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About 40 more refugees, who were detained in PNG and Nauru, have flown to the United States for resettlement.
The Nauru Government has provided more funding for the state owned airline as it confronts the effects of the Covid-19 lockdown.
A new report into seabed mining in the Pacific warns of irreversible damage to the marine environment.
Three refugees formerly detained on Nauru and Manus Island have been flown to the United States from detention in Australia.
Nauru police have engaged 33 reserves to help maintain security at Covid-19 quarantine facilities.
Nauru has issued a joint statement with nine other countries, committing to ensure the countries' supply chain remains connected despite the global Covid-19 pandemic.
The Australian government says the welfare of Pacific workers and students still in Australia is a priority for it.
The last of the members of the so called 'Nauru-19', former cabinet minister Mathew Batsiua, has been released from prison.
Refugees previously detained on Manus Island and Nauru should be released from Australian hotels into the community, doctors say. Video
The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted calls for the evacuation of refugees detained in Papua New Guinea and Nauru by Australia.
Nauru's Covid-19 preparations are set for a boost with Taiwan donating a testing machine.
A Kurdish refugee and musician detained in an Australian hotel is being prevented from recording his new song. Audio
A fisheries information management system, touted as a key element for Pacific islands to control the tuna fishery, has been purchased by the Parties to the Nauru Agreement.
Nauru's chief justice has "categorically and unreservedly denied" that there is any interference from government in the island's judiciary.
A group of political protesters on Nauru, convicted on offences that occurred in June 2015, have all been given custodial sentences. Audio
Australian taxpayers should be disturbed that they've helped fund a new prison in Nauru that will house a group of political protesters, says a lawyer.
A group of anti-government protesters, known as the 'Nauru 19', has been sentenced to jail terms of up to 11 months, in what has been described as a "chilling precedent".
A public plea has been made in Nauru for the president to pardon a group convicted of offences over an anti-government protest.
An Australian lawyer says the Nauru Government is lashing out because it has been called out for its bad behaviour. Audio
The Nauru Government is lashing out because it has been called out for its bad behaviour, an Australian lawyer says.