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The election was held a year early after King Tupou dissolved Parliament.

Akilisi Pohiva's Tongan pro-democracy movement wins controversial general election

The election was held a year early after King Tupou dissolved Parliament.

00:47
Fifita seemed confident about a Pacific Island all-star team joining the Four Nations competition.

Watch: So how about a Tongan team in the NRL? Andrew Fifita says 'it'd be massive'

Fifita also seemed confident about a Pacific Island all-star team joining the Four Nations competition.

00:52
Among the flight's passengers were Samoa's Prime Minister.

Video: First Samoa Airways flight from Apia touches down at Auckland Airport

Among the flight's passengers were Samoa's Prime Minister.

06:22
Amnesty International executive Director Grant Bayldon says while the rejection is disappointing, the focus needs to keep coming back on Australia to do the right thing.

Comply with law, Malcolm Turbull tells Manus Island refugees, as showdown looms

The men believe it's safer to remain in the compound rather than risk being attacked by locals.

03:57
Naviavia village is in the middle of 15,000 acres bought by the Kiribati government.

Fijian villagers have mixed feelings about Kiribati climate change refugees moving in

Kiribati's government has paid about $10 million for 15,000 acres of land in Fiji as a future refuge.

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1 NEWS pacific correspondent Barabra Dreaver reports from the area in Fiji.

Visit the land Kiribati has purchased in case climate change makes its islands uninhabitable

1 NEWS pacific correspondent Barabra Dreaver reports from the area in Fiji.

04:33
1 NEWS Pacific correspondent Barbara Dreaver visited the village of Vunidogoloa.

1 NEWS Pacific correspondent Barbara Dreaver visited the village of Vunidogoloa.

'It affects everything' – Climate change impacting the lives of Fijians forever

04:33
1 NEWS Pacific correspondent Barbara Dreaver visited the village of Vunidogoloa.

'It affects everything' – Climate change impacting the lives of Fijians forever

1 NEWS' Barbara Dreaver spoke to villagers displaced by climate change in Fiji.

00:32
The village of Vunidogoloa has been relocated 2km inland, forcing residents to leave ancestral lands and family graves.

Watch: 'This area used to be a house' – 1 NEWS' Barbara Dreaver highlights shocking effects of climate change on Fiji

The village of Vunidogoloa has been relocated 2km inland, forcing residents to leave ancestral lands.

Barbara Dreaver, front at right, with her family as a child in Kiribati.

Opinion: Fiji is stepping up where New Zealand has failed Kiribati on climate change

For 1 NEWS journalist Barbara Dreaver, climate change is not about statistics - it's about the faces of family.

01:58
With a few arrests made, police say overall they were pleased by the good crowds.

Arrests made during Rugby League fan celebration on the streets of South Auckland

Twenty-nine people were arrested in South Auckland and four were arrested in Hamilton following the Tonga's win over Samoa.

FILE - In this Oct. 4, 2016, file photo provided by the Samoa News, Dean Jay Fletcher, left, is escorted by a police officer after his initial appearance in the District Court of American Samoa in Pago Pago, American Samoa. A U.S. judge in Hawaii has ordered the release of U.S. citizen Fletcher, being held for extradition to Tonga, where he's accused of beating his wife to death, escaping police and sailing some 300 miles to American Samoa. (Ausage Fausia/SamoaNews via AP, File)

US refuses to extradite citizen accused of beating his wife to death in Tonga

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has denied Tonga's request to extradite Dean Jay Fletcher.

03:28
Heavyweights from the Pacific Islands community including Tua have stepped in to help.

Heavyweights from the Pacific Islands community including Tua have stepped in to help.

David Tua steps in to help quell growing violence between Tonga and Toa Samoa rugby league fans

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Heavyweights from the Pacific Islands community including Tua have stepped in to help.

David Tua steps in to help quell growing violence between Tonga and Toa Samoa rugby league fans

Heavyweights from the Pacific Islands community including Tua have stepped in to help.

00:33
Hundreds of refugees are refusing to leave, saying they risk being attacked by locals.

Stand-off continues at Australian-run immigration detention centre in Papua New Guinea

Hundreds of refugees are refusing to leave, saying they risk being attacked by locals.

Manus Island Regional Processing Facility, Papua New Guinea.

Manus Island detainees refuse to leave camp as closure looms

Hundreds of refugees fear for their safety outside, and armed locals are allegedly looting the centre.

Major 6.8 quake strikes near New Caledonia

The shallow undersea quake didn't trigger a tsunami.

02:50
Documents leaked to 1 NEWS show a rocky alliance over the years.

Exclusive: Calls for commission of enquiry into New Zealand's relationship with Tokelau

Documents leaked to 1 NEWS show a rocky alliance over the years.

00:24
The Prime Minister's office says the Bluesky Transmission Centre's a write-off.

The Prime Minister's office says the Bluesky Transmission Centre's a write-off.

Fire wipes out Cook Islands mobile phone service

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The Prime Minister's office says the Bluesky Transmission Centre's a write-off.

Fire wipes out Cook Islands mobile phone service

The fire has taken down the mobile core network - and it may be weeks before it's restored.

02:19
Fero will start operations next week in the Apia and is urging other businesses to do the same.

'Best kept secret in manufacturing' - Auckland wiring manufacturer shifting offshore operations from China to Samoa

Fero will start operations next week in Apia and is urging other businesses to do the same.

02:18
Labour MP Jenny Salesa was sworn in as the Minister for Building and Construction and Minister for Ethnic Communities.

Labour MP Jenny Salesa was sworn in as the Minister for Building and Construction and Minister for Ethnic Communities.

'I helped my mum clean schools' - NZ's first Tongan-born Cabinet minister Jenny Salesa reflects on family's sacrifice, homelessness

00:52
The team were given a warm welcome by their passionate fans this afternoon in Nuku'alofa.

The team were given a warm welcome by their passionate fans this afternoon in Nuku'alofa.

Watch: Tongan World Cup stars treated like kings at pre-tournament street parade

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The team were given a warm welcome by their passionate fans this afternoon in Nuku'alofa.

Watch: Tongan World Cup stars treated like kings at pre-tournament street parade

The team were given a warm welcome by their passionate fans this afternoon in Nuku'alofa.

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