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A joint military exercise in Solomon Islands has so far recovered more than 50 items of unexploded munitions. It involves personnel from New Zealand, Australia, Britain and Canada.
Operation Render Safe is a three-week-long exercise to remove explosive remnants from World War II that can be found scattered over land and sea in the Solomons.
Countries across the Pacific will receive coverage of the IPC Paralympics Rio 2016 games, as part of New Zealand’s Pacific broadcasting initiative, which delivers a wide range of television programmes from New Zealand to local free-to-air broadcasters in the Pacific.
A Pasifika choir's contract to work on the Disney film Moana could highlight the need for music as a secondary school subject.
The University of the South Pacific's choir, Pasifika Voices, secured a contract to sing on the soundtrack for the film Moana - a musical fantasy that follows a young navigator's journey across the South Pacific to find a fabled island.
It will be a new-look Solomon Islands squad that arrives in Vanuatu for the Oceania Under 20 men's football championship.
Defender Richard Raramo and forward Larry Zama are the only two players from last year's national under 17 squad to have made the step up to the next level, while none of the final squad featured for the senior team at the OFC Nations Cup.
Samoa weightlifter Ele Opeloge is set to win an Olympic silver medal after two competitors failed doping tests from the 2008 Beijing Games.
Opeloge initially finished in fourth place in the women's over 75kg division, one kilogram shy of the bronze medal winner.
But a re-analysis of samples from eight years ago have found the silver medallist, Olha Korobka from Ukraine, and bronze medallist, Mariya Grabovetskaya from Kazakhstan, tested positive for banned substances.
Oceania Champions League football holders Auckland City will begin the defence of their title against the Vanuatu national league champions, Papua New Guinea's Lae City Dwellers and the runners-up from the Solomon Islands.
The draw for the group stage was made yesterday at OFC Headquarters, with eight-time champions Auckland drawn in Group C in the expanded 16-team competition.