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Thursday 17 April - 2:25 am NZT
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The Solomon Islands business community says it is extending help to flood victims on the Guadalcanal plains. Members of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry provided large dump trucks to...
The coordinator of the cyclone response team in Papua New Guinea's Milne Bay says a supply boat will leave on Monday for the outer islands. After criticism from local MP...
Tonga bus drivers have ended a two-day strike after failing to get the government to lower diesel prices. The President of the Friendly Island Bus Association, Samipeni Finau, wanted to...
The Fiji regime leader Rear Admiral Frank Bainimarama says he is the only candidate confirmed so far in the party he plans to lead in this year's election. Last month...
There have been widely divergent interpretations of the law in New Caledonia's controversy over the electoral roll. The pro-independence FLNKS movement lodged thousands of court cases to challenge the inscription...
Samoa's parliament will allow a committee to hear the public's input into a proposed electoral amendment bill. This comes amid calls by members from both sides to give more time...
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Oceania Tennis held discussions at their AGM about whether to enter a Federation Cup women's team in international competition instead of the men's Davis Cup team, due to recent poor performances from the men.
The Ministry of Health in Tonga says it is managing its first outbreak of chikungunya virus and also waiting for test results after two children died from suspected cases of dengue.
Evacuation centres in Solomon Islands could still be open for months yet.
We hear of the concerns among the flood evacuees in the camps in Solomon Islands; While people could be in evacuation centres on Gudalcanal for months to come; Tonga's Ministry of Health confirms chikungunya virus; There's expected to be a tight race to the premiership in Niue; Tonga's Government signs a deal with China to build a new palace and offices; The Oceania Davis Cup team could be dumped.
We hear of the concerns among the flood evacuees in the camps in Solomon Islands; Niue's tight electoral race still to be decided; Fiji police investigate the regime's leader over alleged decree breaches; Tonga's plans for a new palace and government offices raises the ire of the opposition; Researchers investigate a possible link between gout and protection against malaria.
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