Dateline Pacific evening edition for 2 October 201410/02/14
A week-long trial has been called in Tahiti to examine the illegal espionage service of the disgraced former president Gaston Flosse; a Solomon Islands court blocks a mining company's work two days after it got approval; Papua New Guinea launches a...
Tahiti espionage case in court in March
Trial over illegal spying in Tahiti deferred until March.
Sport:Strongest ever field set for Oceania Sevens Championship
Noosa hosts the Oceania Sevens Championship this weekend, with extra World Series berths up for grabs as well as major incentives ahead of the Rio Olympics.
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 2 October 2014
Solomon Islands court blocks mining company two days after it got approval; PNG launches TB awareness campaign as disease rates soar;Leaking wrecks concern Pacific leaders; A war of words in PNG; Fiji civil society leader says elections are only the...
Axiom Mining halted again in Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands Court of Appeal grants interim injunction agains Axiom.
PNG launches TB awareness campaign as rates fly
PNG launches Tuberculosis awareness campaign as disease rates continue to climb.
Pacific Islands seek help with leaking WWII wrecks
Leaking WWII wrecks a concern for Pacific Islands Nations.
War of words breaks out over PNG Ombudsman
A war of words has broken out between the PM and opposition leader in PNG, over the Ombudsman Commission's refusal to investigate a complaint.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 1 October 2014
Fiji civil society leader says the elections are only the start of democracy in Fiji; Australian mining operation restarts in the Solomons after a victorius court battle; Samoa's introduced Trochus fishery declared a huge success; Kavo conviction in...
Election only the beginning says Fiji's CCF chief
The CEO of Fiji's Citizens Constitutional Forum says the group has a lot of work ahead of it to empower people after the recent election.
Axiom Mining restarts Solomons operation
Australian mining operation restarts in the Solomons after a victorious court battle.
Rapid growth for Samoa Trochus
Samoan Trochus fishery successfully introduced.
Dateline Pacific morning edition for 1 October 2014
Kavo conviction in PNG seen as tip of iceberg; Tonga government in breach of contract with Real Tonga airlines; American Samoa grants over 4,000 immigration amnesty; Landowners in PNG's Bougainville confused by supposed opposition to mine; An...
Kavo conviction in PNG seen as tip of iceberg
The conviction last week of a Papua New Guinea MP, Governor of Gulf Province, Havila Kavo, for misuse of public funds may point to a much bigger problem with corruption.
Tongan government in breach of airlines contract
Tonga government in breach of contract with Real Tonga airlines after reports it has decided to revoke Real Tonga's domestic licences without notice and bring in a New Zealand operator to take over the domestic air service.
American Samoa grants over 4,000 immigration amnesty
American Samoa has more than 4,000 new lawful residents after immigration amnesty was provided under a bill signed by the Governor.
Dateline Pacific evening edition for 30 September 2014
Landowners in PNG's Bougainville confused by supposed opposition to mine; An independent candidate in Fiji's polls looks to create a political party next time round; Noumea Accord talks suffer blow with boycott by New Caledonia's biggest...
Bougainville landowners say NGO should be ashamed
Landowners' groups around the Panguna mine in Bougainville says an NGO's claims that people are against a return to mining are wrong.
Fiji independent takes stock of her election loss
An independent candidate in Fiji to set up political party next time round.
Kanak group boycotts Paris talks on Noumea Accord
New Caledonia's pro-independence Caledonian Union boycotts Paris talks on Noumea Accord.
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