Tagata o te Moana
Tagata o te Moana for 15 November 201411/14/14
The Solomon Islands prepares for a general election; Australia in UN spotlight over its treatment of refugees while the first refugees are declared in the Australian camps in PNG; Fiji gets a rare visit from the leader of India; There is a spat...
Tagata o te Moana for 8 November 2014
Human rights watchdogs look forward to action by Fiji; a campaign to nominate Kiribati's leader for the Nobel Prize; SPC would back review of Pacific bodies; RAMSI flying in more police for Solomons Elections; Long time American Samoa congressman...
Tagata O Te Moana for 1 November 2014
Fiji's human rights record under scrutiny at the UN; PIF needs NZ and Australia - Fiji academic; Norfolk's Pitcairners fear loss of self govt; Australian human rights advocate fears for refugees on Nauru; Local Chief on a mission to preserve Solomon...
Tagata o te Moana for 25 October 2014
Tonga's Democrats well organised for November poll; Fiji audit shows blatant financial mismanagement - FLP; ICC asked to investigate Australia for 'crimes of humanity'; More than 300 residents evicted from an illegal settlement in Vanuatu; Fiji's...
Tagata o te Moana for 18 October 2014
Maiden speeches in Fiji parliament express anger and hope; Niue marks 40 years of independence; Solomons police chief is to bring in new leadership; PNG police brutality highlights troublesome link to loggers; Tonga's push for judicial reform; The PNA...
Tagata o te Moana for 11 October 2014
A lengthy ban on a Tonga plane is lifted by New Zealand; The pro-independence groups in New Caledonia seek help at the United Nations; Samoa declares meteorological drought; PNG's continuing struggle to cope with Non-communicable disease; PNG to get...
Tagata o te Moana for 4 October 2014
Australia's to investigate abuse claims in its Nauru camps; fiji's Law Society makes a comeback after 5 years of weakened existence; a week-long trial is called in Tahiti to examine the illegal espionage service of a disgraced former president; santo...
Tagata o te Moana for 27 September 2014
Frank Bainimarama says he is now the leader of Fijians; the people of the Pacific plead for global action against climate change; The conviction of a PNG politician is seen as tip of iceberg; new backing for Australia's Temporary Protection Visas is...
Tagata o te Moana for Sat 20 Sept 2014
The latest on an historic week in Fiji; a series of attempts in the Cook Islands to turn around election results fall over; violence in PNG; a controversial deportation from Vanuatu; the impact on PNG of an Opposition of just 3; Drought in Tonga; the...
Tagata o te Moana for 13 September 2014
Four days out from an historic election in Fiji; the Fiji grassroots express concerns in countdown to vote; PNG's second biggest party now officially out the government; PNG anti-corruption team to ask court to enforce its pay; Land Owners to sue...
Tagata o te Moana for 6 September 2014
Dozens of Partnerships emerge from the small island states conference; Fiji couple allege courier pressure on vote; The Northern Marianas Govt told to pay what it owes to its power utility; Australia stops asylum seeker transfer to Manus; Ban Ki Moon;...
Tagata o te Moana for 30 August 2014
A Papua New Guinea volcano blows and drops ash over a wide area; A New Zealand academic wants the SIDS Conference to address 'blatant inequalities; We hear about the growing links between Papua New Guinea's West Sepik Province and neighbouring...
Tagata o te Moana for 23 August 2014
A survey finds New Zealand political parties agree aid budget is too low; Calls for the release of all children in Australia's asylum seeker camps; Concerns in the Pacific over Australian broadcasting cuts; There's frustration among PNG business...
Tagata o te Moana for 9 August 2014
Constraints still exist despite freed up pre-election debate in Fiji, Fiji's CCF cancels panel discussions, A group of prominent Australians speak out about the asylum seeker camps..Tonga's problems with a culture of violence in the police...the sale...
Tagata o te Moana for 2 August 2014
The Pacific Islands Forum summit concludes with historic election of a woman SG; Tahiti public opinion stoked by Flosse case; Fiji election campaigning in full swing; NZ urged to not abandon West Papuans; Amid diplomatic storm, Russian cybercrime...
Tagata o te Moana for 26 July 2014
Tahiti's Flosse set to lose office; Mixed reaction to Bainimarama's proposed NZ trip; Fiji's Sodelpa promises poverty relief; the fate of five suspended MPs in Nauru; allegations of treachery in the Cook Islands election; Appointment of an Australian...
Tagata o te Moana for 19 July 2014
Further changes to electoral system caste doubt on Fiji elections; The Cook Islands Party has won an absolute majority after the election; Tonga Democrats at a crossroads; Ethicist warns of risk to Australia's reputation; Solomons enters flood...
Tagata o te Moana for 12 July 2014
A week of pacific news.
Tagata o te Moana for 5 July 2014
Further tumult in PNG politics; Depopulation key issue for Cook Island elections; a mixed reaction after a key Melanesian body which West Papuans want to join; Nauru's speaker labels ousted MPs treasonous; A UN agency advances family planning ideas in...
Tagata o te Moana for 21 June 2014
PNG Prime Minister stands firm amid political meltdown; PNG's camp ruled constitutional; Solomons camps shut soon; Exhibition on legacy of NZ's invasion of Samoa during WW1 opens; Call for Pacific Forum to take a lead in trying to solve Nauru crisis;...
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