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A Tokelauan leader has drafted a referendum on whether the territory should be independent from New Zealand to be held by 2025.
Two former Tokelauan public servants will appeal a Tokelau High Court decision over their dismissals.
Tokelau has thanked the Samoa Government, saying its Covid-19 response forms a "shield of protection for Tokelau and its people".
Concern about the spread of Covid-19 has reached one of the most remote corners of the world, with Tokelau preparing isolation facilities and stockpiling essential food. Audio
Aukustino Vitale talks about Tokelau's response to the Covid-19 global coronavirus pandemic. Audio
Six Tokelau residents are stranded in Fiji after both New Zealand and Samoa shut their borders.
New Zealand's government has announced the provision of a new boat for children in Tokelau to travel to school.
New Zealand's administrator to Tokelau has urged local leaders to be prepared for a drop in fisheries revenues.
The World Health Organisation is helping Samoa and Tokelau prepare for Covid-19.
Tokelau's solar energy system is set to be upgraded on each of its three atolls, Atafu, Fakaofo and Nukunonu.
Strong winds and swells as high as four metres are striking Tokelau and Tuvalu, while schools in Samoa and American Samoa have been ordered closed amid heavy rain.
Tokelau has announced the results of its 2020 general election.
Residents of Tokelau are heading to the polls on Thursday to elect the territory's tenth government.
New Zealand's Auditor-General has been unable to find how Tokelau's government spent $10 million.
New Zealand's administrator to Tokelau played a key role in the illegal suspension of two public servants, the territory's High Court has ruled.
Tokelau's first airstrip will be built on the central atoll of Nukunonu.
Dozens of boats destined for Tokelau have been sitting in storage for more than three years in New Zealand due to shipping delays, frustrating families on the atolls who are dependent on the vessels.
Tokelau's government has agreed to build a single airstrip on one of the territory's three atolls.
In the late 1800s, Tokelau's population plummeted to 85 people, because of slavery. Audio
A community leader who has been recognised for his development work and promotion of Tokelauan says New Zealand's Pasifika language weeks are helping save his people's tongue. Audio