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Friday 1 August - 7:34 am NZT
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The Pacific Islands Leaders Forum draws to a close today, with the first woman ever appointed as the Forum's new Secretary-General.
Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister says he's satisfied that the Fiji government is keeping to its word about elections in September.
The new Fugalei market in Samoa is expected to be completed by the end of August.
The family of the Father and son whose small plane crashed in waters off Pago Pago last week, will continue to search for their father using a private dive company.
A federal judge on Guam has denied a motion to discharge a Russian cyber-crime suspect who says he was kidnapped by the US government.
Indonesia's President-elect has been urged to make good on a promise to allow foreign media in to Papua.
Latest from Dateline Pacific
Plans for an International Labour Organisation mission to Fiji welcomed; Also in Fiji, youth are beef up the Sodelpa party's campaign; Guam about to extradite a Russian cyber crime suspect; PNG PM says Govt stable and there for the long-term; Sport: PNG's Commonwealth gold medallist hungry for more.
A Fiji election candidate, Attar Singh, welcomes an International Labour Organisation mission to Fiji, but is disappointed it will be after September's elections.
Fiji's Sodelpa party is beefing up its campaign by recruiting young volunteers to go house to house and gain voters.
A federal judge on Guam has denied a motion to discharge a Russian cyber-crime suspect who says he was kidnapped by the US government while on holiday and brought to the island.
PNG PM says Govt stable and there for the long-term; Tahiti opinion stoked by Flosse case; 45,000 teachers could strike in PNG; NZ thinktank to combat human trafficking; Sport: PNG's Commonwealth gold medallist hungry for more.
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