Pacific Beat PM Podcast 30th January 201503/29/15
Vanuatu's Opposition leader accuses the Natuman government of selfishness and a failure of leadership as it races to send relief following Cyclone Pam. Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Peter O'Neill distances himself from a proposal to stop foreigners...
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 30th March 2015
The Vanuatu government under fire over its handling of the Cyclone Pam relief effort and
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 27th March 2015
Doctors at Port Vila's main hospital call for more blood donations as the recovery from Cyclone Pam continues and The World Rugby Sevens series resumes at its spiritual home in Hong Kong with Fiji, New Zealand and South Africa locked in a three way...
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 27th March 2015
We hear how the medical staff at Port Vila's central hospital are helping people recover from their distress at the devastation of Cyclone Pam. And, Palau journalist Bernadette Carreon details the discovery after authorities opens the first caves...
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 26th March 2015
We'll hear more about the aid and relief efforts across Vanuatu shortly, including how an animal welfare group says many animals in Vanuatu are being looked after well in the wake of Cyclone Pam. And, The Palau government successfully opens the first...
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 26th March 2015
Papua New Guinea's prime minister intervenes in the planned deportation of West Papuan activist Benny Wenda and with 600,000 tickets on sale from today for the Pacific Games in Port Moresby in July people can still see some events for free.
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 25th March 2015
Claims of a shooting in Indonesia's West Papua, as the Melanesian community there were collecting donations for victims of Cyclone Pam. How Vanautu's seasonal workers in Australia are dealing with the crisis back home, and how they feel about...
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 25th March 2015
Vanuatu hopes to raise almost 30 million dollars US from international donations as it launches a Flash Appeal to provide funds for the next three months as it recovers from Cyclone Pam. And, Vanuatu's local radio working again.
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 24th March 2015
World Food Program to take a leading role in supplying food aid to Vanuatu in the months ahead following Cyclone Pam. How the Australian and Nauru governments are dealing with the fallout from the Moss Review into allegations of sexual assault in...
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 23rd March 2015
Nine days after Category Five Cyclone Pam tore through the Vanuatu archipeligo, the scale of the relief effort is daunting. The country is grappling with 65 thousand homeless and 166 thousand who'll need food aid for the next three months.
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 20th March 2015
We continue our coverage detailing the assessment and relief effort across Vanuatu following Cyclone Pam. Today we focus heavily on the need to get Vanuatu's agriculture, it's food and cash crops up and running as soon as possible.
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 24th March 2015
Prime Minister Joe Natuman tours Vanuautu's cyclone ravaged Shepherd Islands as more supplies head for the country and a focus on raising international funds as donors meet today for what's called a FLASH APPEAL.
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 23rd March 2015
We continue our coverage detailing the assessment and relief effort across Vanuatu following Cyclone Pam. The country is grappling with 65-thousand homeless and 166-thousand who'll need food aid for the next three months.
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 20th March 2015
Almost a week after Cyclone Pam devasted Vanuatu's many island communities, the Government hopes to start delivering the massive amount of aid that has poured into the country from international donor governments and aid agencies. One of the Pacific's...
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 19th March 2015
We continue our coverage detailing the assessment and relief effort across Vanuatu following Cyclone Pam. Fiji-born academic Dr Brij Lal banned from returning there indefinitely.
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 19th March 2015
The Vanuatu Government calls for help from international countries especially for a helicopter to help distribute aid to outlying islands and Government spokesman Kiery Manesseh on the challenges ahead for Vanuatu.
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 18th March 2015
Today's program is again dedicated to the rescue efforts underway in Vanuatu and Solomon Islands following the trail of Cyclone Pam over the past week.
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 18th March 2015
Researchers hail a major advance in the push to create a vaccine for malaria and the chance of a lifetime for Samoa team heading to 2015 World Games in America. But we focus this morning on the increasing disaster emergency in Vanuatu.
Pacific Beat PM Podcast 17th March 2015
Today's program is again dedicated to the rescue efforts underway in Vanuatu, Tuvalu and Solomon Islands following the trail of Cyclone Pam over the past week.
Pacific Beat AM Podcast 17th March 2015
The death toll from Tropical Cyclone Pam rises in Vanuatu to 24 with fears it could rise higher as authorities get access to islands where communications have been cut for days.
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