Radio New Zealand International
Saturday 29 November - 8:10 pm NZT
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A new government is taking shape in Solomon Islands, with four political parties agreeing to form a coalition.
The United Nations Committee Against Torture has criticised Australia's asylum seeker policies, including the detention of children and the use of off-shore processing centres.
The outgoing Tongan MP 'Isleli Pulu blames his election loss on his decision to leave the Democratic Party's candidate list.
The Fiji opposition leader says the opposition acted with discipline and solidarity during a two week impasse which delayed the first meeting of the Public Accounts Committee.
The Chief of the National Intelligence Organisation in Papua New Guinea Gari Baki says his organisation will struggle to provide services for the many international events being staged in the country.
The French Polynesia assembly has adopted a resolution asking France to pay compensation for the environmental damage caused by its nuclear weapons tests.
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Tonga gets 12 new MPs ( 5′ 6″ )
Tonga has 12 new MPs among the 26 elected representatives in the Legislative Assembly.
Vanuatu parliament engulfed by money claims ( 3′ 37″ )
A bribery scandal engulfing Vanuatu's parliament has brought the country's problems with political instability to a head.
The chair of Vanuatu's West Papua Unification Committee is confident next week's summit will produce a united West Papuan bid to join the Melanesian Spearhead Group.
Tonga has 12 new MPs; Vanuatu's parliament is engulfed by money claims; We speak to Vanuatu's West Papua Unification Committee about its upcoming summit; Chikungunya spreads in the Pacific; PNG landowners want better compensation from mine damage.
Tonga election results in - Democrats do well, but expected more; Battle to form government intensifies in Solomon Islands; Chikungunya rife in the Pacific; PNG landowners want better compo from mine damage; Trade show gives exposure to Melanesian businesses.
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