Dateline Pacific evening edition for 21 November 201411/20/14
Dramatic results emerging from Solomon Islands elections; the head of Fiji police says he'll act against any cover up; a symposium is told there's more work ahead for a coup-free Fiji; NZ invites its Pacific peers to review its aid programme; and a...
Dramatic results emerging from Solomons election
Dramatic results are emerging from elections in Solomon Islands, as counting continues following voting on Wednesday.
Head of Fiji police says he'll act against any cover up
Fiji's Police Commissioner says if he finds police personnel deliberately closed an investigation involving allegations against security personnel, he will take steps against them.
NZ invites review of its aid programme
The Pacific Islands recipients of New Zealand's aid are undertaking a review of that process.
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 21 November 2014
Symposium hears whether Fiji election will end the country's tendency to have coups; Pacific weather expoerts say this could be a busy cyclone season; A Papua New Guinea NGO says an Australian rainforest summit was a failure; the delay continues over...
More work ahead for coup-free Fiji
New Zealand symposium told more work ahead lies ahead to ensure an end to Fiji's "coup culture".
Pacific forecasters expect busy cyclone season
Forecasters across the Pacific are expecting the cyclone season to be slightly busier than normal.
PNG group says Aust summit failure
A Papua New Guinea NGO says a large rainforest summit in Australia failed to discuss the urgent threats facing PNG rainforests.
Tonga's NZ police chief finishing up
: A New Zealander who has headed Tonga's police for the past two and a half years is about to finish his term.
Solomons vote count underway
The vote count is underway following the election on Wednesday in Solomon Islands, first preliminary results possibly available tonight.
Cook Island by-election awaits court's decision
The outcome of the Cook Islands general election held in July continues to be played out in the courts with a decision still pending as to whether the Mitiaro by-election will be counted.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 20 November 2014
The vote count in Solomon Islands is underway; The delay continues over whether votes from a Cook Islands by-election will be counted; Fiji's opposition defends boycott of Indian Prime Minister's address; Greenpeace lobbies Kiribati government over...
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 20 November 2014
Fiji's opposition defends boycott of Indian Prime Minister's address; Greenpeace lobbies Kiribati government over industrial fishing; A call for Tonga's politicians to work together; A Fiji man plans legal action against the Government.
Fiji's opposition defend boycott move
Fiji's opposition has explained why it boycotted the Indian PM's address.
Greenpeace lobbies Kiribati government over industrial fishing
Greenpeace has been lobbying the government of Kiribati to not renew the licence of two of the world's largest purse seine fishing vessels next year.
A call for Tonga's politicians to work together
Former deputy leader of Tonga's Democrats explains why he is not contesting next week's election.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 19 November 2014
It is calm and quiet on polling day in the Solomons; There are plans for legal action in Fiji after allegations of an assault while in custody; UNICEF warns pneumonia can kill; MSF trial drones in PNG's TB crisis; CNMI boost efforts to fight...
Peaceful and calm on Solomons election day
Solomons Islanders are voting today to elect a new 50 member parliament.
Legal action over Fiji assault in custody
A man who claims four Fiji military intelligence officers abused and threatened to kill him while he was in custody is planning on taking legal action against the government.
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 19 November 2014
Unicef warns pneumonia can kill; MSF trial drones in PNG's TB crisis; CNMI boost efforts to fight non-communicable diseases; Solomons world heritage East Rennell listed as critical; France says no alternative to holding a referendum in New Caledonia;...
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