Dateline Pacific morning edition for 27 March 2015
Children in Vanuatu will return to school on Monday; Ni-Vanuatu seasonal workers in NZ prepare for cyclone rebuild; an inquiry into NZ's spy agency isn't enough for some in Solomon Islands; A former Los Angeles policeman takes the top job in Samoa's...
NZ spy inquiry not enough for former Solomons official
A special secretary to the former Prime Minister of Solomon Islands says an inquiry into New Zealand's spy agency's activities in the Pacific should include people like himself.
Samoa new police chief a veteran of the LAPD
Samoa appoints a new police commissioner who has experience on the streets of Los Angeles.
PNG football says country will be ready for Women's World Cup
Papua New Guinea is confident of hosting a Women's World Cup football tournament to remember in 2016.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 26 March 2015
Children in Vanuatu will return to school on Monday; The UN says there's an immediate need for more Vanuatu aid; Ni-Vanuatu seasonal workers in NZ prepare for cyclone rebuild; Bikini islanders look for a new home; The Former Tahiti president is in...
Vanuatu children back to school on Monday
Save the Children says sending children affected by Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu back to school will help them deal with the trauma they have experienced and normalise their lives.
Ni-Vanuatu seasonal workers in NZ prepare for cyclone rebuild
Horticulture New Zealand says it is working with its Ni-Vanuatu seasonal workers to provide them with skills and resources for when they return home and face the rebuild following Cyclone Pam.
Bikini islanders look for a new home
The Bikinian community in the Marshall Islands are exploring resettlement options - nearly 70 years after the islanders were evacuated from their atoll because of US nuclear weapons tests.
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 26 March 2015
The UN says there's an immediate need for more Vanuatu aid; We hear from the island of Erromango which is desperate for food and water; The Former Tahiti president is in court for alleged spying and abuse of public funds; The Cook Islands could see...
Immediate need for more Vanuatu aid - UN
The United Nations says Vanuatu is in critical need of more aid to ensure people have access to shelter, clean water and food over the next three months.
Former Tahiti president in court for alleged spying
Former French Polynesian president Gaston Flosse, in Tahiti's criminal court for alleged spying and abuse of public funds.
New Cooks bill will recognise domestic violence
The Cook Islands could see a radical change in the way domestic violence is dealt with after the introduction of the Family Law Bill.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 25 March 2015
The cyclone struck Vanuatu island of Erromango is in desperate need of food and water; more damage has been revealed in Kiribati due to Cyclone Pam; The election process ramps up in Bougainville; A banned Fiji academic hopes for diplomatic pressure on...
Erromango in desperate need of food
A resident on the remote Vanuatu island of Erromango says the community is in desperate need of food and drinking water as it has not yet received any Government aid.
Bougainville ready for election
Bougainville's electoral chief says his staff are ready for an election process set to begin on Friday.
Lal hopes Australian diplomatic pressure will lift Fiji ban
The former Fiji-based academic Brij Lal says pressure from Australia may be the only way he can return to his homeland.
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 25 March 2015
Vanuatu PM tells the people aid is coming; Cyclone recovery underway in Kiribati and Tuvalu; Concerns at Cooks purse seine increase; Around 1000 women apply to join Fiji Military; Efforts to combat tuberculosis in Papua New Guinea are scaled up; There...
Cyclone recovery underway in Kiribati and Tuvalu
The governments in Tuvalu and Kiribati deal with the aftermath of Cyclone Pam.
Concerns at Cooks purse seine increase
The Cooks Islands is to open further purse seine fishing to international operators but it is been met with concern.
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