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Mr. Apple wants more Samoan apple pickers
By Online Editor
12:59 pm GMT+12, 29/07/2014, Samoa
“Make full use of it. Many others like you in Samoa would love the opportunity you now have. Work hard and stay away from alcohol. Behave yourselves and abide by your contract obligations. Be careful of other Samoans here in New Zealand who come and fool you with false promises. At the end of…
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Pacific Islands Forum goes ahead without Key, Abbott
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key isn't here. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott pull
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EU High Representative to Attend Pacific Islands Forum in Palau
The European Union's High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-
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Bribery, corruption among allegations in Cook Island election challenges to High Court
Nine candidates have filed petitions in the Cook Islands High Court, challenging this month
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Solomon Islands PM opens office in Cuba
Prime Minister Gordon Darcy Lilo has officially opened Solomon Islands Embassy in Cuba in a la
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PNG Police Comissioner's case referred to Supreme Court
Constitutional issues on whether the Papua New Guinea National Court has the jurisdiction to d
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SIDS Youth Forum online campaign SIDSTERS goes ‘live’
The SIDSTERS Youth Forum Campaign will be launched this week as part of the lead up to the SID
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Marshall Islands gets high marks for shark protection
Marshall Islands shark protection legislation is being used as a global model by an internatio
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World renowned scientist urges Pacific Leaders to be cautious with oceans exploration
By PACNEWS Editor, Makereta Komai in Palau   Wo
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Atafu Declaration calls on member countries to assert their rights on albacore resources
By PACNEWS Editor, Makereta Komai in Palau   Th
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PNG Sweep Team court victory
The National Court in Papua New Guinea Monday issued a permanent stay order stopping the Natio
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Vanuatu dumps MPs for disloyalty
An extraordinary session of the Vanuatu parliament was adjourned Monday until later on Tuesday
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Concerns over Solomon Island police re-arming
-A Solomon Islands academic has sounded a note of caution about moves to re-arm the local poli
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Tongan Prime Minister attends 4th Meeting of the Polynesian Leaders Group
-----The Prime Minister of Tonga, Lord Tu’ivakano, this week joined members of the Polyn
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Polynesian Group chooses Niue as new chair
The Polynesian Leaders Group has chosen Niue as the chair for next year, taking over from Fren
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Forum leaders asked not to smoke, Academic says Forum still relevant
Health authorities on Palau have asked Pacific Island Forum leaders to lead the way and not to
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Peace broker rejected by PNG Police hierarchy
A bid to broker a truce between two rival factions of the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary
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President Flosse unmoved by Paris court ruling
French Polynesia's president is still in office - four days after France's highest cou
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Maelanga Commends RAMSI
Solomon Islands Acting Prime Minister Manasseh Maelanga has sent greetings to all participatin
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Foreign ministers could decide on Fiji's membership, says Pacific Islands Forum Secretary General
The head of the Pacific Islands Forum has suggested the region's foreign ministers could b
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PM O’Neill, group attend forum
Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Peter O’Neill has led Papua New Guinea’s delegatio
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PNG Fraud officer charged over firearm offence
The police fraud investigator who had initially obtained a warrant of arrest against Papua New
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Alarm bells as diabetes forecast points to rise in cases
 Twenty- One years from now, the incidence of diabetes among Fiji's population could
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PNG among top 10 countries with highest number of smokers
Papua New Guinea is one of the top 10 countries in the world with the highest smoking prevalen
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Fiji’s suspension from PIF ‘traumatic’ experience for the region – SG Slade
By PACNEWS Editor, Makereta Komai in Palau   Th
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Pacific region more involved in international processes, especially on MDGs in the last six years - Slade
By PACNEWS Editor, Makereta Komai in Palau   Pa
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Pacific Summit to Urge Action on Climate Change
----Pacific island leaders will renew calls for meaningful action on climate change at a regio
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FijiFirst leader Bainimarama announces 21 party candidates
The political party of Fiji’s Prime Minister Rear Admiral( retired) Voreqe Bainimarama h
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Fiji military will not assist Police on election day
The Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) will not assist the Fiji Police Force during the o
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McCully to attend Pacific Islands Forum
New Zealand Foreign Minister Murray McCully will lead the New Zealand delegation to the 45rd P
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25/07/2014 - New Solomon Islands Police Commissioner's integrity questioned
25/07/2014 - RAMSI provides support in preparation for Solomon Islands election
25/07/2014 - Temaru reminds French HC of court ruling
25/07/2014 - Cooks bribery accusations common, says academic
25/07/2014 - Former PNG Police Commissioner contests govt decision
25/07/2014 - Anti-HIV medicine available for Mums in PNG
25/07/2014 - Pacific Angel making a difference in Tonga
25/07/2014 - Very bad week: Airline disasters come in a cluster
25/07/2014 - Flosse woes prompt Tahiti poll call
25/07/2014 - Fiji re-elected to council of International seabed Authority
25/07/2014 - Respect and dignity essential for those infected with HIV: survivor and activist
25/07/2014 - Illegal Fijians in Tonga
25/07/2014 - Solomons to push for Rodgers to head Pacific Islands Forum
25/07/2014 - Love Patrol breaks down barriers in the Pacific
25/07/2014 - Australian PM pulls out of Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Meeting to deal with MH 17 tragedy
25/07/2014 - Criminalisation of homosexual behaviour in Pacific countries undermining HIV effort, advocates say
25/07/2014 - RAMSI details Solomons police re-arming plan
25/07/2014 - Fiji President meets Queen Elizabeth II at Commonwealth Games opening
25/07/2014 - PNG MPs face scrutiny
25/07/2014 - MEPs threaten delay to hearings
24/07/2014 - Pacific athletes 'honoured' to carry national flags at Commonwealth Games opening ceremony
24/07/2014 - President Flosse unrepentant after Paris ruling
24/07/2014 - Cooks electoral office defends results
24/07/2014 - Proposed OneFiji awaits registration approval
24/07/2014 - Fiji calls for dedication to healthy oceans at International Seabed Authority Assembly
24/07/2014 - Suspended Nauru MP says waiting continues
24/07/2014 - France names new High Commissioner to New Caledonia
24/07/2014 - Bougainville factions make peace
24/07/2014 - U.S global database for passports, visas crashes
24/07/2014 - Ministers to contest for FijiFirst
24/07/2014 - Russian military delegation in Fiji
24/07/2014 - Vanua'aku Pati considers mergers
24/07/2014 - Plane goes down near American Samoa
24/07/2014 - Fijian President hold talks with UK Minister for Commonwealth
24/07/2014 - Challenge on PNG grace period law set for August
24/07/2014 - Fijian soldiers caught in crossfire
24/07/2014 - Conviction of French Polynesian president upheld
24/07/2014 - Consign them to history: Fijian PM Bainimarama
24/07/2014 - Samoa on health alert over suspected dengue fever outbreak
24/07/2014 - Fijian PM send congratulatory message to New Caledonian President
24/07/2014 - Fijian foreign Affairs Minister meets PNG Special Parliamentary Committee
24/07/2014 - 47 dead as plane crashes in stormy weather in Taiwan
23/07/2014 - Human activity causing sea level rise beyond natural changes
23/07/2014 - Petitions too expensive for Cook Islands Democratic Party
23/07/2014 - Two Vale New Caledonia guards shot
23/07/2014 - Croc snatches woman in Solomon Islands
23/07/2014 - SODELPA extends invitation for coalition
23/07/2014 - Old politicians promoted racial disunity: PM Bainimarama
23/07/2014 - Cook Islands PM unfazed by petitions
23/07/2014 - West Papuan political prisoners freed
23/07/2014 - Joko Widodo elected Indonesian president
23/07/2014 - American Samoa warns about illness outbreak
23/07/2014 - Queen helps celebrate Prince George's birthday
23/07/2014 - Global study finds major decline of death, infections from HIV, tuberculosis and malaria
23/07/2014 - Papua New Guinean revivalist churches push dangerous campaign for 'faith-healing' of AIDS
23/07/2014 - Motorbike 'bribes' for Cooks votes
23/07/2014 - Fiji's leadership in HIV/AIDS campaign commended by UNFPA
23/07/2014 - Pacific needs to unite in eliminating child labour and trafficking
23/07/2014 - Right to contest poll
23/07/2014 - Pacific leaders to raise ABC International service cuts with Australia's deputy Prime Minister
22/07/2014 - Calls to stop sale of Tonga's satellite orbital slots
22/07/2014 - Cook Islands Democratic Party leader to challenge election result on corruption allegations
22/07/2014 - Solomon islands voters to see list from today
22/07/2014 - Solomon Islands PM to open new diplomatic mission in Cuba, Jakarta
22/07/2014 - NZ Labour open to Bainimarama visit
22/07/2014 - Two Samoas in visa fees stand-off
22/07/2014 - Waikato doctor takes up key Fiji role for eye care charity
22/07/2014 - Don't vote for a coup maker: Draunidalo
22/07/2014 - Mekamui pledges support to ABG
22/07/2014 - Tahiti president held for questioning
22/07/2014 - Fiji's SODELPA would revive Qoliqoli Bill
22/07/2014 - AIDS experts blast countries with anti-gay laws
22/07/2014 - Cook Islands Prime Minister Henry Puna returned to government after extra votes counted
22/07/2014 - Fiji’s oldest Party launches manifesto
22/07/2014 - Top cop fails in bid to dump charges
22/07/2014 - Fiji PM trip to NZ 'part of democracy'
22/07/2014 - Clinton visit to PNG cancelled
22/07/2014 - Manus witnesses 'threatened'
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