Dateline Pacific evening edition for 28 July 201407/28/14
The Pacific's bigeye stocks have been critically depleted; Academic says Pacific Islands Forum is going through a 'turbulent' phase; Victims of Tonga's cyclone need more food and housing; Lingering public perception that Solomons still lacks a local...
Pacific's bigeye stocks critically depleted.
New figures on tuna populations in the Pacific show that the region's bigeye stocks have been critically depleted.
Solomons still lacking a local police chief
Public perception that there are no suitable local candidates for police commissioner linger in Solomon Islands.
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 28 July 2014
Academic says Pacific Islands Forum is going through a 'turbulent' phase; There's a push in Solomons to stop vote buying; Niue's tourism plan attracts criticism; Victims of Tonga's cyclone need more food and housing; A group of Kanak women visit...
Academic says Forum going through 'turbulent' phase
A Fiji academic in Australia says the Pacific Islands Forum is going through a turbulent phase but still maintains its relevance.
Push in Solomons to stop vote buying
Anti-corruption group in Solomon Islands encourages people not to expect payment in exchange for their votes in the general election later this year.
Niue's tourism plan criticised
Niue's strategic tourism plan criticised by ex-tourism chair.
Tonga cyclone victims need more food, housing
A Peoples Representative for Ha'apai in Tonga where a category-five cyclone displaced 5,000 people in January says residents do not have enough food and up to 200 families are still living in tents.
Group of Kanak women visit Vanuatu for exchange
A group of Kanak women visit Vanuatu as part of exchange project to share traditional knowledge.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 25 July 2014
French Polynesia's opposition leader lashes out at the French judiciary; Former Solomons Prime Minister supports new police chief appointment; A Fiji group insists public 'conversations' won't breach decree; An NGO warns against Fiji's ratification of...
Temaru lashes out at French judiciary
French Polynesia's opposition leader, Oscar Temaru, has hit out at France over the way it has favoured the veteran politician Gaston Flosse.
Appointment of an Australian as Solomon Islands Police Chief
The former Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare says he supports the appointment of an Australian as his country's new Police Commissioner.
Fiji's CCF insists 'conversations' will be success
Fiji Citizens Constitutional Forum says its planned constitutional conversations will be successful.
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 25 July 2014
French Polynesia's president looks set to lose his office; Cook Islands Party election victory is marred by allegations of bribery and miscounts;An NGO warns against Fiji's ratification of a free trade agreement with Europe;Women leaders in Tonga meet...
Group warns against Fiji's ratification of EPA
Fiji's Pacific Network on Globalisation says Fiji and other Pacific countries will sacrifice their own economic development by ratifying a free trade agreement with the European Commission.
Tongan women leaders meet for elections training
Thirty potential women candidates for Tonga's election in November have met in Nuku'alofa for a workshop on campaigning and leadership.
Reconciliations mark Vanua'aku Pati direction
The Vanua'aku Pati continues to reconcile with other national parties in the Vanuatu's fragmented parliament.
Tahiti's Flosse set to lose office
France's highest court has upheld a major corruption sentence given to the French Polynesian president Gaston Flosse.
Cook Islands Party election victory marred
The Cook Islands Party election victory marred by accusations of bribery and miscounts from the rival Democratic Party.
Department of Health temporarily shut down Cost U Less
The biggest retail store on American Samoa has been temporarily shut down due to rat infestation and unsanitary conditions.
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