1 NEWS' Pacific correspondent, Barbara Dreaver wraps up the week's news from around the Pacific.
Pacific Cooperation Broadcasting Limited (PCBL) aims to bring the best of New Zealand content to you via its contribution feed service Pasifika TV. We will keep you updated with the latest news and current affairs happening locally and from the Pacific.
New Zealand's climate and ocean science agency (NIWA) has started deploying a new tsunami warning system around the Pacific.
A sign directs people to the tsunami escape route on Samoa's Lalomanu Beach. Photo: RNZ / Sharon Lundy
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters revealed while in Apia, Samoa, on Friday that NIWA's ship Tangaroa is on a mission to position the first four of 15 hi-tech buoys.
The Oceania Sevens Championship kicks off in Suva today, which doubles as a chance for teams to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
One direct qualification spot is up for grabs in both the men's and women's competitions while the respective second and third-placed teams will advance to a last-chance global repechage competition in June.
It’s time to get the voices of our Pasifika women heard, affirmed, valued and empowered Pacific Media Network is proud to announce the first ever Pacific Divas National Identity Tour, showcasing the very best of Pacific female artists across Aotearoa. Seven amazing Pasifika artists: Aaradhna, Annie Crummer, Betty-Anne, Bella Kalolo, RAZÉ, Pacific Soul and Cindy of Samoa will take the stage at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau at 6.30pm on Thursday 28 November.
Pacific leaders are paying tribute to the late Tongan prime minister, 'Akilisi Pōhiva, who died on Thursday.
The 78-year-old died in an Auckland hospital having been evacuated from Tonga on Wednesday with pneumonia.
On 3 September, Pacific Cooperation Broadcasting Limited (PCBL) announced its expansion to the Pasifika TV service.
The service would move from an 8 hour per day contribution feed to a 24/7 channel feed, provide more training and equipment to local Pacific free-to-air broadcasters, as well as, resources to support local production in the region.
PCBL currently delivers its Pasifika TV service to 24 broadcasters across 13 Pacific countries and territories.
The Cook Islands traditional voyaging canoe, Marumaru Atua, has made a grand return to her resting place off Rarotonga.
In September 2017, the vaka was damaged by fire.
Extensive fundraising efforts led to the vessel being shipped to Auckland where she spent almost half a year being repaired.
One of its senior crew members, Sam Timoko, said it had been an honour to sail her home to Avana Point, and a very moving moment for all on board.