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The deputy leader of France’s National Front Louis Aliot is expected in New Caledonia this weekend as part of the party’s presidential election campaign. Mr Aliot is reportedly due to prepare the visit of the party leader Marine Le Pen who is expected in Noumea early next year as part of her campaign to win […]
Two former stalwarts of Fiji’s main opposition party are in the throes of setting up a new party to fight the next election. Youth activist Peter Waqavonovono and a former opposition leader Mick Beddoes say they’re planning a new political entity which will be youth driven. Mick Beddoes. In a statement they said a draft […]
The American Samoa Power Authority is calling for public support to get US military funding to clean up fuel that has seeped into the ground and run off into the sea at Aua. Authority Chief Engineer Jason Jaskoviak is urging residents to reach out to politicians and military leaders to not let the US Navy […]
Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare became the first Melanesian leader to sign the MSG Melanesian Free Trade Agreement, pledging his government’s full support for ratification of the Trade Agreement, as formalities are set down. The MSG Free Trade Agreement is an expansion of the former agreements and includes trade in services, investment and labour mobility. Prime […]
A group demonstrating in front of an Indonesian naval ship in Auckland raised the Morning Star flag in support of West Papuans. Indonesia’s KRI Banda Aceh is one of numerous warships from other countries currently in New Zealand participating in the New Zealand Navy’s 75th birthday celebration. The demonstration against Indonesian military involvement in West […]