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Vote suspended in PNG capital as three returning officers are detained
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11:52 pm GMT+12, 26/06/2017, Papua New Guinea

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Solomons PM says RAMSI partnership a regional success
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RAMSI remembers those who made the ultimate sacrifice for peace
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22/06/2017 - Solomons' Chinese community concerned about RAMSI exit
22/06/2017 - PM Sogavare calls on Solomon Islanders to take ownership of country as RAMSI leaves
22/06/2017 - Timing of calling election for Vanuatu President required under law: Chairman
22/06/2017 - Judgment on dismissal of Tongan broadcaster expected next week
22/06/2017 - Vanuatu elected a Vice-President of the 72nd UN General Assembly
22/06/2017 - “Dissolve parliament’: West Makira MP calls for fresh elections
22/06/2017 - Leaders call for peaceful polling in PNG
22/06/2017 - Poll favourites
22/06/2017 - Five parties advocate for changes to electoral rules in Fiji
22/06/2017 - Asylum seekers on Nauru accused of prostitution and growing marijuana
22/06/2017 - PNA urged to capitalise on ocean conservation focus to strengthen fishery programme
21/06/2017 - New report reveals child undernutrition cost the PNG economy up to $1.5 billion in a single year
21/06/2017 - Chinese fishing vessels fined close to NZD$1m for tuna offences near NZ waters
21/06/2017 - UK to support Fiji’s COP23 leadership
21/06/2017 - Vanuatu Presidential Election on 03 July
21/06/2017 - Thousands farewell Fr Baldwin Lonsdale
21/06/2017 - Fijian PM calls on people to prepare for elections
21/06/2017 - Worst global coral bleaching event eases, as experts await next one
21/06/2017 - PNG Governor General calls for a free fair election
21/06/2017 - Commonwealth observers pledge independent and impartial assesment of PNG election
21/06/2017 - Solomon Islands PM discusses enhanced relationship with Taiwanese foreign minister
21/06/2017 - U.S vetting of Pacific island refugees nearly done
21/06/2017 - How climate change will threaten food security of world's poorest countries
21/06/2017 - Fijian President attends state funeral in Vanuatu
20/06/2017 - Labour market challenges for Pacific nations focus of regional seminar
20/06/2017 - Organised crimes threat: Samoa PM
20/06/2017 - NZ to help Pacific combat money laundering
20/06/2017 - Fiji report on racism tabled at Humanrights Council
20/06/2017 - Palau and Vanuatu added to Paris black list
20/06/2017 - MSG Observer Mission Chair calls on PNG citizens to vote!
20/06/2017 - Fiji's Electoral Management Service fear
20/06/2017 - 'Blue Pacific' offers powerful narrative
20/06/2017 - Fijian President is newest champion for the 4FJ campaign
20/06/2017 - Citizenship changes: New migrants dragged into political fight
20/06/2017 - PACER Plus national interest analysis released as agreement tabled in NZ Parliament
20/06/2017 - National Peace Dialogue reaches consensus on sustaining peace
20/06/2017 - Solomon Islands undertakes regional consultations on dual citizenship
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