Latest Tuvalu News

Treaties Committee to examine Australia-Tuvalu Falepili Union
Dawn raids never died: why formal apologies and restoring NZ citizenship are still not enough
Why a new ruling on the law of the sea and climate change matters for Australia and especially our island neighbours
New Zealand and Tuvalu reaffirm close relationship
NZ and Papua New Guinea to work more closely together
Future Gas Strategy Underpins Emissions, Not Renewables
Bipartisan Visit To Tuvalu
NZ to send political delegation to the Pacific
Key Milestone For Pacific Engagement Visa Program
Committee against Torture Opens Seventy-Ninth Session in Geneva and Re-Elects Claude Heller as its Chairperson
NZ and US to undertake further practical Pacific cooperation
Pacific police stepping up the fight against economic crime in the region
Ambassador to the Federated States of Micronesia
Silktails Matches To Be Broadcast On Free-To-Air
The United Nations Human Rights Council will hold its fifty-fifth regular session from 26 February to 5 April 2024
AFP helps Tonga Police keep communities safe online
COP28 closes with historic agreements, but significant shifts still needed
‘A down payment on real action’: COP28 finance package welcome, but Australia must step up for the Pacific
Helping the Pacific financially is a great start – but Australia must act on the root cause of the climate crisis
Conflict-ravaged countries pushed into “debt traps” by climate funding
COP28: with a ‘loss and damage’ fund in place, protecting climate refugees is more urgent than ever
Designing Cancer Control Programme for Polynesia
Trained eyes scan big blue
Richest 1% emit as much planet-heating pollution as two-thirds of humanity
AUSTRAC and financial intelligence units across the Pacific meet in Cook Islands to further fight against money laundering
Faith leaders head to Canberra – calling for no new coal or gas and urgent action on the climate crisis
‘Chequebook diplomacy in action’: Australia’s Pacific forum commitments fall short without fossil fuel phase out
Strengthening regional ties through the Pacific Islands Forum
Statement on Falepili Union between Tuvalu and Australia
Support to Pacific vital, now Australia must tackle the root of climate crisis
26 years ago, Howard chose fossil fuels over the Pacific. What will Albanese choose?
Pacific Maritime Safety Programme funding approved for another four years
Safeguarding Tuvalu language and identity
Against the tide: how islands are pioneering climate action globally
Tuvalu Pledge Can’t Greenwash Australia’s UN Climate Ambition Failure
Bandt drums up opposition to Labor’s coal and gas agenda abroad and at home
Marching into her own boots
Golden opportunities all in day’s work
Insight – Building resilient infrastructure in the Pacific Islands
Defence supports Pacific Partners to combat illegal fishing in the region
Hunting for fish pirates
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
AFP trains Asia-Pacific police partners in crime scene investigations
Greenpeace joins Pasifika leaders and activists for Kioa climate dialogue
AFP helping to increase cyber safety awareness across the Pacific