Whakaari/White Island: Volcano may be moving into ‘eruptive episode’

GNS Science says the initial eruption happened about 8.20am yesterday.

President Emmanuel Macron meets with local officials in New Caledonia

Macron says 3000 security officers have been deployed to New Caledonia.

Macron to travel to riot-hit New Caledonia

French President Emmanuel Macron is traveling to New Caledonia, signaling French authorities’ growing confidence that reinforced security and emergency measures are bringing unrest on the French Pacific territory under control. 

Australia and New Zealand send rescue planes to bring back nationals from New Caledonia

The Australian and New Zealand governments announced Tuesday they were sending planes to evacuate their nationals from violence-scorched New Caledonia.

New Caledonia riots: Flight to rescue stranded Kiwis to leave NZ in an hour

NZ and Australian Foreign Ministers met with their French counterpart to push for approval

Why New Caledonia is in crisis: Trapped Kiwi speaks of ‘scary situation’ - The Front Page

One Kiwi currently stuck there said it is a 'scary situation' that has locals worried

The unrest in New Caledonia is not caused by locals but the French - Rob Campbell

OPINION: The indigenous movement has every right to push back against the French.

Kaikōura earthquake linked to unrest at Taupō supervolcano

It’s been a question on the minds of geoscientists - can big quakes trigger eruptions?

French forces launch 'major operation' to open route to New Caledonia's restive capital

French forces launched a "major operation" on Sunday to regain control of a road linking New Caledonia's capital Noumea to the main international airport, after a sixth night of violent unrest.

New Caledonia: one dead and two injured at a roadblock in the north of the island

One more person was killed Saturday and two injured in France's Pacific territory of New Caledonia as security personnel tried to restore order after a fifth night of riots and looting that has now claimed six lives.

New Caledonia’s Noumea airport is closed until Tuesday - Air New Zealand

Air NZ says it has no option but to cancel flights scheduled for Saturday and Monday.

Noumea, New Caledonia riots: Winston Peters’ MFAT in touch with 200 Kiwis in the country

Winston Peters says there are hopes Noumea's airport can open tomorrow.

New Caledonia riots: Noumea burns with escalating civil unrest, four dead

New Zealand has upgraded its SafeTravel alert for parts of New Caledonia.

State of Emergency declared in New Caledonia as Paris vote sparks violent unrest

Four people are dead due to the unrest and violence in the capital, Noumea.

One dead in New Caledonia amid unrest - reports

"I sense dark hours have arrived in New Caledonia," commissioner Louis Le Franc said.

Australian cities, universities brace for pro-Palestine protests

Activists encouraging supporters not to 'let things calm down'.

Riots and unrest rock New Caledonia, Noumea International Airport closes and cancels flights

One Kiwi in Noumea described seeing widespread fires and road blockages.

BBC research reveals 50,000 Russian soldiers have died in Ukraine | BBC News

A BBC investigation suggests more than 50,000 Russian soldiers have died in the war in Ukraine. Researchers from the BBC and the independent Russian websi...

'It's a failure' that Israelis are still held in Gaza, says daughter of hostage held by Hamas

Christiane Amanpour speaks with Sharone Lifschitz, whose 83-year-old father Oded Lifschitz is still being held in Gaza, six months after the war began.

On GPS: Does Israel have an effective strategy against Hamas?

Fareed asks former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett whether Israel can truly eradicate Hamas or its ideology through its war in Gaza.

On GPS: Finland's new president on ending the Ukraine war

New Finnish President Alexander Stubb gives Fareed his assessment on the war in Ukraine after his recent trip to Kyiv — and why he thinks peace negotiations cannot happen yet: "The only way we can achieve peace is through the battlefield."