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The chief justice of the Cook Islands, Tom Weston, says judges around the Pacific are concerned that judicial independence in Nauru is under threat. Senior Pacific judges have been meeting...
A United Nations delegation is due in New Caledonia this weekend as part of a mission to accompany the territory's decolonisation process. The visit of the seven diplomats and experts...
The newly-elected leader of Fiji's Sodelpa party says it's frustrating that her party is unable to start campaigning immediately due to the lack of rules for this year's elections. Ro...
The Legislature of American Samoa has officially approved a measure that gives lawmakers the authority to override a vote by the governor instead of the U.S. Secretary of Interior. This...
International Women's Day on Saturday has sparked calls for governments, employers and unions in the Pacific to focus on eliminating gender discrimination and harassment at work. The International Labour Organisation...
The president of the Federation of Teachers in American Samoa, Peni Te'o, says some of his colleagues are anxious about a new mandatory test. Five hundred public school teachers are...
Latest from Dateline Pacific
American Samoa teachers to sit job tests ( 3′ 35″ )
Teachers in American Samoa have been told they need to pass a test in order to keep their jobs.
PNG Hunters rugby league team prepare for their first home game after beating the Redcliffe Dolphins in their Queensland Cup debut.
UN PNG marks International Women's Day ( 3′ 3″ )
PNG celebrates International Women's Day with launch of inaugural national women's forum.
300 families in Ha'apai are still living in tents following Cyclone Ian, and will not be in permanent housing until the end of the year at the earliest.
300 Ha'apai families still in tents after January's cyclone in Tonga; UN PNG marks International Women's Day;500 public school teachers in American Samoa to be tested on reading and math; Tonga to appease NZ as broad World Bank review will certify plane; PNG Hunters to make home debut this weekend.
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