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Empowering Disaster Resilience Through Culture and Learning: Nikki Antonette De Vera’s Remarkable Journey
Pacific ICT Ministerial Dialogue in PNG
Pacific Postal Development Partnershop unlocking new opportunities for Pacific e-commerce
Australia unlocks new opportunities for Pacific postal services
Australia supports Pacific for plant health talks
ADF specialists support Pacific Partnership 2023
Pacific Rugby League Championships
Information evening for Tongan employment delegation
AFP trains Asia-Pacific police partners in crime scene investigations
Tim Flannery searches for climate leadership in new documentary
Boxer’s fighting season of firsts
Talisman Sabre wraps up
AFP helping to increase cyber safety awareness across the Pacific
University of Canterbury residency nurtures the fine art of sharing tapa
Pacific commitment adds depth
ACIAR capacity building initiative empowering Pacific Islanders
Biennale of Sydney announces 2024 exhibition: Ten Thousand Suns
Warm Sister City relationship grows with delegation visit
Bees have appeared on coins for millennia, hinting at an age-old link between sweetness and value
Official opening of Exercise Talisman Sabre
Late fightback not enough as Ikale Tahi topple Australia A in Nuku’alofa
Australia name side to face Tonga
Australia depart for Tonga to face Ikale Tahi
Empowering Pacific Island economies through digital transformation
Royal visit will mark Sister City anniversary
The true origins of the world’s smallest and weirdest whale
Put to the test for Talisman Sabre
Historic Duntroon graduating class
Futsalroos to host Solomon Islands in PacificAus Sports Futsal Series
Exercise combines international forces
Illegal tree felling plagues conservation forests
Army’s 7th Brigade training with partner nations in Townsville
Global average sea and air temperatures are spiking in 2023, before El Niño has fully arrived. We should be very concerned
Sailor shoots for stars
Tongan royalty unveils giant bark cloth in Blacktown City
New booking dates open in July for DOC Great Walks
Forgotten World Highway improvements continue with construction of new bridge
One of the world’s largest Tapa bark cloths, Ngatu Me’a’ofa, unveiled in full in Sydney for first time in 50 years. Cultural…
District Court Judges appointed 9 June
Bilas: Body Adornment of Papua New Guinea. A powerful new exhibition at the Australian Museum highlighting the cultural traditions of Papua New…
Fishy business caught out in the Pacific
Closer defence cooperation between New Zealand and Japan
Chaplain values a Tongan homecoming
Gagana Sāmoa: foundation for Sāmoan architecture
ADF deters illegal fishing in the Pacific through Operation Solania
ANZ helps take businesses in Tonga to world
DOC’s Great Walks booking system update
Govt expresses condolences on the passing of HRH Princess Siu’ilikutapu