Dateline Pacific morning edition for 22 July 201407/22/14
Fiji's Sodelpa Party promises poverty relief; Also in Fiji, Amnesty calls for accountability over human rights abuses; Nauru's airline is to rebrand and introduce a new service; In the Marshall Islands, overstayers fight for residency; PNG...
Fiji's Sodelpa promises poverty relief
Fiji's Sodelpa Party says its manifesto for the upcoming election addresses basic issues like poverty and jobs.
Nauru's airline introduces new freight service
Nauru's national airline carrier is introducing a new freight service to keep up with growing demand created by Australia-run asylum seeker camps on the island.
PNG documentaries challenge stereotypes
The Australian High Commission to Papua New Guinea says a series of documentary films it commissioned about women leaders in the country breaks new ground.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 21 July 2014
Amnesty calls for accountability over human rights abuses in Fiji; The Fiji Labour Party casts doubt on the country's election process; In the Marshall Islands, overstayers fight for residency; French Polynesia is blighted by unemployment; Tonga...
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 21 July 2014
Fiji's Labour Party casts further doubt on the country's election process; French Polynesia blighted by unemployment; Tonga Democrats at a crossroads; Regional effort needed to fight invasive species; Dance workshop attracts young Pasifika men; New...
Further changes cast doubt on Fiji elections
The Fiji Labour Party says the government's decision not to make the National Register of Voters public further erodes the integrity of the September general election.
French Polynesia blighted by unemployment
The number of job seekers in French Polynesia has reached a new peak with youth unemployment at record levels.
Tonga Democrats at a crossroads
Tonga's Democratic Party is at a crossroads as it dumps a third of its MPs shortly before the country's general election.
Regional effort needed to fight invasive species
The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme says the economic stakes are high for Pacific countries in the need to invest in addressing invasive species.
Dance workshop attracts young Pasifika men
A biannual dance workshop in New Zealand aims to lure young Pasifika men into a dance career.
NZ Pacific writer awarded Iowa writing residency
A New Zealand-based Pacific poet, writer and performer has been accepted into one of the the longest-running international writing programmes in the world.
Vanuatu prime minister not threatened by no-confidence motion
The Vanuatu Prime Minister Joe Natuman says he's received assurances from his caucus that he's got the numbers to continue.
Need for more renewable energy in Pacific - ADB
The ADB says there has been a spike in the need for investment in renewable energy in the Pacific as the cost of diesel continues to rise.
Record sports programme for Micronesian Games
The eighth edition of the Micronesian Games is about to start in the Federated States of Micronesia, with a record 14 sports on the programme.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 18 July 2014
Vanuatu's Prime Minister confident in face of no-confidence motion; A spike in the need for investment in renewable energy in the Pacific; There are calls for more stringent maritime safety laws in Vanuatu; Solomon Islands says ball is in Fiji's court...
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 18 July 2014
There are calls for more stringent maritime safety laws in Vanuatu; Solomon Islands says ball is in Fiji's court over aviation rights; Four MPs in Tonga are dumped by their party; Vanuatu residents are fed up over a wharf proposal; We hear about Papua...
Call for more stringent maritime safety laws in Vanuatu
Vanuatu women want the government to improve the safety of sea transportation throughout the country, in light of last week's ferry sinking.
Solomon Islands says ball in Fiji's court over aviation rights
Solomon Islands civil aviation authority is calling for Fiji to come to the table so a dispute over aviation rights between the two countries can be resolved.
PNG filmmakers need more support
The director of Papua New Guinea's fifth annual Human Rights Film Festival hopes the event will boost support for local filmmakers.
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