Radio New Zealand International
Wednesday 28 January - 9:58 am NZT
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Papua New Guinea's former military commander says the country's police force is broken and incompetent and unable to carry out its constitutional duty.
Samoa's Leader of the Opposition was removed from parliament yesterday, for ignoring warnings and interjecting in Parliament speeches.
A search and rescue team is continuing its search for two missing men after a fatal boat accident in Indonesia's remote Papua province.
120 police reservists in Papua New Guinea's capital, Port Moresby, have been ordered to hand in their guns and vehicles by the end of today.
The Solomon Islands Prime Minister has announced plans to boost the country's economic growth and tackle corruption in a major speech to announce his newly-elected government's policies.
Fiji's Police Commissioner is pleading for the community to report child abuse, saying it is common and often goes unreported.
Latest from Dateline Pacific
West Papua's unified independence group arrives in Vanuatu to submit its MSG application; Fiji's Port Denarau is set for a massive expansion; Plans to address the state of broadcasting in Vanuatu; A new hi-tech tuna processing plant gives American Samoa a boost; and, Pacific countries line up for a proposed rugby league world series.
The recently formed West Papua National Liberation Front is in Vanuatu to submit their application for full membership of the Melanesian Spearhead Group.
Fiji's Port Denarau to get makeover ( 3′ 06″ )
Fiji's Port Denarau Marina is set for an upgrade, which could include a new sports stadium.
Emerging nations believe a Rugby League Nines World Series could be the answer as interest continues to skyrocket in the newest form of the game.
Plans to address the state of broadcasting in Vanuatu; A new hi-tech tuna processing plant gives American Samoa a boost; Tonga tries to reverse a tide of secondary school dropouts; health authorities in Tonga ask people to improve sanitation in the wake of a typhoid outbreak; and, a new study hopes to improve the lives of Tongan children.
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