Tahiti have expressed concerns over accommodation for Samoa 2019 following a visit from their delegation in advance of the Pacific Games.
Tahiti have had their suspension from the Pacific Games provisionally lifted.
Taekwondo athletes are set to descend on Tahiti for the Oceania Championships, which begin tomorrow.
Tahiti remain suspended as a member of the Pacific Games Council (PGC) despite "clearing the first hurdle" towards reinstatement.
World Rugby have announced that Tahiti have been removed from the Rugby World Cup 2019 qualifiers after fielding ineligible players in a match against the Cook Islands last year.
Tahiti has been suspended as a member of the Pacific Games Council (PGC) for "political interference" after the Government boycotted the Pacific Mini Games in Vanuatu.
Vanuatu 2017 chief executive Clint Flood has admitted the Organising Committee was "surprised" at Tahiti opting not to take part in the Opening Ceremony of the Pacific Mini Games but claimed their decision was "not political".
Athletes from Tahiti failed to turn up for the Opening Ceremony of the Pacific Mini Games in Vanuatu after the Government initiated a boycott of the event.
Tahiti are set to field a heavily-reduced team at next month's Pacific Mini Games after the Government confirmed its intention to boycott the event in Vanuatu.
Guam and Samoa left in race for 2019 Pacific Games as Tahiti forced out by lack of Government support
Tahiti are out of the race to host the 2019 Pacific Games due to no Government support, it has been confirmed.
Tahiti has joined Guam and Samoa in expressing their interest in replacing Tonga as hosts of the 2019 Pacific Games.
Guam and Samoa have expressed an interest in replacing Tonga as hosts of the 2019 Pacific Games and Tahiti could also enter the race, insidethegames has been told.
Brazil secured their place in the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup final for the first time since 2011 after an 8-4 victory over Italy in the last four in The Bahamas' capital Nassau.
Rodrigo's stunning late overhead kick saw Brazil eliminate reigning champions Portugal from the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup in The Bahamas’ capital Nassau today.
Papua New Guinea and New Caledonia booked their place in the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Nations Cup as the group stages of the competition drew to a close at the Sir John Guise Stadium in Port Moresby.