prime minister.
Two Australians purchased a lease on an acre of land on Fiji's beautiful Malolo Island, but faced a battle when a developer moved in next door.
Foreign Minister Winston Peters says Frank Bainimarama will say sorry to the trio held by police in Fiji.
The trio were jailed for 13 hours after trying to speak to a Chinese resort developer accused of desecrating an island.
REVIEW: A showcase for Pasifika culture, strong females and film-making talent, these vignettes also offer an apt message for our troubled times.
Photographer says he's $3000 out of pocket and a couple is without professional photos after wedding planners allegedly skip bill.
Donald Trump decided to reverse the sanctions - because "he doesn't think these sanctions will be necessary."
Technology played a troubling role in publicising the hate-filled ideology behind the mosque shootings.
OPINION: Terrorists linked to the far right are no less murderous than Islamist groups that get more headlines from politicians.
OPINION: Day-to-day life for Vanuatu's 260,000 inhabitants can be a challenge, but is made even more difficult when a disaster hits.
The Cook Islands is looking at changing its name to something that reflects its indigenous Polynesian identity.
Charls Ingaua is being investigated by Cook Islands Police for failing to provide wedding services. His dad is one of the country's highest ranking officers.
NGOs and NZ foreign affairs to review aid projects after allegations of sexual offending at a Kiwi-funded initiative in Vanuatu.