Pacific Beat AM Podcast 23 July 2014
Solomon Islanders urged to check the new voters role to ensure they are correctly enrolled for this year's election and a new warning about the demise of the population of Pacific Bluefin tuna.
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 22nd July 2014
We head to the AIDS 2014 conference here in Melbourne where a breakthrough in the search for a vaccine has been announced, And we head to Papua New Guinea where the belief in the ability of prayer to heal HIV/AIDS is growing with deadly results.
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 22nd July 2014
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 21st July 2014
The AIDS 2014 conference gets underway in Melbourne with PNG a focus of attention, and intense competition for the title of Miss Samoa Australia.
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 21st July 2014
Australia pays tribute to MH 17 victims and Bishop says Security Council push is for victims families.
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 18th July 2014
The upcoming International AIDS Conference in Melbourne has been devastated by the crash of a Malaysia Airlines flight over the Ukraine as more than a hundred delegates were on board. Also, Australian scientists marry a heat-seaking missile with a...
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 18th July 2014
Allegations of corruption and bribery linked to the drug trade taint at least one result in the Cook Islands election and new research confirms that Tonga was once the centre of a vast Pacific trading empire.
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 17th July 2014
The carbon tax is axed in Australia and an armada of voyaging canoes from the Pacific will set out to highlight the impacts of climate change.
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 17th July 2014
The Itaukei language in Fiji is under threat of extinction and Petero Civoniceva speaks about the push by Fiji to play rugby league in Australia.
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 16th July 2014
Typhoon Rammasun hits the Philippines and more political and legal intrigue in Papua New Guinea.
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 16th July 2014
The campaign to cut smoking across the Pacific and a call for more affordable access to the internet in Pacific Island nations.
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 15th July 2014
Managing risks and hazards around the Pacific, and just how healthy is organic food?
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 14th July 2014
A tit-for-tat airline battle between Solomon Islands and Fiji, and a smartphone app to record whale sightings in New Caledonia and French Polynesia.
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 14th July 2014
A new warning regarding the sustainability of the current harvest of Southern Blue fin tuna and the PNG Hunters slipping further down the Queensland Cup ladder.
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 11th July 2014
An overloaded passgenger ferry only took a minute to sink to a depth of 350 metres in Vanautu in the early hours of this morning. It's too close to call, but at the moment, Cook Islands caretaker prime minister Henry Puna may lose his seat to the...
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 11th July 2014
Doctors in short supply in Papua New Guinea, while in Fiji doctors are leaving for better paying jobs overseas.
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 10th July 2014
Cook Islanders go to the polls. And, three months after the devastating Honiara floods, Solomon Islands sets its next priority for recovery.
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 10th July 2014
A plan for a citizens referendum to oppose a casino in Saipan thwarted. Vanuatu's prime minister says solving the country's major health crisis a high priority.
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 9th July 2014
The temporary stay for PNG's Task Force Sweep back in court tomorrow and a world title for a NZ barber shop quartet.
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