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2015 December

WEST PAPUA Activists fight on

ONE year from now the People of Papua will mark the 50th anniversary of their independence from the Dutch and the raising

2015 December

Safe no more

ON Oct. 11, Palau was shocked after a 37-year old government employee was found dead on the street in the capital of

2015 December

Vote for change

MAJURO — The lead up to the 2015 national election in the Marshall Islands on November 16 featured few political party rallies

2015 December

Scrap bride price, PNG urged

A HUMAN rights group has urged the Papua New Guinea government to abolish the cultural practice of bride price to safeguard women

2015 December

Top cop’s departure sparks controversy

FIJI’S former Police Commissioner, South African Major General Ben Groenewald, has scoffed at any notion that there are no police officers capable

2015 December

Expecting the worst from El Nino

SOLOMON Islanders will be feeling the worst brunt of the current El Niño period this month (December) and through to early next

2015 December

Deaths and no water

TWO small children have died of malnutrition in Tanna, there are seven deaths of children under 12 in Santo that may be

2015 December

El Nino It’sNot Over

FROM the highlands of Papua New Guinea in the western Pacific to the salad bowl on the southern coast of Fiji’s main