Dateline Pacific evening edition for 20 October 201410/20/14
Tonga's government denies threatening the Public Service Association; we hear about a controversial payout to Solomon Islands MPs; there are calls for a tuna deal between the US and Pacific to be overhauled; and a researcher says PNG's WWII stories...
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 20 October 2014
Calls for US Tuna deal to be overhauled; Plans for food processing plant in American Samoa; A researcher wants PNG's WWII stories recorded 'urgently'; NZ Samoans cycle for health; Tonga's rugby coach says Pacific players are thinking twice about the...
US Tuna deal in need of overhaul:PNA
PNA not surprised by Kiribati deviation in Pacific - US tuna negotiations.
Plans for food processing plant in American Samoa
Plans for a food processing plant that promises about 700 jobs in American Samoa has been met with cautious optimism.
Effort to record PNG's WWII stories 'urgent', says researcher
A pilot oral history project has just been completed in Papua New Guinea recording the experiences of those affected by the second world war.
NZ Samoans use bikes to convey health message
A group of New Zealand Samoans are using bikes to take their health message to men in their home country.
Pacific players think twice about playing for All Blacks
Tongan rugby coach thinks Pacific players in New Zealand will think twice before trying to make the All Blacks.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 17 October 2014
We speak to the man alleged assaulted by Fiji military; Niue marks 40 years of independence; Maiden speeches in Fiji parliament express anger and hope; Norfolk Island's government fears it will lose its democracy.
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 17 October 2014
Fears for democracy on Norfolk Island;PNG police brutality highlights link to logging industry; Proposed changes to reform Tonga's judicial system; Back to business for Fiji-New Zealand trade and we hear about an innovative way of stopping illegal...
Government on Norfolk Island fears it will lose democracy
Norfolk Island seeks a say in Canberra's plans to reduce its legislative council to local government level.
Fiji and NZ's business relationship looks set to improve
Relations between Fiji and New Zealand businesses look to be on the mend after Fiji's election last month.
PNG police brutality highlights troublesome link to loggers
Calls continue for Papua New Guinea police working for logging companies to be removed amid unresolved claims of police brutality against landowner communities opposed to logging.
Minister of Justice says the judicial system needs reforming
Proposed changes to reform Tonga's judicial system and to amend the constitution await Royal Assent.
"Virtual watchroom" on offer for Pacific fisheries
Pacific island countries are being offered access to a so-called virtual watchroom to help combat illegal fishing in their waters.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 16 October 2014
PNG police brutality highlights link to logging industry; Proposed changes to reform Tonga's judicial system; We hear about an innovative way of stopping illegal fishing; PNG governors discuss greater autonomy; Solomons police chief to bring in new...
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 16 October 2014
PNG Governors dicuss greater autonomy; Solomons police chief to bring in new leadership; New security for staff at Papua new Guinea's national broadcaster after assaults; Global Handwashing Day supports health of Pacific; The Forum Fisheries Agency...
PNG Governors dicuss greater autonomy.
Governors of Papua New Guinea's provinces have been meeting in Kavieng to discuss common issues and efforts to gain more autonomy.
Solomons police chief to bring in new leadership
The new Solomon Islands police commissioner says the force needs new leadership.
Global Handwashing Day supports health of Pacific
UNICEF Pacific aims to demonstrate how communities can make a big difference to their health through the simple act of washing their hands.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 15 October 2014
New security for staff at Papua new Guinea's national broadcaster after assaults; a mobile texting scheme helps PNG health workers; the WHO says countries in the region need to re-orient their health services with life expectancy set to increase; the...
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