Radio New Zealand International
Saturday 26 July - 11:01 am NZT
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The Health Department in American Samoa says it has confirmed the acute rash outbreak as cases of Chikungunya, a virus similar to dengue fever.
Windy weather and high sea swells are making it difficult for searchers looking for a man missing after his plane crashed into the sea off American Samoa.
Remnants of an ancient settlement outside the small village of Nukuleka, in Tonga, have been excavated by a team of Canadian archaeologists.
The Japanese government has given Solomon Islands a new radio broadcasting transmission facility to strengthen the country's early warning system for disasters.
Solomon Islands has officially opened an embassy in Cuba, creating history as the only Pacific Island Country with an embassy there.
The Cook Islands sevens team is hopeful a strong showing in Glasgow can help banish the memories of last month's heavy loss in Rugby World Cup qualifying.
Latest from Dateline Pacific
French Polynesia's opposition leader lashes out at the French judiciary; Former Solomons Prime Minister supports new police chief appointment; A Fiji group insists public 'conversations' won't breach decree; An NGO warns against Fiji's ratification of a free trade agreement with Europe; Women leaders in Tonga meet for elections training; Vanuatu's oldest political party continues to reconcile with other parties.
Temaru lashes out at French judiciary ( 3′ 13″ )
French Polynesia's opposition leader, Oscar Temaru, has hit out at France over the way it has favoured the veteran politician Gaston Flosse.
The former Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare says he supports the appointment of an Australian as his country's new Police Commissioner.
Fiji Citizens Constitutional Forum says its planned constitutional conversations will be successful.
French Polynesia's president looks set to lose his office; Cook Islands Party election victory is marred by allegations of bribery and miscounts;An NGO warns against Fiji's ratification of a free trade agreement with Europe;Women leaders in Tonga meet for elections training;Vanuatu's oldest political party continues to reconcile with other parties; American Samoa's biggest retail store faces an invasion of rats.
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