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Tuvalu's prime minister has called for political differences to be put aside to eliminate Covid-19.
Tuvalu has endorsed financial relief measures to help people and businesses affected by the Covid-19 lockdown.
Tuvalu's foreign minister Simon Kofe says the repatriation of Tuvaluans back into the country is presenting a dilemma for his nation.
Tuvalu is making significant progress on improving its waste management, the International Institute for Sustainable Development says.
The head of Tuvalu's delegation to this week's UN Child Rights Committee session in Apia says climate change poses huges challenges in delivering services to young people in the country.
New Zealand's first Tuvaluan Christian congregation has a new church that has been years in the making. Audio
New Zealand's first Tuvaluan Christian congregation has a new church 28 years after its establishment in Aotearoa. Audio
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.
Samoa's meteorological service says there are currently two weather systems of concern to Samoa.
The World Bank has granted Tuvalu $US6.2 million to help it recover from Cyclone Tino just two weeks after the January storm. Audio
Tuvalu's recovery from Cyclone Tino has been boosted with a $US6.2 million grant from the World Bank. Audio
Two weeks on from Cyclone Tino, Tuvalu is still reeling from the devastation wrought. Audio
The UN Child Rights Committee will review the Cook Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia and Tuvalu in its session in Samoa early next month.
A state of emergency remains in force for Tuvalu as the government continues to assess the damage caused by Cyclone Tino.
Matt Howell has been appointed New Zealand's High Commissioner to Tuvalu.
The Asian Development Bank will provide a $US3 million grant to Tuvalu to assist with its recovery from Cyclone Tino.
Tuvalu's government has given its approval for a state of emergency to be declared in the country with rough seas still hampering disaster authorities efforts to assess damage caused by Cyclone Tino.
Hundreds of people have been evacuated from their homes in Tuvalu, with strong winds and giant waves churned up by Cyclone Tino causing extensive damage across the country.
The Pacific Islands Forum has expressed utter disappointment at this month's global climate negotiations in Spain.
A Tuvalu man has undergone robotic surgery to remove what Indian surgeons claim is the largest thyroid tumour in the thoracic cavity ever recorded.