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Solomon Islands leader survives no confidence vote after riots
Many businesses remained closed in Honiara ahead of the vote over concerns that violence could erupt again, leading to an eerie calm.
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Three bodies were found in a burnt out building in Honiara amid this week's violence in the capital of the Solomon Islands,
Calm returns to Solomon Islands after deadly protests and riots
Police found three bodies and arrested more than 100 people in three days of unrest, sparked by concerns about the nation's increasing links with China.
Australia adds Hezbollah and neo-nazi group The Base to terror list
The Australian government listed Hezbollah as a "terrorist organisation", extending an existing ban on armed units to the entire organisation. It also listed the far-right group "The Base" as a terror group.
Power plant chimneys demolished in Australia
Two chimney towers and a boiler house at a decommissioned coal-fired power plant in Australia were demolished on Wednesday.
Billions of corals born on Australia's Great Barrier Reef
Australia's Great Barrier Reef is spawning in an explosion of color as the World Heritage-listed natural wonder recovers from life-threatening coral bleaching episodes.
New Zealand to allow entry for vaccinated residents and visitors
New Zealand will reopen its borders to the world over the coming months, the government announced on Wednesday, allowing for the return of displaced residents from January and tourists from April.
Why Kylie Minogue's gold hot pants now belong to a museum
The singer revealed that much of her early 00s wardrobe resides at an Australian performing arts centre, along with a preservation project at London's Victoria & Albert Museum.
Millions of crabs paint Christmas Island red
Millions of red crabs have started the long crawl marking their annual migration to the coast of Christmas Island.
Pro- and anti-vaccine protests across Australia
Pro-vaccine and anti-jab rallies took place in Melbourne on Saturday as Victoria state's government looks to pass a controversial law which would grant it specific powers during a pandemic.
New Zealand protesters march against COVID-19 restrictions
Hundreds of protesters marched through Christchurch as part of demonstrations opposing COVID-19 vaccinations and virus restrictions organised in several cities around New Zealand.
Meet the first winemaker in the world to sell his stock as NFTs
Barrels of Neldner Road single-vineyard wines are being offered as individual NFTs on OpenSea. Euronews spoke to trailblazer Dave Powell to find out why.
What will the world's first flying electric car race look like?
After completing the final tests on its cars, Airspeeder is planning to launch the first three races later this year.
Tuvalu minister stands knee-deep in seawater to address world leaders
The leader from the Pacific Island nation used his speech to draw attention to a threat that faces many low-lying countries.
New Zealand legalises assisted dying for the terminally ill
It comes more than a year after almost two-thirds of New Zealanders voted in favour of the law in a referendum.
These countries are forcing banks to reveal their climate impact
A new law will force New Zealand banks to detail the environmental risk in their business practices.
'Our family is whole again': Joy as missing girl, 4, found alive
Her disappearance both horrified and captivated Australia.
Australians reunite as border reopens after 20-month ban
Sydney’s international airport came alive with tears and laughter on Monday as Australia’s border opened for the first time in 20 months.
Josh Cavallo is only active male top-flight footballer to come out
Josh Cavallo has received global support after becoming the only active male top-flight footballer to come out as gay.
Australia sets net-zero emissions target but won't give up coal
Widely seen as a climate laggard, Australia is one of the world's largest coal and gas exporters.
This village in Fiji has been forced to move inland as sea levels rise
The Fijian government has relocated 150 people in the village of Vunidogoloa to higher ground in 2014 from a flood-prone coast. It was a wrenching shift for families who had to abandon graves of their ancestors, but it is generally hailed as a success that could guide displacement elsewhere.
COVID-19: Sydney exits lockdown after 106 days
Sydney has reopened after four months in lockdown, with people running to the shops and hairdressers on Monday.
Death and deforestation: The dirty palm oil companies supplying the EU
An undercover investigation by Global Witness has linked the use of child labour on oil palm plantations to household brands.
Forget Tinder! This is how humpback whales find love
A rare marine phenomenon - the humpback whale ‘heat run’ - has been captured on film by scientists in Australia.
Eua Island: The Tongan island tackling climate change
This project teaching Tongan islanders how to build their own canoes could help them adapt to the challenges of climate change.
International tourists won’t be returning to Australia until 2022
Australia’s prime minister said tourists won’t be welcomed back until next year, with skilled migrants and students set to be given higher priority for entry.