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Robust Australian budget q&a draws call for defining aid
Wednesday, May 13, 2015

One aspect that hasn’t changed between this Australian budget and the last is the downward direction of aid and development funding as cuts of more than seven billion dollars over five years, signalled in last year’s budget, start to bite.

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Pacific chief trade adviser says PACER Plus on track
Friday, May 8, 2015

The 10th round of negotiations for the the Pacific nations’ trade agreement known as PACER Plus ended last night in Vanuatu.

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Social payback delaying return of executions in PNG
Thursday, April 30, 2015

The regional furore over the Indonesian government’s executions by firing squad of eight convicted drug offenders has turned the spotlight on Papua New Guinea’s plans to re-institute the death penalty there.

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Tongan PM’s home gutted by fire while overseas
Thursday, April 23, 2015

The residence of Tongan prime minister Akilisi Pohiva has been gutted by fire as he receives treatment for ongoing, but unknown, medical issues.

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Mobile-optimised Google search results could bury Pacific content
Tuesday, April 21, 2015

From Wednesday, Google will change the way it ranks search, prioritising companies that have mobile-friendly websites when people use the search engine on smart phones or tablet computers.

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Aus Senate votes for Moss Review committee as govt signs on Cambodia
Thursday, March 26, 2015

It’s now been confirmed that Australia’s Senate will establish a Select Committee to review allegations relating to conditions and circumstances at the Australian-run Regional Processing Centre on Nauru.

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Court win for LNG ’super major’ Total to see huge PNG windfall
Wednesday, February 11, 2015

An international court overnight dismissed the claims of Papua New Guinea company Oil Search that it retained ownership of 40 per cent of the Elk-Antelope gas field in the nation’s Gulf Province.

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PNG capital relaxes betel nut ban adding regulated market stalls
Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Port Moresby is further relaxing the ban on betel nut, adding restricted areas for its sale and use at the newly renovated Koki market.

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Call for anti-’grasshopping’ ideas for 2016 Vanuatu referendum
Monday, February 2, 2015

The Vanuatu government has announced a new attempt to change its parliamentary system to stop MPs crossing the floor and to clarify the affiliations of independents.

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Radio Australia to cease Asia shortwave service
Friday, January 30, 2015

Radio Australia’s shortwave signal to Asia will cease this weekend, another result the ABC says of recent government funding cuts.

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