Dateline Pacific evening edition for 31 October 201410/31/14
Anger in PNG at Government plans for major new road;Tonga plans to be 100 percent renewable by 2020;Tuvalu farmers get EU help to boost crops;Niue's hotel is to be managed by a New Zealand company;Norfolk's Pitcairners fear loss of self governance;a...
Anger in PNG at Government plans for major new road
A rally is planned in Port Moresby this weekend to fight the PNG Government's plans to build a major new road.
Tonga plans to be 100 percent renewable by 2020
Tonga has set an ambitious goal of 100 percent renewable energy by the end of the decade.
Tuvalu farmers get EU help to boost crops
Tuvalu Director of Agriculture says US$600,000 of funding from the European Union for climate resilent crop initiatives is important to the country's survival.
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 31 October 2014
Fiji's human rights record under scrutiny at the UN; Niue hotel to be managed by New Zealand company; Norfolk's Pitcairners fear loss of self governance; Fiji academic says Pacific Islands Forum needs New Zealand and Australia; Local Chief on a...
Niue hotel to be managed by NZ company
A New Zealand company will soon take over the management of Niue hotel, the Matavai Resort, in a bid to boost tourism to the island.
Norfolk's Pitcairners fear loss of self governance
Pitcairners on Norfolk Island particularly worried at prospect of an end to autonomy.
Local Chief on a mission to preserve Solomon Island culture
A Solomon Islands Chief from the East Kwaio region in Malaita Province is on a mission to save his traditions and culture from extinction.
Fiji's human rights record under scrutiny at the UN
Senior judicial figures from Fiji have told a United Nations gathering in Switzerland the country is addressing concerns about police brutality.
PIF needs NZ and Australia - Fiji academic
A Fijian academic says New Zealand and Australia still have a strong role to play in the Pacific Islands Forum and that includes standing up to Fiji when necessary.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 30 October 2014
The United Nations scrutinises Fiji's human rights record; A Fijian academic says the Pacific Islands Forum needs NZ and Australia; A new land tribunal is planned for French Polynesia; The Pacific Red Cross is to take a joint approach; Worries over...
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 30 October 2014
New land tribunal planned for French Polynesia; Pacific Red Cross to take joint approach to conference; Newly-elected Fiji MPs visit NZ parliament to observe democracy in action; Hawaiian lava flow encroaching on nearby communities; We look at the...
Land tribunal planned for French Polynesia
French Polynesia is a step closer to establishing a new land tribunal after talks in Paris between its Lands Minister and the French Overseas Minister.
Pacific Red Cross to take joint approach to conference
Red Cross leaders in the Pacific have for the first time decided on a joint approach for the region, ahead of several major international conferences in the coming year.
Worries at cuts to Pacific TV content
Pacific broadcasters are concerned over Television New Zealand's latest decision to outsource their Maori and Pacific Islands production to private companies.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 29 October 2014
Newly-elected Fiji MPs visit NZ parliament to observe democracy in action; Hawaiian lava flow encroaching on nearby communities; We look at the sharp fall in the number of candidates contesting Tonga's election; There's a surge in domestic violence...
New Fiji MPs visit NZ parliament
Fiji MPs visiting New Zealand parliament say the experience is vital to developing a new democracy in Fiji.
Hawaiian lava flow reaches homes
The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory says creeping lava flow from the Kilauea Volcano is encroaching onto residential land.
Academic says fall of candidates in Tonga makes sense
A New Zealand academic says it is both a surprise and makes sense that there has been a drop in numbers contesting next month's poll. Malakai Koloamatangi says ructions in Tongan politics over the past four years may have contributed to a sharp fall...
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 29 October 2014
PNG could be at risk of hyperinflation;a surge in domestic violence complaints in the Marshall Islands;Pacific nations work to restore the health of albacore tuna stocks;a human rights advocate fears for refugees on Nauru;the Cook Islands get their...
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