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Dateline Pacific evening edition for 29 January 2015
The Solomons Prime Minister speaks on his ambitious policy statement; Tongan government looks at outer island needs; Fiji police plead for the community to report child abuse; Leading Cook Islands women's groups plan to honour their own; Fiji's...
Sogavare aims to pull Solomons out of Least Developed status
Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare speaks on his ambitious policy statement.
Tongan govt looks at outer island needs
The Tongan Government is conducting orientation tours of the outer islands in an effort to stay connected and to review ongoing issues among the population there.
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 29 January 2015
Fiji police plead for the community to report child abuse; PNG's former military commander labels the police force incompetent; we track Pacific efforts towards the Millienium Development Goals; Leading Cook Islands women's groups plan to honour their...
Fiji faces child abuse challenges
Fiji's Police Commissioner says the police have a zero tolerance policy on offences against children and he has issued a plea to the community to report child abuse.
Cooks women look back at 50 years of advancement
Leading womens groups in the Cook Islands are to meet in March to celebrate 50 years of self-government.
Fiji football mourns death of U17 international in Samoa
The Oceania football community is in shock following the death of Fiji Under 17 international Shalit Muni Reddy, who drowned while in Samoa for a regional tournament.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 28 January 2015
Former PNG military commander says police force is broken; Divisions emerge in the Samoan PM's party; We track Pacific efforts towards Millenium Development Goals; ; West Papua's unified independence movement arrives in Vanuatu to submit its MSG...
Former PNG military commander says police force is broken
PNG's former military commander says the country's police force is broken and incompetent and unable to carry out its constitutional duty.
Divisions emerge in the Samoan PM's party
A controversial ruling Human Rights Protection Party MP, Tu'u'u Anasii Leota, is ignoring the Prime Minister's call for him to quit the party.
Cook Islands and Niue lead MDG Pacific Race
Mixed results for the Pacific as the deadline for delivery of the Millennium Development Goals looms.
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 28 January 2015
West Papua's unified independence group arrives in Vanuatu to submit its MSG application; Fiji's Port Denarau is set for a massive expansion; Plans to address the state of broadcasting in Vanuatu; A new hi-tech tuna processing plant gives American...
United Papuan group to hand in MSG application next week
The recently formed West Papua National Liberation Front is in Vanuatu to submit their application for full membership of the Melanesian Spearhead Group.
Fiji's Port Denarau to get makeover
Fiji's Port Denarau Marina is set for an upgrade, which could include a new sports stadium.
Sport: Rugby League Nines going global in Cabramatta
Emerging nations believe a Rugby League Nines World Series could be the answer as interest continues to skyrocket in the newest form of the game.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 27 January 2015
Plans to address the state of broadcasting in Vanuatu; A new hi-tech tuna processing plant gives American Samoa a boost; Tonga tries to reverse a tide of secondary school dropouts; health authorities in Tonga ask people to improve sanitation in the...
Plans to fix the state of broadcasting in Vanuatu
Despite millions of dollars being poured into it, Vanuatu's public broadcaster remains, by the government's own admission, hamstrung.
American Samoan job hopes as cannery opens
The American Samoan economy has received a boost with the opening of a 70 million US dollar a high tech tuna cannery.
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 27 January 2015
Tonga tries to reverse a tide of secondary school dropouts; calls for Indonesia's president to follow through on his campaign promise of addressing human rights issues in Papua; health authorities in Tonga ask people to improve sanitation practices in...
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