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Weddings, birthdays and funerals could be helping Pacific people claim the title as the highest consumers of sugary drinks in New Zealand.
Tagi Fiu will be working on a food stall at the capital's annual Pasifika Festival on 23 January as the sights, sounds and flavours of the Pacific Islands go on show. Audio
New Zealand dines out on the fact that it was the first country to give women the vote back in 1893. Why haven't we built on this legacy? Audio
Having made an impressive debut to the OFC Champions League in 2015, Samoan football club Lupe Ole Soaga are confident of making a return to the 2017 edition.
Graves of Cook Islands soldiers who served in the First World War have fallen into disrepair on Rarotonga but volunteers are working to restore the sites at Nikao Cemetery. Audio
In her lyrical and amusing 2016 Book Council Lecture, poet and academic Dr Selina Tusitala Marsh takes the listener from the book corner of the Avondale Salvation Army shop to Westminster Abbey. Audio
The EAP women's team has been crowned the Australian Country Cricket Champions for the second year in a row after an eight wicket victory over Victoria Country.
Polynesian voyagers reaching the Americas is no longer just speculation but a bona fide theory backed by mounting evidence. Audio
Private donors and charities are being asked to help fund a Pacific media ombudsman to scrutinise media freedom and ethics in the region.
Science communications student Ellen Rykers ponders the Polynesians and their journeys around the Pacific, wondering where they might have got to. Audio
Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota has been selected as the 2016 recipient of the Polynesian Pro Football Player of the Year Award.
The film has come under fire for its portrayal of Pacific culture but some movie-goers changed their minds after seeing it. Audio
Police on Manus Island have released two asylum seekers who advocates say were badly beaten two days ago.
Moana is the latest movie from the Disney stable and was released in New Zealand mid-December. Audio
Prayers and services will be held in Tonga for Sione Taumololo, 11, and Talita Fifita, 33, who were killed near Gisborne on Christmas Eve.
New Zealand's golden girl is now a Dame - and she says she feels like a child in a candy shop. With the announcement of the New Year's Honours list, Shotputter Dame Valerie Adams can now share her top… Audio
Asylum-seekers in Papua New Guinea's Manus Island are reported to have briefly expelled all security guards from two compounds in the Lombrum detention centre.
A traditional Tongan hymn sung by the Tupou Tertiary Institute Choir. Audio
Mafasia E from the Tupou Tertiary Institute Choir. Audio
The Tupou Tertiary Institute Choir's rendition of the well-known hymn Nearer My God to Thee is in an elaborate a cappella arrangement which begins with the chorus singing in Latin. Audio
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