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Leader of Papua New Guinea Government Business James Marape says a local woman was allegedly raped by Australian expatriate workers on Manus.   “There was, as reported, a rape that took place in the processing centre and criminal activities being exposed out there,” Marape said.   He said expatriate workers had been “rushed out of the country after committing offences that are criminal in » read more
 
Julie Bishop urged to help reunite Nauruan opposition MP with Australian wife Suspended Nauru MPs hopeful of Forum help
Three Tongans seminarians sent back home Fiji's Prime Minister expresses sorrow at the death of Vanuatu's former PM Natapei
 
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Vanuatu loses a leader of integrity: Commentary
00:54 am GMT+12, 29/07/2015, Vanuatu
By Ben Bohane   Flags in Vanuatu are today flying at half-mast in tribute to the sudden passing of the Honourable Edward Nipake Natapei Tuta Fanua`araki, the current Opposition Leader.   Natapei was Prime Minister twice and Opposition leader several times during the course of Read more

Pacific Islands plan for 2020 World Round of Population and Housing Censuses
Pacific Census Commissioners and Government Statisticians are meeting at the headquarters of t
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Vanuatu reconstruction moves ahead in the aftermath of Cyclone Pam
More than four months after Cyclone Pam, one of the most powerful ever recorded in the South P
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Missing slave fishing boats tracked to Papua New Guinea
From space, the fishing boats are just little white specks floating in a vast stretch of blue
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New toolkit helps projects to end violence against women and girls
Ending violence against women is not Tonga’s problem alone nor is it unique to the Pacif
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Business News
Samoan Minister confirms new telcom competitor
00:50 am GMT+12, 29/07/2015, Samoa
Samoan Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Tuisugaletaua Aveau Sofara, has confirmed the arrival of a new telecommunication company.   Although the company has been quietly setting up in town, the Minister stopped short of revealing the company’s name and who is Read more

Hawaii’s longline fishermen on course to hit bigeye limit
Hawaii’s longline fishermen on course to hit bigeye limit HONOLULU, 29
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Fiji backs MRDC hotel project
Papua New Guinea Mineral Resources Development Company’s investment in Fiji’s prop
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Crown Prince opens BSP bank operations in Tonga
Tonga’s Crown Prince Tupouto'a 'Ulukalala was chief guest at a ceremony in Nuku&
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FNPF to spend $25m buying Fiji missions
The Fiji National Provident Fund (FNPF) is currently in negotiations to buy a number of our di
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Sports News
Oceania represented at 128th IOC Session
01:12 am GMT+12, 29/07/2015, Fiji
Seven top officials from Oceania are in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for the 128th International Olympic Committee (IOC) Session.   The officials are: John Coates- IOC Vice President (Australia), Dr Robin Mitchell- IOC Member (Fiji), Barry Maister- IOC Member (New Zealand), Barbara Kendall- Read more

ONOC President believes Agenda 2020 will help future Games organisers
Oceania National Olympic Committee (ONOC) President Dr Robin Mitchell believes the Internation
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NZF targetted in new ineligibility protest: OFC
The Oceania Football Confederation are investigating a new ineligibility protest against New Z
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Fiji Judoka Moves Closer To Olympic Qualification
Fiji's Judoka Josateki Naulu has gained valuable ranking points as he chases a spot toward
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PNG to host Women’s U20 World Cup but facilities must meet FIFA standards
Papua New Guinea must meet all FIFA requirements if they want to host the Women’s U20 Wo
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