Second New Zealander serving as Tonga’s police commissioner kicked out.
Seals are increasingly forcing penguins into sex and occasionally killing them once they get their sexual release.
Summer will see China install a fifth station in Antarctica under the Antarctic Treaty.
Obama said he sees momentum building for a Washington-backed free trade agreement in the Asia-Pacific.
India and China are launching a battle of the summits in Fiji next week, with a focus on climate change.
Bidding war involving pigs, Christmas cards and money in envelopes underway over the hand of a Tongan princess.
Lava flowing from the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii can be seen in new video, as it threatens to engulf a village.
A super-fishing boat that changes flags and names as it plunders the South Pacific is to be declared a pirate ship by a Wellington based agency.
Fiji has scored a political coup with leaders of world’s two largest countries making state visits in November.
FBI agents are on their way to Niue after a missing 9-year-old American boy was found there.
Samoa’s police are defending themselves after locking up a three-year-old boy.
New Zealand aid money to Nauru has been caught up in a financial spat after an Australian court froze the island nation's accounts.
The sonar search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight is about to resume, south of the previous search zone.
Fiji's former military ruler has been sworn in as prime minister after winning 60 per cent of the election vote.
New Zealand soldiers on a secret jungle training mission in Papua New Guinea have played a key role in rescuing survivors from a fatal plane crash on Saturday.
Fiji’s first democratically elected prime minister in eight years formally claimed victory today.
The president of Kiribati says visiting the melting Arctic has helped him appreciate the threat his islands face.
Coup leader Frank Bainimarama is on verge of sweeping a historic vote to become Fiji's first elected leader in eight years, as international observers give the ballot stamp of approval
Voreqe Bainimarama's Fiji First party on way to victory in landmark democratic election.
Family members of a mentally ill Auckland man who died in jail in Samoa are suing the government there for NZ$15.5m.
Voreqe Bainimarama says destructive forces re-emerging in Fiji as video of captured Fiji soldiers released.
Fiji military officials have suddenly backtracked after saying captured soldiers were about to be freed from captivity in rebel-held Syria.
The 49 people living on remote island are all in favour of creating world’s largest fully protected marine reserve.
Two males and three females, all believed to be Australian, have been airlifted to Suva after the accident.
Indonesian authorities are seeking the maximum five-year jail sentence for a pair of French journalists arrested last month for working on tourist visas.
Fiji police are investigating former coup leader Sitiveni Rabuka's warning of retaliation against Muslims.
For the first time in eight and a half years, Fijians are voting in a democracy-restoring general election.
Hundreds show up to light candles and pray for 45 Fijian UN peacekeepers who have been seised by Islamists in Syria.
An al-Qaeda linked Syrian rebel group has this morning tweeted a picture of at least 38 of the 44 Fiji soldiers they are holding prisoner
A volcano which has erupted in Papua New Guinea has been spewing fragments from its crater and rumbling loudly, but its activity appeared to be subsiding.