Oceania countries



Oceania countries - Geography of Oceania
Demographics of Oceania: Demographics of Oceania - List of Oceanian countries by population
Economy of Oceania: Economy of Oceania
Politics of Oceania: Politics of Oceania - Politics of Oceania by country - Oceanian politics by territory or dependency
Elections in Oceania: Elections in Oceania by year
Since 1945 Decolonization of Oceania: Decolonization of Oceania after World War II when nations in Oceania achieved independence, many by either transitioning from British rule to Dominion status then to full independence or directly by decolonisation - List of sovereign states and dependent territories in Oceania
Since 1971 Pacific Islands Forum: Since 1971 Pacific Islands Forum aiming to enhance cooperation between the independent countries of the Pacific Ocean since 1971 - Pacific Islands Forum 18 member states, including Australia and New Zealand, associate members and dialogue partners, including the EU, USA, UK and Indonesia - 'Pacific Islands Forum' website
July 2014: 30 July 2014: A summit of Pacific leaders opened in Palau with a call for developed nations to take action on climate change and stop overfishing the world's largest ocean
September 2018: September 2018 49th Pacific Islands Forum highlighting partnerships for a stronger Pacific - 5 September 2018: A Chinese envoy to the Pacific Islands Forum was 'insolent' and a 'bully' for speaking out of turn during a leaders’ meeting, the president of host nation Nauru has said following a fiery exchange that exposed underlying tensions over China’s influence in the region, and threatened to derail the annual leaders’ summit
12 August 2019 West Papua independence: 12 August 2019: Indonesia anger as West Papua independence raised at Pacific forum
12 August 2019 climate change and Australia: 12 August 2019: Australia will fund a $500m climate change package for the Pacific, PM to announce, as Pacific leaders say they need more than money from Australia as they demand concrete actions to reduce emissions
15 August 2019 Australia stands alone: 15 August 2019: Australia stands in opposition to other Pacific Islands nations after distancing itself from language calling for urgent action on climate change at the regional meeting of 18 nations in Tuvalu
Environment of Oceania: Environment of Oceania - Natural history of Oceania
Geology of Oceania: Geology of Oceania - Pacific Plate - Australian Plate - Philippine Sea Plate - Caroline Plate - Convergent boundary - Volcanism of Oceania
Climate of Oceania: Climate of Oceania
Ecoregions of Oceania: Ecoregions of Oceania - Oceanian realm
Natural disasters in Oceania: Natural disasters in Oceania
Earthquakes in Oceania: Earthquakes in Oceania
2013: February 2013 Solomon Islands earthquake and tsunami
Tropical cyclones in Oceania: Tropical cyclones in Oceania - Cyclone Heta 2003/2004 - Cyclone Evan 2012 - Cyclone Evan December 2012 - Cyclone Ian January 2014 - Cyclone Pam March 2015 - February 2018 Tropical Cyclone Gita
Weather events in Oceania: Weather events in Oceania
Disasters in Oceania: Disasters in Oceania - Man-made disasters in Oceania - Wars involving the states and peoples of Oceania
Former populated places and nuclear tests in Oceania: Former populated places in Oceania - USA nuclear tests after World War II in the Marshall Islands


Fiji - Geography of Fiji - History of Fiji - Demographics of Fiji
Economy of Fiji: Economy of Fiji - Companies of Fiji
Mines in Fiji: Mines in Fiji
Fiji sugar industry: Fiji sugar industry
Agriculture in Fiji: Agriculture in Fiji, accounts for 18% of gross domestic product although it employed some 70% of the workforce as of 2001 - sugar cane processing makes up one-third of industrial activity, sugar exports, coconuts, ginger, and copra are significant
Aquaculture in Fiji: Aquaculture in Fiji
Tourism in Fiji: Tourism in Fiji - Visitor attractions in Fiji
Politics of Fiji: Politics of Fiji - Trade unions in Fiji
2014: Fijian general election 17 September 2014 - 18 September 2014: Military ruler’s Fiji First party ahead as country moves back towards democracy after eight years under Bainimarama's junta
October 2018: 16 October 2018: 234 candidates, including 56 women, representing six political parties have been approved to contest the country's elections next month
November 2018 Fijian general election: 14 November 2018 Fijian general election - 18 November 2018: Fiji’s PM Bainimarama has held on to power in a general election, with his FijiFirst party winning a narrow majority of 50.02% of votes
Society, demographics and culture of Fiji: Fijian society - Demographics of Fiji - Ethnic groups in Fiji
Culture and languages of Fiji: Culture of Fiji - Languages of Fiji
Education in Fiji: Education in Fiji
Foreign relations of Fiji: Foreign relations of Fiji
Fiji/Australia relations: Fiji/Australia relations
August 2019 Fiji PM warns Australia to reduce its coal emissions: 12 August 2019: Speaking in Tuvalu at a climate change conference ahead of the Pacific Islands Forum this week, Fiji PM has warned Australia to reduce its coal emissions and do more to combat climate change as regional leaders prepare to gather in Tuvalu
Fiji/India relations: Fiji/India relations - Indians in Fiji - Between 1879 and 1916, a total of 42 ships of Nourse Line and British-India Steam Navigation Company, made 87 voyages carrying Indian indentured labourers to Fiji especially on sugarcane plantations
Fiji/Solomon Islands relations: Fiji/Solomon Islands relations - Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands since 2003
Fiji/United Kingdom relations: Fiji/United Kingdom relations - British colonisation of Oceania
1874-1970 British Colony of Fiji: British Colony of Fiji 1874-1970 - Colonial Sugar Refining Company in Fiji 1880-1973 - Sugar mills in Fiji - 'Blackbirding' era began in Fiji in 1865 when the first New Hebridean and Solomon Island labourers were transported there to work on cotton plantations
Fiji/USA relations: Fiji/USA relations
Natural disasters in Fiji: Natural disasters in Fiji - Earthquakes in Fiji - List of earthquakes in Fiji
Tropical cyclones and floods in Fiji: Tropical cyclones in Fiji
2012: January 2012 Fiji floods - December 2012 Cyclone Evan - 18 December 2012: Trail of destruction after Cyclone Evan hits Fiji, battering the island for more than 12 hours
2014: January 2014 Cyclone Ian
2015/2016: December 2015/January 2016 Cyclone Ula
2016: February 2016 Cyclone Winston - 21 February 2016: Five people killed and more people injured, power and communications cut, remote villages feared to be heavily damaged after Cyclone Winston battered the South Pacific nation with wind gusts as strong as 325km/h and waves up to 12m high - 24 February 2016: The Fijian government and international aid agencies deliver much needed aid as the death toll from devastating cyclone Winston rises to 42 people - April 2016 Cyclone Amos


Kiribati - Geography of Kiribati - History of Kiribati - Demographics of Kiribati
Economy of Kiribati: Economy of Kiribati - main industries include fishing, handicrafts
Aquaculture in Kiribati: Aquaculture in Kiribati
Tourism in Kiribati
Politics of Kiribati: Politics of Kiribati
House of Assembly: House of Assembly of Kiribati has 46 members, 44 elected for a four-year term in single-seat and multi-seat constituencies, 1 delegate from Banaba Island
2015/2016: 30 December 2015 and 7 January 2016 Kiribati parliamentary election
Kiribati society: Kiribati society - Demographics of Kiribati - Human rights in Kiribati
Culture of Kiribati: Culture of Kiribati - Gilbertese language - The Maneaba or meeting house is the heart of any Kiribati community
Education in Kiribati: Education in Kiribati
Foreign relations of Kiribati: Foreign relations of Kiribati
Kiribati/Australia relations: Kiribati/Australia relations
Since 1982 Australian High Commissioners to Kiribati: Since 1982 List of Australian High Commissioners to Kiribati - Kiribati dollar - Australian dollar, the currency of the Commonwealth of Australia, including its external territories Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, and Norfolk Island, as well as the independent Pacific Island states of Kiribati, Nauru, Tonga, Tuvalu, and Vanuatu
Since 2008 'Operation Kiribati Assist': Since 2008 'Operation Kiribati Assist', an Australian Defence Force's contribution to a request from the Government of Kiribati to assist in the disposal of World War II unexploded ordnance from locations throughout Kiribati
October 2018: 10 October 2018: The inaction and recalcitrance of Australia’s federal politicians is making Kiribati despair, as new report by the IPCC paints a picture of what the world will look like if it gets 1.5°C, and 2°C, hotter than pre-industrial levels
Kiribati/France relations: Kiribati/France relations
Kiribati/United Kingdom relations: Kiribati/United Kingdom relations - A British protectorate was first proclaimed over the Gilberts on 27 May 1892, the islands were made a British colony in 1916 as part of the British Western Pacific Territories and became an independent nation on 12 July 1979 under the name of Kiribati - British Western Pacific Territories since 1877
Environment of Kiribati: Environment of Kiribati - Water in Kiribati - Kiribati Adaptation Program since 2003
2017: 13 May 2017: Kiribati and other low-lying countries are under threat from climate change, and while their people would rather stay behind, they may be left with no choice - 23 October 2017: The 33 islands of Kiribati are under threat from climate change, but the islanders have not given up hope
Natural disasters: Natural disasters in Oceania
Tropical cyclones in Kiribati: Tropical cyclones in Kiribati - March 2015 Cyclone Pam


Mariana Islands
List of islands of the Marianas - The Chamorro people are the indigenous peoples of the Mariana Islands, which are politically divided between the USA territory of Guam and the USA Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
- Languages of the Mariana Islands - Flora of Marianas

Northern Mariana Islands - Geography of the Northern Mariana Islands - Saipan island of the Northern Marianas - History of the Mariana Islands - Demographics of the Northern Mariana Islands
Economy of the Northern Mariana Islands: Economy of the Northern Mariana Islands - main industries include tourism, construction, garments, handicrafts
Saipan island: Saipan, the largest island of the Northern Mariana Islands, a commonwealth of the USA
Politics of the Northern Mariana Islands: Politics of the Northern Mariana Islands, a commonwealth in political union with the USA - executive power is exercised by the governor, legislative power is vested in the two chambers of the legislature
Elections in the Northern Mariana Islands: Elections in the Northern Mariana Islands
Society, demographics and culture of the Northern Mariana Islands: Northern Mariana Islands society - Demographics of the Northern Mariana Islands - The Chamorro people are the indigenous peoples of the Mariana Islands
- Northern Mariana Islands people by ethnic or national origin
Mariana Islands languages and culture: Mariana Islands culture - Northern Mariana Islands culture - Languages of the Mariana Islands - Carolinian language - Chamorro language - Tanapag language
Education in the Northern Mariana Islands: Education in the Northern Mariana Islands - Northern Marianas College in Saipan since 1981
Environment of the Northern Mariana Islands: Environment of the Northern Mariana Islands
Foreign relations of Northern Mariana Islands:
Northern Mariana Islands/Japan relations: June/July 1944 Battle of Saipan - July/August 1944 Battle of Tinian - November 1944–January 1945 Japanese air attacks on the Mariana Islands
Northern Mariana Islands/Spain relations: Since 1667 Spanish colonization of the Marianas until 1898
Northern Mariana Islands/USA relations: June/July 1944 Battle of Saipan - July/August 1944 Battle of Tinian
Natural disasters in the Mariana Islands: Natural disasters in the Northern Mariana Islands
Earthquakes in the Mariana Islands: 2007 Mariana Islands earthquake
Typhoons in the Mariana Islands: Typhoons in the Northern Mariana Islands
2015: May 2015 Typhoon Dolphin - July 2015 Typhoon Nangka - July 2015 Typhoon Chan-hom - August 2015 Typhoon Soudelor - 5 August 2015: Typhoon Soudelor left a trail of destruction across the Marianas, as the main island of Saipan suffered its first direct typhoon strike since 1968, leaving the island without power for weeks - 7 August 2015: CHCC sets Saipan-wide response to crisis following Typhoon Soudelor

Guam - Geography of Guam - History of Guam - Demographics of Guam
Economy of Guam: Economy of Guam - main industries include tourism, construction, transshipment services, printing and publishing, food processing, textiles
Coffee production in Guam
Energy in Guam: Energy in Guam, almost all energy is reliant on imports of petroleum products for use in transport and electricity, the USA military uses one-fifth of the island's energy
Tourism in Guam: Tourism in Guam - Tourist attractions in Guam - Diving in Guam - Protected areas of Guam
Politics of Guam: Politics of Guam - As Guam is an organized, unincorporated territory of the USA with policy relations between Guam and the USA under the jurisdiction of the Office of Insular Affairs, the USA president is the head of state and the Governor is head of government
Voting and politics in Guam: Voting in Guam
August 2017: 10 August 2017: Guam Governor Eddie Calvo dismisses North Korean threat saying that the island is prepared for any eventuality with strategically placed defenses, as North Korean regime publicly details Guam strike plan
November 2018 Guamanian gubernatorial election: 6 November 2018 Guamanian gubernatorial election
Society, demographics and culture of the Mariana Islands and Guam: Guam society - Demographics of Guam - The Chamorro people are the indigenous peoples of the Mariana Islands, which are politically divided between the USA territory of Guam and the USA Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
Villages of Guam: USA territory of Guam is divided into nineteen municipalities, called villages, each village is governed by an elected mayor and village populations range in size from under 1,000 to over 40,000, in 2010 the total population of Guam was 154,805
Hagåtña: Hagåtña, the capital of the USA territory of Guam, from the 18th through mid-20th century, it was Guam's population center, but today it is the second smallest of the island's 19 villages in both area and population
Languages and culture in Mariana Islands and Guam: Mariana Islands culture - Northern Mariana Islands culture - Languages of the Mariana Islands - Chamorro language
Education in Guam: Education in Guam
Foreign relations of Guam:
Guam/Japan relations: 8-10 December 1941 Japanese assault and battle of Guam between the Empire of Japan and the USA, Japanese occupation until the Second Battle of Guam in 1944 - 1941-1944 Japanese occupation of Guam - 'Tinta Massacre Site' location of a massacre of civilians by Japanese troops on 15 July 1944, six days before the island was liberated by the USA in World War II
2004: July 2004: The Chamorros commemorated the sixtieth anniversary of the Manenggon death march in June/July 1944, that forced the island's population to six Japanese concentration camps in the soouthern part of Guam
Guam/Spain relations: Spanish Colonization of Guam since 1565
Guam/USA relations:
1898 USA's capture of Spanish colony Guam: 1898 USA's capture of Spanish colony Guam
1941-1945 Japanese assault and battles: '1941 Battle of Guam' between the Empire of Japan and the USA, Japanese assault and occupation until the Second Battle of Guam in 1944 - '1944 Battle of Guam'
1950 USA's 'Guam Organic Act': 1950 USA's 'Guam Organic Act', that redesignated the island of Guam as an unincorporated territory of the USA
Since 2009 Joint Region Marianas: Joint Region Marianas since 2009
Military facilities of the USA in Guam: Military facilities of the USA in Guam - Military bases - Andersen Air Force Base - with the start of Operation Arc Light in June 1965, B-52Fs and KC-135As began regular bombing missions over Vietnam, and continued in that capacity until 1973 - USA Naval Base Guam
Environment of Guam: Environment of Guam - Climate of Guam
Protected areas of Guam: Protected areas of Guam
Water in Guam: Water in Guam - Bodies of water of Guam - Rivers of Guam
Ecological issues in Guam: Ecological issues in Guam
List of Superfund sites in Guam: List of Superfund sites in Guam, designated under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act CERCLA environmental law - Since 1944 USA's Andersen Air Force Base - groundwater and soil contaminated with dioxins/dibenzofurans, metals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, polychlorinated biphenyls, persistent organic pollutants, pesticides, and volatile organic compounds including trichloroethylene, toluene, and tetrachloroethane
Micronesia Challenge: 'Micronesia Challenge' regional inter-governmental initiative in the western Pacific region that would facilitate more effective conservation of marine and forest resources in Micronesia


Marshall Islands - Geography of the Marshall Islands - Islands of the Marshall Islands - Atolls of the Marshall Islands - Elugelab until 1952 - History of the Marshall Islands - Demographics of the Marshall Islands
Economy of the Marshall Islands: Economy of the Marshall Islands - main industries include copra, fish, tourism, craft items from shell, wood, pearls, offshore banking
Ships of the Marshall Islands
Agriculture and subsistence economy: Agriculture and subsistence economy, consisting of fishing and breadfruit, banana, taro, cacao, coconuts, copra, pandanus cultivation
Fishing industry in the Marshall Islands: Fishing industry in the Marshall Islands
Aquaculture in the Marshall Islands: Aquaculture in the Marshall Islands
Politics of the Marshall Islands: Politics of the Marshall Islands - Political parties in the Marshall Islands - Legislature of the Marshall Islands - The government of the Marshall Islands operates under a mixed parliamentary-presidential system as set forth in its Constitution
Elections in the Marshall Islands: Elections in the Marshall Islands
November 2015 Marshall Islands general election: 16 November 2015 Marshall Islands general election
2016: 10 March 2016: Marshall Islands begins legal action against the world’s nuclear powers aimed at global nuclear disarmament, argueing at International Court of Justice that health and lives of its people destroyed by dozens of nuclear tests along its territory from 1946-1958
February 2017 Marshallese Constitutional Convention election: 21 February 2017 Marshallese Constitutional Convention election
Society, demographics, culture and humans rights in the Marshall Islands: Marshallese society
Demographics and ethnic groups in the Marshall Islands: Demographics of the Marshall Islands - Ethnic groups in the Marshall Islands
Marshallese culture and languages of the Marshall Islands: Marshallese culture - Languages of the Marshall Islands - Marshallese language - Music of the Marshall Islands
Women in the Marshall Islands: Women in the Marshall Islands
Education in the Marshall Islands: Education in the Marshall Islands - College of the Marshall Islands, regionally accredited autonomous community college offering associate degree programs in liberal arts and sciences, business and information technology, elementary education, and nursing
Health in the Marshall Islands: Health in the Marshall Islands
Law enforcement in the Marshall Islands: Law enforcement in the Marshall Islands
Foreign relations of the Marshall Islands: Foreign relations of the Marshall Islands - 24 April 2014: Marshall Islands, the site of 67 nuclear tests between 1946 and 1958, sues nine nuclear powers over failure to disarm and accuses states of 'flagrant denial of human justice'
Marshall Islands/Iran relations: 28 April 2015: Iran seizes Marshall Islands-flagged ship in an incident that could complicate international talks about Tehran's nuclear program
Marshall Islands/USA relations: Marshall Islands/USA relations - The Republic of the Marshall Islands’ claim to the Wake Atoll, annexed by the USA in the 19th century
Nuclear tests after World War II: USA nuclear tests after World War II in the Marshall Islands - Pacific Proving Grounds used by the USA to conduct nuclear testing
1946-1958 Nuclear testing at Bikini Atoll: The nuclear testing at Bikini Atoll program was a series of 23 nuclear devices detonated by the USA between 1946 and 1958 at seven test sites
1954 Castle Bravo: 'Castle Bravo' test of a dry fuel hydrogen bomb on 1 March 1954 at Bikini Atoll, the most powerful nuclear device ever detonated by the USA, fallout from the detonation fell on residents of Rongelap and Utirik atolls and spread around the world
1948-1958 Eniwetok nuclear tests: List of nuclear tests at Eniwetok
November 1952 destroyed Elugelab island: Elugelab was an island in Enewetak atoll destroyed by the world's first test of a hydrogen bomb on 1 November 1952
March 2014 unliveable islands: 2 March 2014: 60 years after Bikini Atoll nuclear test islands still unliveable
May 2019 leaking coffin: 27 May 2019: On Pacific Runit island (Enewetak atoll), a nuclear dome left behind by the USA begins to crack and the 'coffin is leaking its poison into the surrounding environment', local official warns, amid growing fears of radioactive disaster
Environment and environmental issues in the Marshall Islands: Environment of the Marshall Islands - Environmental issues in the Marshall Islands
Environment of the Bikini Atoll: Environment of the Bikini Atoll - Nuclear testing at Bikini Atoll
2015: 14 décembre 2015: Après le nucléaire, le climat, les descendants des réfugiés nucléaires de l'atoll de Bikini devront déménager à cause du changement climatique


Federated States of Micronesia - Geography of Federated States of Micronesia - History of Federated States of Micronesia - Demographics of Federated States of Micronesia
Economy of Federated States of Micronesia: Economy of Federated States of Micronesia, industries include tourism, construction, fish processing, craft items from shell, wood, and pearls, agricultural products include black pepper, tropical fruits and vegetables, coconuts, cassava (tapioca), sweet potatoes, pigs, chickens
Water and fish in the Federated States of Micronesia: Water in the Federated States of Micronesia - Fish of Micronesia
Aquaculture in the Federated States of Micronesia: Aquaculture in the Federated States of Micronesia
Transport in the Federated States of Micronesia: Transport in the Federated States of Micronesia
Tourism in the Federated States of Micronesia: Tourism in the Federated States of Micronesia
Politics of Federated States of Micronesia: Politics of Federated States of Micronesia - Constitution of the Federated States of Micronesia since 1979, amended in 1990
Elections in Micronesia: Elections in the Federated States of Micronesia
March 2017 Micronesian parliamentary election: 7 March 2017 Micronesian parliamentary election
March 2019 Micronesian parliamentary election and Chuukese independence referendum: 5 March 2019 Micronesian parliamentary election - 5 March 2019 Chuukese independence referendum
Federated States of Micronesia society: Federated States of Micronesia society
607 islands of the Federated States of Micronesia: Alphabetical list of 607 islands of the Federated States of Micronesia by atoll - Atolls of the Federated States of Micronesia
States and municipalities of Micronesia: 4 states of the Federated States of Micronesia - Federated States of Micronesia, a federation divided into four states, which are further divided into various cities and municipalities - Municipalities of Micronesia by state
Islands of Chuuk State and Weno: Chuuk Lagoon, a sheltered body of water in the central Pacific - Weno, an island municipality of Chuuk State and the largest town in the FSM - Chuuk State, one of the four states of the Federated States of Micronesia, consisting of several island groups - Islands of Chuuk State
Islands of Kosrae state and Tofol: Kosrae and Kosrae state - Tofol village in Lelu Town municipality, the capital of the state of Kosrae in Micronesia - Islands of Kosrae
Islands of Pohnpei State and Palikir: Pohnpei, an island of the Senyavin Islands - Kolonia, a coastal town and the capital of Pohnpei State - Palikir, a town with about 4,600 people and the capital of the Federated States of Micronesia - Pohnpei State - Islands of Pohnpei
Islands of Yap State: Yap, an island located in the Caroline Islands of the western Pacific Ocean - Yap State - Islands of Yap
Demographics of the Federated States of Micronesia: Demographics of the Federated States of Micronesia - Ethnic groups in the Federated States of Micronesia
Culture and languages in the Federated States of Micronesia: Languages of the Federated States of Micronesia
Education in the Federated States of Micronesia: Education in the Federated States of Micronesia
Schools in the Federated States of Micronesia: Schools in the Federated States of Micronesia
Colleges and universities in the Federated States of Micronesia: Colleges and universities in the Federated States of Micronesia
Health and healthcare in the Federated States of Micronesia: Health in the Federated States of Micronesia
Communications and media in the Federated States of Micronesia: Communications and media in the Federated States of Micronesia
Foreign relations of Federated States of Micronesia: Foreign relations of the Federated States of Micronesia
Environment of the Federated States of Micronesia: Environment of the Federated States of Micronesia - Natural history of the Federated States of Micronesia - Climate of Micronesia
Islands and landforms of the Federated States of Micronesia: Islands of the Federated States of Micronesia - Landforms of the Federated States of Micronesia - Mountains of the Federated States of Micronesia
Yela Ka Forest: Yela Ka Forest
Water and fish in the Federated States of Micronesia: Water in the Federated States of Micronesia - Fish of Micronesia
Since 2005 Micronesia Challenge: Micronesia Challenge, a regional inter-governmental initiative in the western Pacific region, including Palau, the Federated States of Micronesia and Marshall Islands, and the USA territories of Guam and Northern Mariana Islands, that would facilitate more effective conservation of marine and forest resources in Micronesia
Natural disasters: Typhoons in the Federated States of Micronesia


New Caledonia - Geography of New Caledonia - List of islands of New Caledonia - History of New Caledonia - Demographics of New Caledonia
Economy of New Caledonia: Economy of New Caledonia
Nickel mining in New Caledonia: Nickel mining in New Caledonia is a major sector of the economy, the islands contain about 7,100,000 tonnes of nickel which is about 10% of the world's nickel reserves
Water in New Caledonia: Water in New Caledonia
Tourism in New Caledonia: Tourism in New Caledonia
Politics of New Caledonia: Politics of New Caledonia - Political parties in New Caledonia
Government of New Caledonia: Government of New Caledonia
May 2014 New Caledonian legislative election: New Caledonian legislative election May 2014
November 2017: 3 November 2017: French overseas territory of New Caledonia will hold a referendum on self rule in 2018, which is expected to pave the way to full independence for the Pacific archipelago
March 2018: 19 March 2018: New Caledonia sets date for independence referendum on 4 November 2018
May 2018: 3 May 2018: Two opinion polls published by media outlets in New Caledonia show that a majority is against independence from France, amid discussion about the role of the United Nations and New Caledonia's ability to exercise powers such as defence, internal security, judiciary, external relations and monetary policy, which are still held by Paris
November 2018 New Caledonian independence referendum: 4 Novemer 2018 New Caledonian independence referendum - 4 novembre 2018: Les citoyens de la Nouvelle-Calédonie ont dit non à près de 60% à son indépendance, le taux de participation frôlait les 81%
May 2019 New Caledonian legislative election: 12 mai 2019 élections provinciales en Nouvelle-Calédonie, afin d'élire les assemblées des trois provinces de la Nouvelle-Calédonie (Sud, Nord et Îles Loyauté), une partie des membres de ces assemblées forment a leur tour le Congrès de la Nouvelle-Calédonie, qui élit ensuite un gouvernement collégial qui détient le pouvoir exécutif local - 13 mai 2019: Résultats définitifs des provinciales 2019 confirment que le camp indépendantiste progresse, mais n'obtient pas la majorité absolue
Society, demographics and culture of New Caledonia: New Caledonian society - Demographics of New Caledonia
Culture and languages of New Caledonia: New Caledonian culture - Languages of New Caledonia
Education in New Caledonia: Education in New Caledonia
Foreign relations of New Caledonia: Foreign relations of New Caledonia
New Caledonia/France relations: Since 1853 New Caledonia was a French penal colony, the indigenous population was excluded from the French economy and was ultimately confined to reservations until the islands became an overseas territory after World War II
1984-1988 période de guerre civile: Événements politiques de 1984 à 1988 en Nouvelle-Calédonie, une période de guerre civile qui opposa partisans et opposants à l'indépendance vis-à-vis
1988 Ouvéa cave hostage crisis and Matignon agreements: April-May 1988 Ouvéa cave hostage taking - June 1988 Matignon agreements
5 mai 1998 accord de Nouméa1: 5 mai 1998 accord de Nouméa1, qui prévoit le transfert de certaines compétences de la France vers la Nouvelle-Calédonie
5 May 2018 Macron's Ouvea visit: 5 May 2018: Macron visits Ouvea on anniversary of defining hostage crisis
Environment of New Caledonia: Environment of New Caledonia
Biodiversity of New Caledonia: Biodiversity of New Caledonia
Natural disasters in Oceania and New Caledonia: Natural disasters in Oceania
Tropical cyclones in New Caledonia: Tropical cyclones in New Caledonia - March 2015 Cyclone Pam


New Zealand - Geography of New Zealand - Climate of New Zealand - History of New Zealand - Demographics of New Zealand
Economy of New Zealand: Economy of New Zealand - main industries are food processing, textiles, machinery and transportation equipment, finance, tourism, mining - export goods are dairy products, meat, wool and wood products, fish, machinery - List of companies of New Zealand - Companies of New Zealand by industry - Economic history of New Zealand
Manufacturing companies of New Zealand: Manufacturing companies of New Zealand - Automotive companies of New Zealand - Motor vehicle manufacturers of New Zealand - Clothing companies of New Zealand
Energy in New Zealand: Energy in New Zealand - Renewable energy in New Zealand
Oil and gas industry in New Zealand: Oil and gas industry in New Zealand
2018: 12 April 2018: New Zealand bans all new offshore oil exploration as part of 'carbon-neutral future', as PM Jacinda Ardern says move 'will essentially take effect in 30 or more years’ time’
Mining in New Zealand: Mining in New Zealand
Agriculture in New Zealand: Agriculture in New Zealand - Sheep farming in New Zealand - Dairy farming in New Zealand - Sharemilking - Animal welfare in New Zealand - Kiwifruit industry in New Zealand - Organic farming in New Zealand - Food safety in New Zealand
Forestry in New Zealand: Forestry in New Zealand - Deforestation in New Zealand
Fishing industry and aquaculture in New Zealand: Fishing industry in New Zealand - Aquaculture in New Zealand
Transport in New Zealand: Transport in New Zealand - Water transport in New Zealand
Tourism in New Zealand: Tourism in New Zealand - List of World Heritage Sites in Oceania
Banking and banks in New Zealand: Banking in New Zealand - Banks in New Zealand - Reserve Bank of New Zealand, the central bank of New Zealand established in 1934 and constituted under the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Act 1989 - The Co-operative Bank in New Zealand since 1928
Financial services companies of New Zealand: Financial services companies of New Zealand
Foreign trade of New Zealand: Foreign trade of New Zealand
Economic history of New Zealand and economic cycles: Economic history of New Zealand
New Zealand property bubble: New Zealand property bubble, an ongoing issue in New Zealand, where house prices have risen considerably faster than incomes
2016: 1 December 2016: Where the housing bubble has blown up the biggest in New Zealand
2017: 16 October 2017: House price-to-income multiple
Housing in New Zealand: Housing in New Zealand - Homelessness in New Zealand - Leaky homes crisis
2016: 28 March 2016: A national approach to solving homelessness is needed, says the Auckland Council, with many people living on the streets outside the central city
2017: 25 October 2017: After New Zealand has become a destination for foreign buyers purchasing existing homes and has gained a reputation as a bolthole for the world’s wealthy, incoming PM Jacinda Ardern announces move to tackle housing crisis in country popular with overseas investors
Labour in New Zealand: Labour in New Zealand - Labour relations in New Zealand - New Zealand labour law
Poverty in New Zealand: Poverty in New Zealand - Social class in New Zealand
Child poverty in New Zealand: Child poverty affects around 285,000 children in New Zealand, as reported by the Child Poverty Action Group in New Zealand
New Zealand Defence Force: New Zealand Defence Force
Military history of New Zealand
Taxation in New Zealand: Taxation in New Zealand - Government finances in New Zealand
Politics of New Zealand: Politics of New Zealand - Constitution of New Zealand - 1947 New Zealand Constitution Amendment (Request and Consent) Act - Republicanism in New Zealand
Political parties in New Zealand: Political parties in New Zealand - List of political parties in New Zealand
Trade unions in New Zealand: Trade unions in New Zealand - Labour disputes in New Zealand
Elections in New Zealand: Elections in New Zealand - Local elections in New Zealand are held every three years
2014 New Zealand general election: New Zealand general election 20 September 2014 - 21 September 2014: Electoral Commission's 2014 general elections results
2015-2016 New Zealand flag referendums: November/December 2015 - March 2016 New Zealand flag referendums - New Zealand flag debate - 11 December 2015: New Zealand electoral commission announces result of the first flag referendum, with winning design to be pitted against current flag in March
2016 New Zealand local elections: 2016 New Zealand local elections
2016: 5 December 2016: New Zealand's PM John Key has resigned in a decision that has taken the country by surprise and that will be effective from 12 December, when National MPs will meet to select a new leader
September 2017 New Zealand general election: 23 September 2017 New Zealand general election - 23 September 2017: Polls close as Jacinda Ardern and Bill English fight for win - 25 September 2017: Both Labour and National need New Zealand First’s nine seats to form government, in negotiations expected to take weeks
October 2017 Jacinda Ardern becomes prime minister: 7 October 2017: Full results of New Zealand election give Labour boost and nation its first refugee MP - 19 October 2017: Jacinda Ardern becomes prime minister after Winston Peters forms coalition with Labour - 20 October 2017: PM elect Jacinda Ardern has laid out her priorities for New Zealand, saying she plans to urgently address climate change, tackle inequality and improving women’s lives in the home and workplace - 24 October 2017: New Zealand Labour signs coalition deal and makes Winston Peters deputy PM, introducing a slew of new policies focusing on climate change, regional development and poverty
March 2019 political responses to the Christchurch mosque shootings: Reactions and political responses to the March 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings - 16 March 2019: People in New Zealand pay tribute to victims of Christchurch mosque massacre - 19 March 2019: New Zealand's parliament have paid tribute to the victims of the Christchurch terror attacks
March 2019 amendment to the Arms Act 1983: March 2019 amendment to New Zealand's Arms Act 1983 in the wake of the mosque shootings in Christchurch - 21 March 2019: New Zealand bans sales of assault weapons, as PM Ardern announces halt on semi-automatic guns, assault rifles and bump stocks
29 March 2019: 29 March 2019: New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern was greeted with a standing ovation as she took the stage to address an estimated 20,000 people gathered at Hagley Park for a nationwide remembrance service in honour of 50 people killed in the country’s worst terrorist attack in Christchurch, including Australian PM Scott Morrison and other heads of state from the Pacific, survivors of the attack and those who lost loved ones, saying 'the world has been stuck in a vicious cycle of extremism breeding extremism and it must end'
May 2019: 14 May 2019: Child poverty, domestic violence and mental health will be the priorities in New Zealand’s 'wellbeing budget', the finance minister has announced
October 2019 New Zealand local elections: 12 October 2019 New Zealand local elections
Social movements and protests in New Zealand: List of protests in New Zealand
1893 Women's Suffrage Petition: 1893 Women's Suffrage Petition
1913-2008 Labour disputes in New Zealand: 1913-2008 Labour disputes in New Zealand
Since the 1960s environmental movement in New Zealand: Since the 1960s environmental movement in New Zealand
2017 marches for women's rights: 21 January 2017: New Zealand leads global marches in defence of women's rights - 21 janvier 2017: A Sydney et Melbourne, mais également à Wellington en Nouvelle-Zélande, des milliers d'opposants au nouveau président américain Donald Trump ont commencé samedi de protester contre le mépris montré régulièrement envers les femmes
Society, demographics, culture and human rights in New Zealand: New Zealand society - Human rights in New Zealand
Regions, islands and districts of New Zealand: Islands of New Zealand - List of islands of New Zealand - Islands of New Zealand by region - 16 regions of New Zealand - List of regions in New Zealand - 54 districts of New Zealand - Local government in New Zealand
Cities, ports and harbours of New Zealand: List of cities in New Zealand - Ports and harbours of New Zealand
Auckland: Auckland city in the North Island of New Zealand, the largest urban area in the country, with an urban population of around 1,628,900 inhabitans in 2018, located in the Auckland Region, which includes outlying rural areas and the islands of the Hauraki Gulf - History of Auckland
Ports of Auckland: Ports of Auckland
Timeline of Auckland: Timeline of Auckland since 1840
Wellington and capital of New Zealand: Wellington, the capital city and second most populous urban area of New Zealand, with 418,500 residents, located at the south-western tip of the North Island, between Cook Strait and the Remutaka Range - History of Wellington - Capital of New Zealand
Wellington Harbour: Wellington Harbour
Christchurch: Christchurch, the largest city in the South Island of New Zealand located on the South Island's east coast and home to 404,500 residents, making it New Zealand's third-most populous city behind Auckland and Wellington
History of Christchurch: History of Christchurch
February and June 2011 Christchurch earthquakes: February and June 2011 Christchurch earthquakes
History of New Zealand's Canterbury Region: History of the Canterbury Region of New Zealand, dating back to settlement by the Maori people in about the 10th century
1850 'First Four Ships': 1850 'First Four Ships' refers to the four sailing vessels chartered by the Canterbury Association which left Plymouth in England in September 1850 to transport the first English settlers to new homes in Canterbury in New Zealand
2010 Canterbury earthquake: 2010 Canterbury earthquake
February 2011 Christchurch earthquake: February 2011 Christchurch earthquake
April 2011 Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Act: April 2011 Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Act
June 2011 Christchurch earthquake: June 2011 Christchurch earthquake
November 2016 2016 Kaikoura earthquake: November 2016 2016 Kaikoura earthquake
Demographics and ethnic groups in New Zealand: Demographics of New Zealand - List of ethnic origins of New Zealanders - Ethnic groups in New Zealand
New Zealand Maori people: New Zealand Maori people, estimated 734,200 citizens in 2017, roughly 15% of the national population - Maori society - List of the Maori iwi of New Zealand - United Tribes of New Zealand, confederation of Maori tribes based in the north of the North Island
European New Zealanders: European New Zealanders, 74.02% of New Zealand's population in 2013, as most European New Zealanders are of British and Irish ancestry, with smaller percentages of other European ancestries such as Croatians, Germans, Greeks, Poles, French, Dutch, Scandinavians and South Slavs
Jews and history of the Jews in New Zealand: Jews and Judaism in New Zealand - History of the Jews in New Zealand since 1831 - List of synagogues in Australia and New Zealand
March 2019: 15 March 2019: Saying 'we offer our full assistance and support to the Muslim community', the New Zealand Jewish community decided to shut its synagogues on Shabbat for the first time ever in an act of solidarity with the Muslim community in the country in the wake of the slaying of at least 49 people at two mosques in Christchurch
African New Zealanders: African New Zealanders
Arab New Zealanders: Arab New Zealanders - Syrian New Zealanders - due to Assad's war against the Syrian people, many Syrians have been made refugees since 2011, and the majority of Syrians in New Zealand are refugees of this war
March 2019: 20 March 2019: A father and son from Syria, who came as refugees to New Zealand last year, have been buried in New Zealand, the first funerals for the 50 victims of last week's mosque shootings - 21 March 2019: New Zealand police and tradesmen are working intensively in the hope of readying the Al Noor mosque to hold Friday prayers, just a week after it was the center of a racist shooting which left 50 dead
Asian New Zealanders: Asian New Zealanders, 11.8% of New Zealand's population in 2013 - Chinese New Zealanders, 4.2% of the population of New Zealand in 2013 - Indian New Zealanders, 3.7% of the population of New Zealand in 2013
Polynesian New Zealanders: Polynesian New Zealanders, 887,338 citizens in 2013 - Samoan New Zealanders, 144,138 citizens in 2013 - Tongan New Zealanders, 60,336 citizens in 2013
Immigration to New Zealand: Immigration to New Zealand
Culture of New Zealand: Culture of New Zealand - Maori culture - Languages of New Zealand
Women and women's rights in New Zealand: Women in New Zealand - Women's rights in New Zealand
Gender equality and legislation in New Zealand: Gender equality is the notion that all men and women should receive equal treatment in all aspects and that one should not be discriminated based on their gender, a human right also recognised by the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights - Legislation for gender equity in New Zealand
Gender pay gap in New Zealand: Gender pay gap in New Zealand
Children's rights in New Zealand: Children's rights in New Zealand - Child Poverty Action Group in New Zealand
1989 Children, Young Persons, and Their Families Act, passed by the New Zealand Parliament and providing for the care and protection of children as well as youth justice
Children's right to adequate nutrition in New Zealand: Children's right to adequate nutrition in New Zealand
Education in New Zealand: Education in New Zealand - Education in New Zealand by region - Education in New Zealand by city or town
Health in New Zealand: Health in New Zealand
Health care in New Zealand: Health care in New Zealand
Media of New Zealand: Media of New Zealand
Newspapers in New Zealand: Newspapers published in New Zealand - List of print media in New Zealand
Broadcasting in New Zealand: Radio in New Zealand - Radio broadcasting companies of New Zealand - Television in New Zealand - Public broadcasting in New Zealand
March 2019 Murdoch’s Sky News Australia shared disturbing footage: 16 March 2019: Sky New Zealand has pulled fellow broadcaster Sky News Australia, Rupert Murdoch’s Australian pay-TV channel, off air until the channel stops broadcasting clips from the Christchurch mosque shooter’s Facebook live stream, despite a plea from New Zealand police against the sharing of the disturbing footage
Internet in New Zealand: Internet in New Zealand
Crime in New Zealand: Crime in New Zealand
Violence in New Zealand: Violence in New Zealand - Murder in New Zealand - List of massacres in New Zealand - Gangs in New Zealand
13/14 November 1990 Aramoana massacre: 13/14 November 1990 Aramoana massacre, a spree shooting in the small seaside township of Aramoana, followed by sweeping changes to New Zealand's firearms legislation in 1992, including tight restrictions on military style semi-automatic firearms - Gun laws in New Zealand - guns are not currently a major political issue in New Zealand, but have been restricted immediately after the Aramoana massacre in 1990, the Scottish Dunblane and Australian Port Arthur massacres in 1996
Terrorism in New Zealand: Terrorism in New Zealand - Outlawed terror organisations in New Zealand
2002 Terrorism Suppression Act: 2002 Terrorism Suppression Act
February 2008 hijack attempt: 8 February 2008 Eagle Airways Flight 2279 was the subject of an unsuccessful hijack attempt during which both pilots and a passenger suffered knife wounds
March 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings: 15 March 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings at Al Noor Mosque and the Linwood Islamic Centre - 15 March 2019: At least 49 people were killed and 20 injured in armed assaults by a suspected white nationalist on two crowded Christchurch mosques, as white Australian who came to New Zealand only to plan and train for the attack claimed responsibility for the shootings and left an anti-immigrant manifesto in which he explained who he was and his reasoning for his actions - 15 March 2019: Three in custody over mass shootings that also left 20 people seriously injured, according to 'The Guardian' - 16 March 2019: During his appearance in the Christchurch District Court Australian white supremacist Brenton Tarrant, who planned 'to continue with his attack' according to police, charged with murder of 49 worshipers, as PM Jacinda Ardern vows that 'our gun laws will change' - 17 March 2019: Fifty people have been confirmed killed, and 50 injured, in Friday’s terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch, as 36 people remained in hospital, according to 'The Guardian'
Reactions and political responses to the March 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings: Reactions and political responses to the March 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings
Corruption in New Zealand: Corruption in New Zealand
Violence against women in New Zealand: Violence against women in New Zealand
Domestic violence in New Zealand: Domestic violence in New Zealand
Child abuse in New Zealand: Child abuse in New Zealand
Law and legal history of New Zealand: Law of New Zealand - Legal history of New Zealand - Constitution of New Zealand and history
History of gun laws in New Zealand: Gun laws in New Zealand - guns are not currently a major political issue in New Zealand, but have been restricted immediately after the Aramoana massacre in 1990, the Scottish Dunblane and Australian Port Arthur massacres in 1996 - History of gun laws in New Zealand
March 2019: 21 March 2019: New Zealand bans sales of assault weapons, as PM Ardern announces halt on semi-automatic guns, assault rifles and bump stocks in response to Christchurch shooting, existing gun-owners told to sell back arms or face fines
Judiciary and court system of New Zealand: Judiciary of New Zealand - New Zealand court system
2014 New Zealand Court of Appeal's decision concerning equal pay: 28 October 2014 Terranova Homes decision of the New Zealand Court of Appeal concerning equal pay in New Zealand, turning on the interpretation of the Equal Pay Act 1972, which was enacted in response to the 1971 report of the Commission of Inquiry into Equal Pay
Law enforcement in New Zealand: Law enforcement in New Zealand
Organised and Financial Crime Agency of New Zealand: Organised and Financial Crime Agency of New Zealand
Foreign relations of New Zealand: Foreign relations of New Zealand
Treaties of New Zealand: Treaties of New Zealand
Since 1984 New Zealand nuclear-free zone: Since 1984 New Zealand nuclear-free zone - New Zealand bans nuclear material
2017 New Zealand signed the UN 'Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons': 2017 New Zealand signed the UN 'Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons'
New Zealand's participation in international organisations: New Zealand's participation in international organisations
New Zealand/United Nations relations: New Zealand and the United Nations - New Zealand is a founding member of the United Nations, having taken part in 1945 in the United Nations Conference on International Organization in San Francisco
Since 1952 UN peacekeeping and observer missions and New Zealand: Since 1952 New Zealand's participation in a number of peacekeeping and observer missions
Since 1971 Pacific Islands Forum: Since 1971 Pacific Islands Forum aiming to enhance cooperation between the independent countries of the Pacific Ocean since 1971 - Pacific Islands Forum 18 member states, including Australia and New Zealand, associate members and dialogue partners
August 2019 Pacific Islands Forum and climate change: 14 August 2019: 'Australia has to answer to the Pacific' on climate change, declaring that New Zealand is doing what it can to limit global emissions to 1.5C and expects other nations to do the same, New Zealand's PM Jacinda Ardern says
Bilateral relations of New Zealand: Bilateral relations of New Zealand
New Zealand/Afghanistan relations: New Zealand/Afghanistan relations
New Zealand/Australia relations: New Zealand/Australia relations - ANZUS Treaty, Australia, New Zealand, USA military alliance which binds Australia and New Zealand and, separately, Australia and the USA, to co-operate on military matters in the Pacific Ocean region
New Zealand/China relations: New Zealand/China relations
New Zealand/European Union relations: New Zealand/European Union relations
Trade relations: New Zealand/European Union trade relations, as the EU is New Zealand's third-largest trading partner, after China and Australia, and New Zealand is the EU's 50th, and as New Zealand's exports is dominated by agricultural goods, while the EU's exports is dominated by manufactured goods
New Zealand/Germany relations: New Zealand/Germany relations
1914-1918: Military history of New Zealand in World War I
New Zealand/Greece relations: New Zealand/Greece relations
Greek New Zealanders: Greek New Zealanders
New Zealand/Israel relations: New Zealand/Israel relations
New Zealand/Japan relations: New Zealand/Japan relations
August 2019 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki commemorations in Christchurch: 6 August 2019: Remembering the 1945 atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 2019 commemorations in Christchurch
New Zealand/Russia relations: New Zealand/Russia relations
New Zealand/United Kingdom relations: New Zealand/United Kingdom relations
1835: 1835 Declaration of the Independence of New Zealand signed by a number of Maori chiefs, proclaiming the sovereign independence of New Zealand prior to the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840 - United Tribes of New Zealand, confederation of Maori tribes based in the north of the North Island - List of the Maori iwi of New Zealand
1840: 6 February 1840 Treaty of Waitangi signed by representatives of the British Crown and various Maori chiefs, establishing a British Governor of New Zealand, recognising Maori ownership of their lands and other properties, and giving the Maori the rights of British subjects
1841-1907: Colony of New Zealand, British colony from 1841 to 1907
Since 1907: History of independence of New Zealand
1907-1947: Dominion of New Zealand, Dominion of the United Kingdom 1907-1947
1931: 1931 Statute of Westminster establishing the legislative independence of self-governing Dominions of the British Empire
Since 1947: 1947 Statute of Westminster Adoption Act constitutional Act of the Parliament of New Zealand that formally accepted the full external autonomy offered by the British Parliament
Since 1983: Realm of New Zealand, area in which the Queen of New Zealand is head of state, comprises New Zealand, the Cook Islands, Niue, Tokelau and the Ross Dependency in Antarctica, and is defined by the 1983 Letters Patent constituting the office of Governor-General of New Zealand
New Zealand/Vietnam relations: New Zealand/Vietnam relations
Climate change in New Zealand: Climate change in New Zealand
Natural disasters in New Zealand: Natural disasters in New Zealand
Earthquakes in New Zealand: Earthquakes in New Zealand
New Zealand tornadoes and tornado outbreaks: New Zealand tornadoes and tornado outbreaks
Tropical cyclones in New Zealand: Tropical cyclones in New Zealand
Wildfires in New Zealand:
Whale stranding in New Zealand: Whale stranding in New Zealand


Papua New Guinea - Geography of Papua New Guinea - History of Papua New Guinea - Demographics of Papua New Guinea
Mining disasters in Papua New Guinea: Mining disasters in Papua New Guinea
1984-2013 Ok Tedi environmental disaster: 1984-2013 Ok Tedi environmental disaster
Energy in Papua New Guinea: Energy in Papua New Guinea
Oil and gas companies of Papua New Guinea: Oil and gas companies of Papua New Guinea
Aquaculture in Papua New Guinea: Aquaculture in Papua New Guinea
Water in Papua New Guinea: Water in Papua New Guinea
Road transport in Papua New Guinea: Road transport in Papua New Guinea
Economic history of Papua New Guinea: Economic history of Papua New Guinea
Since 2008 Great Recession in Oceania: Since 2008 Great Recession in Oceania
Political parties in Papua New Guinea: Political parties in Papua New Guinea
Trade unions in Papua New Guinea: Trade unions in Papua New Guinea
2011–2012 Papua New Guinean constitutional crisis: 2011–2012 Papua New Guinean constitutional crisis
Politics and elections in Papua New Guinea: Elections in Papua New Guinea
October 2018: 12 October 2018: Papua New Guineans have reacted with anger at its government importing a fleet of 40 Maserati luxury cars, which cost between $200,000 and $350,000 each in Australia, to drive international delegates around the Apec conference next month, amid a health and poverty crisis, struggling economy, and ongoing efforts after a devastating earthquake - 15 October 2018: Papua New Guinean opposition MPs have called for a nationwide strike this week amid growing anger after the government, which as well as hosting Apec is also dealing with a devastating earthquake recovery, a nationwide medication shortage, a polio outbreak and worsening TB rates in addition to generally high rates of poverty, last week imported 40 Maserati luxury vehicles via charter plane from Italy - 16 October 2018: Papua New Guinea has reportedly added three Bentleys to its controversial fleet of luxury cars purchased for the upcoming Apec leaders’ summit, each costing more than $230,000
Society, demographics, culture and human rights in Papua New Guinea: Papua New Guinean society
Human rights in Papua New Guinea: Human rights in Papua New Guinea
Regions, provinces, districts and Local-Level Government areas of Papua New Guinea: List of regions of Papua New Guinea - Provinces of Papua New Guinea - Districts and Local-Level Government areas of Papua New Guinea
National Capital District and Port Moresby: National Capital District of Papua New Guinea
Economy of Lae: Economy of Lae
Since 1971 city of Lae: Since 1971 city of Lae
Culture of Papua New Guinea: Culture of Papua New Guinea
Children and childrens' rights in Papua New Guinea: Childrens' rights in Papua New Guinea
Education in Papua New Guinea: Education in Papua New Guinea
Schools in Papua New Guinea: Schools in Papua New Guinea
Health in Papua New Guinea: Health in Papua New Guinea
Media in Papua New Guinea: Media in Papua New Guinea
Newspapers in Papua New Guinea: Newspapers published in Papua New Guinea
Crime in Papua New Guinea: Crime in Papua New Guinea
Violence in Papua New Guinea: Violence in Papua New Guinea
Corruption in Papua New Guinea: Corruption in Papua New Guinea
Illegal logging in Papua New Guinea: Illegal logging in Papua New Guinea
Human trafficking in Papua New Guinea: Human trafficking in Papua New Guinea
Sexual violence in Papua New Guinea: Sexual violence in Papua New Guinea
Judiciary and courts in Papua New Guinea: Courts in Papua New Guinea
Supreme Court of Papua New Guinea: Supreme Court of Papua New Guinea
Law enforcement in Papua New Guinea: Law enforcement in Papua New Guinea
Foreign relations of Papua New Guinea: Foreign relations of Papua New Guinea
Treaties of Papua New Guinea: Treaties of Papua New Guinea
Membership in international organisations: Papua New Guinea's membership in international organisations
UNDP in Papua New Guinea: UNDP in Papua New Guinea
Bilateral relations of Papua New Guinea: Bilateral relations of Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea/Germany relations: Papua New Guinea/Germany relations
1884–1899 German New Guinea Company and colony 'German New Guinea': German New Guinea Company 1884–1899 - German colony 1884–1919 'German New Guinea' - German colonial empire
1884-1919 'Kaiser-Wilhelmsland': 'Kaiser-Wilhelmsland' 1884-1919
Papua New Guinea/Israel relations: Papua New Guinea/Israel relations
Papua-New Guinea/Switzerland relations: Papua-New Guinea/Switzerland relations
Papua New Guinea/United Kingdom relations: Papua New Guinea/United Kingdom relations - Territory of New Guinea
1884–1949 British colony 'Territory of Papua': British colony 1884–1949 'Territory of Papua'
Papua New Guinea/USA relations: Papua New Guinea/USA relations
Conservation and ecoregions of New Guinea: Conservation in Papua New Guinea - Ecoregions of New Guinea
Environmental issues in Papua New Guinea: Environmental issues in Papua New Guinea
Deforestation in Papua New Guinea: Deforestation in Papua New Guinea
Coral Triangle Initiative: Coral Triangle Initiative
Natural disasters in Papua New Guinea: Natural disasters in Papua New Guinea
Volcanoes in Papua New Guinea and eruptions: List of volcanoes in Papua New Guinea
Earthquakes in Papua New Guinea: Earthquakes in Papua New Guinea
Tropical cyclones in Papua New Guinea: Tropical cyclones in Papua New Guinea
Flodds in Papua New Guinea:


French Polynesia - Geography of French Polynesia - History of French Polynesia - Demographics of French Polynesia
Economy of French Polynesia: Economy of French Polynesia
April/May 2018 French Polynesian legislative election: 22 April and 6 May 2018 French Polynesian legislative election
France and weapons of mass destruction: France and weapons of mass destruction - French nuclear weapons
French nuclear test sites: French nuclear test sites Fangataufa, Moruroa


Samoa - Geography of Samoa - History of Samoa - German Samoa 1900-1920 - 1920-1962 Western Samoa Trust Territory - Mau movement was a non-violent movement for Samoan independence from colonial rule during the early 1900s - 1962 independence of Samoa - Demographics of Samoa
Aquaculture in Samoa: Aquaculture in Samoa
Tourism in Samoa: Tourism in Samoa
Central Bank of Samoa: Central Bank of Samoa
Elections and politics in Samoa: Elections in Samoa
March 2011 Samoan general election: 4 March 2011 Samoan general election
Society, demographics, culture and human rights in Samoa: Samoan society - Demographics of Samoa - Human rights in Samoa
Education in Samoa: Education in Samoa
Samoan media: Samoan media
Newspapers in Samoa: Newspapers in Samoa
Telecommunications, radio, TV and internet in Samoa: Telecommunications, radio, TV and internet in Samoa
Foreign relations of Samoa: Foreign relations of Samoa
Samoa/China relations: Samoa/China relations
Samoa/Tuvalu relations: Samoa/Tuvalu relations

American Samoa - Geography of American Samoa - History of American Samoa - Demographics of American Samoa
Transportation in American Samoa: Transportation in American Samoa
Taxation in American Samoa: Taxation in American Samoa
Elections and politics in American Samoa: Elections in American Samoa
2010: November 2010 American Samoan constitutional referendum - November 2010 American Samoan general election
Society, demographics, culture and human rights in American Samoa: American Samoan society - Demographics of American Samoa - Culture of Samoa
Languages of American Samoa: Languages of American Samoa - Samoan language
Education in American Samoa: Education in American Samoa
American Samoa law: American Samoa law
Foreign relations:
Samoa/USA relations: Samoa/USA relations


Solomon Islands - Geography of the Solomon Islands - History of the Solomon Islands - Colonization of the Solomon Islands - German protectorate over the Northern Solomons, British Solomon protectorate over the southern islands - British Solomon Islands protectorate 1893–1978 - Demographics of the Solomon Islands
Mines in the Solomon Islands: Mines in the Solomon Islands
Aquaculture in the Solomon Islands: Aquaculture in the Solomon Islands
Water in the Solomon Islands: Water in the Solomon Islands
Transport in the Solomon Islands: Transport in the Solomon Islands
Tourism in the Solomon Islands: Tourism in the Solomon Islands
Politics of the Solomon Islands: Politics of the Solomon Islands
April 2019 Solomon Islands general election: 3 April 2019 Solomon Islands general election
List of islands of the Solomon Islands: List of islands of the Solomon Islands
Demographics of the Solomon Islands: Demographics of the Solomon Islands
Foreign relations of the Solomon Islands: Foreign relations of the Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands/USA relations: Solomon Islands/USA relations
Water in the Solomon Islands: Water in the Solomon Islands
Sea level rise: Sea level rise


Tonga - Geography of Tonga - History of Tonga - Demographics of Tonga
Economy of Tonga: Economy of Tonga
Politics of Tonga: Politics of Tonga
Political parties and elections in Tonga: Political parties and elections in Tonga
November 2017 Tongan general election: 16 November 2017 Tongan general election
Foreign relations of Tonga: Foreign relations of Tonga
Natural disasters in Tonga: Natural disasters in Tonga
2009 Tonga undersea volcanic eruption: 2009 Tonga undersea volcanic eruption
Tropical cyclones in Tonga: Tropical cyclones in Tonga


Tuvalu - Geography of Tuvalu - Islands of Tuvalu - History of Tuvalu - Demographics of Tuvalu
Renewable energy in Tuvalu: Renewable energy in Tuvalu
Fishing resources of Tuvalu: Fishing resources of Tuvalu
Aquaculture in Tuvalu: Aquaculture in Tuvalu
Transport in Tuvalu: Transport in Tuvalu
Tourism in Tuvalu: Tourism in Tuvalu
Politics of Tuvalu: Politics of Tuvalu
Elections and political parties in Tuvalu: Elections and political parties in Tuvalu
March 2015 Tuvaluan general election: Tuvaluan general election 19 March 2015
Society, demographics and culture of Tuvalu: Tuvaluan society - Demographics of Tuvalu
Culture and languages of Tuvalu: Tuvaluan culture - Languages of Tuvalu
Education in Tuvalu: Education in Tuvalu
Communications in Tuvalu: Communications in Tuvalu
List of newspapers in Tuvalu: List of newspapers in Tuvalu
Internet in Tuvalu: Internet in Tuvalu
Human rights in Tuvalu: Human rights in Tuvalu
Foreign relations of Tuvalu: Foreign relations of Tuvalu
Tuvalu/Australia relations: Tuvalu/Australia relations
Environmental and climate change issues in Tuvalu: Environmental and climate change issues in Tuvalu
Concerns over long term habitability in Tuvalu: Climate change in Tuvalu and concerns over long term habitability
Natural disasters in Tuvalu: Natural disasters in Tuvalu - Natural disasters in Oceania
2011 Tuvalu drought: 2011 Tuvalu drought


Vanuatu - Geography of Vanuatu - History of Vanuatu - Demographics of Vanuatu
Economy of Vanuatu: Economy of Vanuatu - main industries include food and fish freezing, wood processing, meat canning
Politics of Vanuatu: Politics of Vanuatu
Provinces of Vanuatu: Provinces of Vanuatu
Elections in Vanuatu: Elections in Vanuatu
January 2016 Vanuatuan general election: 22 January 2016 Vanuatuan general election
Society and demographics of Vanuatu: Vanuatuan society - Demographics of Vanuatu
Culture and languages of Vanuatu: Culture of Vanuatu - Languages of Vanuatu
Foreign relations of Vanuatu: Foreign relations of Vanuatu
Vanuatu/Australia relations: Vanuatu/Australia relations
Vanuatu/USA relations: Vanuatu/USA relations
Natural disasters in Vanuatu: Natural disasters in Vanuatu
Earthquakes in Vanuatu: List of earthquakes in Vanuatu
Tropical cyclones in Vanuatu: Tropical cyclones in Vanuatu






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