A meeting between Mahuta and her Solomon Islands counterpart was held in the Rainbow Room which celebrates NZ's LGBTTQIA+ rainbow communities.
Tonga has named a typically powerful squad, while PNG will boast a lethal NRL backline.
When and if an island nation fully submerges due to rising seas, what happens to the nationalities of its citizens?
The White House today unveiled a Pacific strategy designed to bolster US engagement with more than a dozen island nations.
The White House's plans to recognise NZ realm countries Niue and the Cook Islands as sovereign states will have implications for Aotearoa, says Professor Steven Ratuva.
Carter has just returned from Vanuatu, where he was helping UNICEF provide access to safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene to local schools.
1News’ Barbara Dreaver has her weekly news round-up for the Pacific.
The Australian-led multinational Operation, Render Safe, combines divers and specialists from New Zealand, the US, and Canada.
It's estimated the eruption raised the amount of water in the stratosphere — the second layer of the atmosphere — by around 5%.
Exercise Cartwheel provides a platform for Fijian, Australian, New Zealand, and British forces to work together, building readiness for military action and other crises.
Registrations for the Samoan Quota and the Pacific Access Category will reopen in October.
1News' Barbara Dreaver has her weekly news round-up for the Pacific.
Ratu Josefa Cakabau told 1News with pride that he was a kava bearer for the Queen.
Ben Tubuna, a member of the Royal Company of Archers, had a crucial role as Queen Elizabeth's coffin arrived in Edinburgh.
Others were injured and infrastructure damaged in the jolt that was felt across the Pacific country.
Despite many ups and downs, Queen Elizabeth is being remembered fondly in Fiji, writes Barbara Dreaver.
There are 11 Commonwealth member states across the region, and during her reign Queen Elizabeth visited many of them.
Barbara Dreaver has her Pacific news round-up for the region.
The three retired New Zealand judges appointed to the Kiribati Court of Appeal are the latest casualty in a deepening constitutional crisis.
"O Le Olaga" means "life" and celebrates the lives of Siu and Kiona, the now elderly parents of Black Grace Founder Neil Ieremia.