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UK reassures commitment to the Pacific despite Brexit
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11:19 pm GMT+12, 20/10/2016, Samoa
“We will continue to abide by our obligations  and we look to ratify the Paris  agreement in the next few weeks, so we will be an earlier adopter of that one, and that agenda does not change. We are committed as the UK to leading the global debate and pushing countries to be ambitious…
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Royal audience for Fiji President
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Ambassador for Pacific Economic Development hopes for stronger Fiji -NZ ties
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Fijians' efforts praised
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EU ready to give $67.5m
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Fiji PM says PACER too one-sided and restrictive
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High tides, storm cause ocean flooding in Majuro
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Fiji Military will only assist Police in armed conflicts : Qiliho
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PM O’Neill welcomes start of APEC Haus construction
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USP journalism awards
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PNG Government aims to implement SDG goals
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Turnbull government backs down on gag laws for doctors on Nauru and Manus
The Turnbull government has quietly backed down on unpopular laws that threatened doctors and
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Fijian PM Bainimarama says relations with NZ PM John Key are 'very cordial'
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Island gunman 'dead'
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Fiji needs stronger national disaster risk management system
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PNG MP’s home raided
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Opposition questions why Vanuatu PM accepted trip to China
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Tuvalu petitioners want their CJ out
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No change recommended for US Pacific territories’ longline bigeye limits
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Fiji locks in more Russian help with disasters
Fiji's leaders hope to introduce better technology to prepare for disasters, with help fro
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Fiji Prime Minister set to get red-carpet treatment in NZ
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Two reported dead in Rarotonga shooting, gunman on the run
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FBC TV’s alleged racist show under fire
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Tongan Parliament to discuss motion within 14 days
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Taiwan Vice president wants deeper ties with Pacific Island nations
Taiwan Vice President Chen Chien-jen expressed hope Wednesday that Taiwan will continue to exp
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Video recording to be used in Fiji Police interrogation
Video recording during Police interrogation will be gradually implemented in all Police statio
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