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11:00 pm GMT+12, 17/06/2018
 
The Democratic Party has confirmed Tina Pupuke-Browne will remain as the party leader, despite her loss in the Rakahanga electorate. Browne was defeated by Cook Islands Party incumbent Toka Hagai by eight votes. The party's co-president Sean Willis says they're already planning to protest the result. "There will be a petition for Rakahanga. The leadership issue as it stands, Tina is still the leader and when the » read more
 
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Does Chinaís new mega-wharf pose a threat to Australia?
10:51 pm GMT+12, 17/06/2018, Australia
By Lydia Bilton,60 Minutes Digital Producer   Experts have warned China’s latest development project in Vanuatu - just 1500 nautical miles from Sydney - could leave Australia’s east coast open to a military attack.   The construction of a vast wharf in the key Read more

Who are Australia's seasonal workers?
By Kelsey Munro   Programmes to encourage temp
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China's Pacific Islands push has the U.S. worried
By Jason Scott In the gritty, steamy streets of Papua New
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Fijiís good run continues
By Kishti Sen & Tom Kenny, International Economist & Senior International
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Protecting Our Oceans Ė now and for future generations
Pacific representatives met in Apia, Samoa this week to identify the challenges and opportunit
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Business News
Brexit puts PNG tuna exports in danger
10:50 pm GMT+12, 17/06/2018, Papua New Guinea
 A study has revealed trade regimes that Papua New Guinea could face possible consequences of canned tuna exports on post- brexit with its trade to United Kingdom (UK) market when it leaves the European Union, says a researcher during the recent 2018 PNG Update in Port Read more

Fiji Airways Unveils Upgraded Tabua Club Programme
Fiji’s National Airline, has today announced the introduction of a range of new benefits
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Solomon Islands private sector welcomes undersea cable agreement
The Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) as the peak body representing the
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Nasfund to sell 50pc share in Fijiís Grand Pacific Hotel
National Superannuation Fund (Nasfund) confirms it is concluding a deal soon on offsetting its
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14yr term for aircraft burning
 Papua New Guinea Civil Aviation Minister Alfred Manase says a person who destroys an air
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Sports News
Stylish Fijians retain Pacific Nations Cup title
6:25 pm GMT+12, 17/06/2018, Fiji
Fiji wrapped up their fourth consecutive World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup title and their fifth in total after coming from behind to defeat Georgia 37-15 in the all-important match at the ANZ Stadium in Suva on Saturday.   Having failed to pick up any bonus points from the game Georgia Read more

Ase Boas, Puara Jr notable omissions in Kumuls side
Lack of performance and hunger for a Kumuls spot has seen two experience PNG Hunters players m
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Germany set up RWC 2019 play-off with Samoa
Germany edge a tight battle with Portugal 16-13 to set up a home-and-away play-off with Samoa
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ONOC President praises successful meetings as constitution and strategic plan approved at General Assembly
 Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC) President Robin Mitchell believes the organis
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Pacific Games Council President expresses confidence in Samoa 2019 despite time constraints
Pacific Games Council (PGC) President Vidhya Lakhan has claimed he has great "confidence
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