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Honiara still recovering from 2014 floods

Updated 6 March 2015, 14:54 AEDT

It's been almost a year since flash floods devastated Solomon Islands' capital city Honiara, but work is still going on to repair vital infrastructure like roads and bridges.

Nauru government says 183 refugees arrested after protests

Updated 5 March 2015, 17:58 AEDT

The Nauru government says police arrested 183 refugees yesterday after they staged two protests in the last week.

New Zealand accused of spying on Pacific neighbours

Updated 5 March 2015, 11:08 AEDT

New Zealand is spying on some of its closest Pacific neighbours and passing the information on to the United StatesThat's according to reports in the New Zealand Herald based on documents released by the fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Police arrest scores of refugees in Nauru

Updated 4 March 2015, 17:59 AEDT

Police on Nauru have arrested scores of refugees, possibly up to a hundred, in the wake of recent protests.

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