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Tuesday 16 September - 4:52 pm NZT
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Vanuatu's police commissioner, Arthur Caulton, has confirmed his suspension from the role by the Police Service Commission.
The Fiji Broadcasting Corporation has defied the regime's ban on political advertising in the lead-up to tomorrow's general election.
Fiji election workers have started preparing polling stations before tomorrow's vote.
A new report says pressure on Fiji from Western countries to return to democracy after the 2006 coup opened the door to increasing aid flows from China.
The National Emergency Management Committee is meeting in Tonga to arrange a response to the water crisis in Ha'apai.
Health authorities in Solomon Islands say the rate of measles infections in the capital Honiara has not decreased despite records showing that more than the original target population of 55,500 residents have been vaccinated.
Latest from Dateline Pacific
Fiji prepares to vote; Fiji's election blackout has been called unprecedented; PNG warned of danger in tiny parliamentary opposition; Samoa works to save its forests; Work's being done to tackle violence against women in PNG; In Sport: First Tongan women's crew to compete at Alo Paopao Festival.
Fiji prepares to vote ( 3′ 34″ )
Election workers have started preparing polling stations in Fiji for election day tomorrow.
Transparency International's PNG chapter speaks out about tiny opposition in parliament.
Samoa works to save its forests ( 3′ 21″ )
The Samoan government is working with villages to protect their forests from increasing threat of climate change, unsustainable land use and invasive species.
Fiji's election blackout has been called unprecedented; Election observers on the ground in Fiji; Shedding light the key to tackling violence against women in PNG; Hopes for law changes on longline fishing; More concerted plan to root out Pacific corruption; In Sport: First Tongan women's crew to compete at Alo Paopao Festival.
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