International

Radio New Zealand International

Monday  14 July  -  2:52 pm  NZT

RNZI provides a comprehensive Pacific service with the very latest Pacific stories and an extensive online news archive. Podcasts, a live audio feed and on demand programmes are also available.

Pacific News

Too early for Cooks coalition talks

A lagoon in the Cook Islands (Aitutaki?)

The leader of the One Cook Islands party, Teina Bishop, says it's too early to discuss possible coalitions for forming the next government.


Anti-mosque demonstration in French Polynesia

French Polynesia. Papeete waterfront

About 1,000 people in French Polynesia have marched through Papeete in protest at plans to build Tahiti's first mosque.


PNG mine lacks public consent - campaigners

Ataliklikun Bay, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea.

A campaign group says the Papua New Guinea government is going ahead with an experimental new seabed mine without the consent of the people.


CNMI requests government funding for flower nation

no caption

The Northern Marianas tourism body says it wants government funding to rebrand the territory as a flower nation.


Samoa carrier to get third plane

No caption

The Samoa Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, says Polynesian Airlines is to get a third aircraft next month. The Samoa Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, says Polynesian Airlines is to...


SPREP points to risk by pests

cocoa tree in Papua New Guinea

The Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme says the economic stakes are high for Pacific countries in the need to invest in addressing invasive species.


Latest from Dateline Pacific

Programmes