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Thursday 30 July - 1:30 am NZT
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Australia's Department of Immigration and Border Protection has rejected claims it was involved in the cover up of an alleged rape on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea.
The police commander in PNG's Enga province has asked the government to declare a tribal fighting zone after a spate of deaths.
A foreign visitor to Samoa has been forced to leave the country after being quarantined under Ebola protection measures.
The police commander in Tolikara in Indonesia's Papua has been re-assigned nearly two weeks after a riot, in which kiosks and a musholla or small mosque, were burnt down.
The Samoan Prime Minister has invited Airlines PNG to land at Faleolo Airport, connecting Samoa to Los Angeles and Hong Kong.
Solomon Islands national hospital is being thrown a lifeline of medical supplies donated by a New Zealand NGO, Take My Hands.
Latest from Dateline Pacific
Concerns about a leak of radioactive waste from a US storage facility in Marshall Islands; suspended MPs in Nauru are hopeful of intervention by the Pacific Islands Forum; three government ministers in Solomon Islands are under fire over big hotel bills; there's been a call for an upcoming APEC meeting in PNG to look at controversial land deals; New Zealand's prime minister isn't sure whether a UN Security Council debate will lead to definitive action on climate change; fears compulsory retirement in the Cook Islands will drive out valuable experience.
There are concerns that radioactive waste has been washed over an atoll in the Marshall Islands, after it was hit by Typhoon Nangka earlier this month.
The suspended Nauru opposition MP Roland Kun says he's hopeful of help from the Pacific Islands Forum after a meeting with its Secretary General yesterday.
Papua New Guinea NGO wants spotlight on SABLs at a meeting of APEC Forest Ministers in Port Moresby in October.
Three ministers in Solomon Islands want the government the government to pick up their hotel tab; NZ's prime minister isn't sure whether a UN Security Council debate will lead to definitve action on climate change; Fears compulsory retirement in the Cook Islands will drive out a valuable knowledge base; Edward Natapei, a leading political figure in Vanuatu, has died; And Marine scientists are amazed by sharks found in the crater of an underwater volcano in Solomon Islands.
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