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Australia's Refugee Action Coalition says the recent release of unaccompanied minors from the Nauru detention centre indicates that protests there are having some effect.
A senior police commander in Papua New Guinea says the arrest of five policemen after the shooting of a man last month is not a sign of discipline problems within the force.
Papua New Guinea's Foreign Minister Rimbink Pato says many of the small islands in the Pacific have reached a tipping point as they struggle to cope with the impacts of climate change.
The families of five Samoan police officers who died in service have been presented with certificates of honour in appreciation of their service to the islands.
The head of Papua New Guinea's tuberculosis programme says the disease may be spreading because people stop taking their medicines too early.
The President of Kiribati, Anote Tong, has paid tribute to Fiji for being the only country to offer his people a haven from rising sea levels.
Latest from Dateline Pacific
Fiji civil society leader says the elections are only the start of democracy in Fiji; Australian mining operation restarts in the Solomons after a victorius court battle; Samoa's introduced Trochus fishery declared a huge success; Kavo conviction in PNG seen as tip of iceberg; Tonga government in breach of contract with Real Tonga airlines; American Samoa grants over 4,000 immigration amnesty.
The CEO of Fiji's Citizens Constitutional Forum says the group has a lot of work ahead of it to empower people after the recent election.
Axiom Mining restarts Solomons operation ( 3′ 24″ )
Australian mining operation restarts in the Solomons after a victorious court battle.
Rapid growth for Samoa Trochus ( 3′ 18″ )
Samoan Trochus fishery successfully introduced.
Kavo conviction in PNG seen as tip of iceberg; Tonga government in breach of contract with Real Tonga airlines; American Samoa grants over 4,000 immigration amnesty; Landowners in PNG's Bougainville confused by supposed opposition to mine; An independent candidate in Fiji's polls looks to create a political party next time round; Noumea Accord talks suffer blow with boycott by New Caledonia's biggest pro-indepedence group.
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