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 2018-06-25 06:50 

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Australia to extend labour and security links with Vanuatu...

Australia and Vanuatu have agreed to deepen co-operation on labour mobility....

 2018-06-25 06:45 

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Dateline Pacific morning edition for 26 June 2018...
 2018-06-25 06:16 

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Fire at former Auckland movie theatre...

Fifteen fire engines are fighting a blaze at an old movie theatre in Auckland this afternoon....

 2018-06-25 06:05 

Radio New Zealand

Container ship runs onto reef in Tuamotus...

Reports from French Polynesia say a 132-metre long container ship has run onto the reef of Raroia atoll in the Tuamotus....

 2018-06-25 06:05 

Radio New Zealand

Papua New Guinea sees return of polio...

A polio outbreak has been confirmed in Papua New Guinea's Morobe province....

 2018-06-25 06:04 

Radio New Zealand

Yarrow Stadium to host Ranfurly shield despite partial closure...

The Taranaki provincial rugby side will defend the Ranfurly Shield at Yarrow Stadium this season despite its two covered stands being closed due to the earthquake risk....

 2018-06-25 06:02 

Radio New Zealand

Pay dispute: Bacon company workers to refuse overtime...

More than 100 workers at a Wairarapa bacon company are taking industrial action from midnight tonight, calling for better pay....

 2018-06-25 06:01 

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Paperwork blunder excludes eight NZ weightlifters...

The New Zealand weightlifting team will be without eight of its 30 lifters at this week's Oceania Championship after failing to submit timely whereabouts forms to drug testers....

 2018-06-25 05:47 

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CNMI youth agency wants caution before pot legalised...

The agency that deals with youth and families in the Northern Marianas is calling for caution and further research when it comes to the legalisation of cannabis for recreationl use....

 2018-06-25 05:47 

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Solomons launches poverty map...

Solomon Islands has launched its first ever poverty map....

 2018-06-25 05:47 

Radio New Zealand

Cooks mobile health clinic designed for disasters...

A former New Zealand High Commissioner to the Cook Islands says a new mobile health clinic for Rarotonga has been designed for use in disasters....

 2018-06-25 05:38 

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Student to leave Wellington over 'terrible' landlords...

A Wellington student has had enough of property managers who fail to fix basic issues with homes, he says....

 2018-06-25 05:31 

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UN team trucks on with relief efforts in PNG Highlands...

United Nations humanitarian relief efforts in Papua New Guinea's earthquake-affected region are picking up pace again with a welcome return to Mendi....

 2018-06-25 05:26 

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Mycoplasma bovis: Four of 10 experts recommended managing disease...

A panel of experts set up to advise the government on the cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis has provided more details on its narrow six-to-four vote in favour of phased eradication....

 2018-06-25 05:08 

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Unprovoked Queenstown attack: Police seek assailants...

Police want help identifying the men who they say kicked and punched a man who was sitting on the ground outside a Queenstown bar....

 2018-06-25 05:06 

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Police confirm identity of body found in Coromandel bush...

A body found in dense bush in Coromandel has been formally identified as that of a man who has been missing since early June....

 2018-06-25 04:43 

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PNG police maintain discipline line...

Corrupt and undisciplined police officers will not be harboured as they have no place in the Force says Papua New Guinea's Deputy Commissioner of Administrations....

 2018-06-25 04:39 

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UN relief team trucks on with relief efforts in PNG Highlands...

United Nations aid workers helping provide relief for victims of Papua New Guinea's earthquake disaster in February have returned to the capital of Southern Highlands province after earlier pulling out following unrest....

 2018-06-25 04:35 

Radio New Zealand

Samoa to join other Pacific countries in battle against plastic...

Samoa will become the latest country to ban all single-use plastics from January....

 2018-06-25 04:17 

Radio New Zealand

Osikaiang says Bougainville Copper claims not true...

A landowners' association near the contested Panguna mine in Bougainville is accusing Bougainville Copper Ltd of misleading people....

 2018-06-25 04:15 

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My Food Bag says 'yeah, nah' to legal threat over 'hello'...

New Zealand company My Food Bag has given a tongue-in-cheek response to a German multinational corporation's threat of legal action over the use of the word 'hello'....

 2018-06-25 04:03 

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Second repatriation of NZ military remains to begin...

The process to return the remains of 28 defence personnel and one child from cemeteries in Malaysia and Singapore to this country will begin next week....

 2018-06-25 03:56 

Radio New Zealand

Europe migrants: Italy warns passport-free travel at risk...

The European zone of border-free travel could be in danger if no solution is found to the issue of migration, Italy's prime minister has warned....

 2018-06-25 03:49 

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More than 4000 IRD, MBIE public servants to strike...

Employees at both organisations will take part in two two-hour stoppages on 9 and 23 July after this afternoon's vote....

 2018-06-25 03:38 

Radio New Zealand

Dateline Pacific evening edition for 25 June 2018...

Samoa will become the latest country to ban all single-use plastics from next year; UN relief team trucks on with relief efforts in PNG Highlands; China's broadcasting foray into the Pacific is helped by an Australian withdrawal, and; A new mobile hea...

 2018-06-25 03:23 

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Christchurch Airport hotel caught up in Fletcher delays...

Fletcher Building is involved in another delayed multimillion-dollar project, this time involving a new hotel at Christchurch Airport....

 2018-06-25 02:33 

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Samoa plastic ban has business community support...

The head of Samoa's environment ministry says the business community is largely behind the country's move to ban single-use plastic....

 2018-06-25 02:20 

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Breast cancer services 'still racist towards Mori women'...

A legal consultant has spoken out about offensive and ignorant comments from hospital staff while she was being treated for breast cancer....

 2018-06-25 02:20 

Radio New Zealand

Breast cancer: Health institutions 'still racist' towards Mori...

A legal consultant has spoken out about offensive and ignorant comments from hospital staff while she was being treated for breast cancer....

 2018-06-25 02:04 

Radio New Zealand

Sport: Tonga wants 'grudge match' with Kiwis...

The Mate Ma'a Tonga rugby league team need regular Test matches against New Zealand, Tonga coach Kristian Woolf says....

 2018-06-25 02:04 

Radio New Zealand

Landowners attack gas project site in PNG again...

Police in Papua New Guinea's Hela province say landowners have again attacked a LNG gas project site....

 2018-06-25 01:50 

Radio New Zealand

'We've had no respite for our son' since disability service cuts...

Some people with disabilities and their families are still suffering after cuts to support services which were only supposed to have a minor impact....

 2018-06-25 01:50 

Radio New Zealand

Families 'devastated' after cuts to IDEA services...

Some people with disabilities and their families are still suffering after cuts to support services which were only supposed to have a minor impact....

 2018-06-25 01:47 

Radio New Zealand

Sport: PNG Kumuls dedicate Fiji defeat to Ottio...

Papua New Guinea have dedicated their shock win over Fiji to late teammate Kai Ottio, beating their more-fancied opponents 26-14 in the Pacific rugby league Test in Sydney....

 2018-06-25 01:46 

Radio New Zealand

Kaumtua roll back the years at kapa haka festival...

The living legends of kapa haka converged in Wellington over the weekend for the 10th anniversary of the Kaumtua Kapa Haka festival....

 2018-06-25 01:42 

Radio New Zealand

Taxi meters proposed for Vanuatu...

Vanuatu's Minister of Home Affairs has announced his intention to introduce meters on all taxis to reduce fares and stop incidents of fleecing customers....

 2018-06-25 01:34 

Radio New Zealand

Stadium boss 'shattered' by ice hockey cancellation...

Thousands of fans left Wellington's Westpac Stadium yesterday angry and disappointed following the cancellation of an ice hockey match between Canada and the United States....

 2018-06-25 01:08 

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God Defend New Zealand got what it deserved...

Opinion - Crystal Collins certainly has the name of someone who can sing, and for all we know, she might be able to. Her rendition of our anthem before yesterday's Kiwis vs England game however was unique, to say the least....

 2018-06-25 01:07 

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Bat's head 'biosecurity nightmare' at Auckland Airport...

A traveller tried to bring a partially mummified bat's head into New Zealand....

 2018-06-25 00:52 

Radio New Zealand

Sport: Pacific Games Council confident in Samoa...

The Pacific Games Council is confident Samoa is on track to organising a successful 16th edition of the tournament next year, the council's chief executive says....

 2018-06-25 00:51 

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Suspect in hospital after Fiji drug bust at marina...

The police in Fiji say a suspect arrested in relation to a drug bust at Denarau Marina on Friday is in hospital....

 2018-06-24 23:57 

Radio New Zealand

Many still struggling in Papua New Guinea's quake-hit Hela...

An NGO worker in Papua New Guinea's Hela province says many families remain in acute need after February's magnitude 7.5 earthquake....

 2018-06-24 23:24 

Radio New Zealand

Jogging on Canadian beach to two weeks in US detention...

A French woman who went for an evening jog along a Canadian beach spent two weeks in US immigration detention after straying across the border....

 2018-06-24 23:17 

Radio New Zealand

Indonesian search teams locate boat one week after it sunk...

Indonesia's search and rescue team has located a sunken ferry in Sumatra's Lake Toba, nearly one week after the vessel sank in bad weather with almost 200 people onboard....

 2018-06-24 23:10 

Radio New Zealand

New mobile health clinic rolls out in Cook Islands...

The Cook Islands Ministry of Health is this week putting its new mobile health clinic into service on Rarotonga....

 2018-06-24 23:10 

Radio New Zealand

Cooks mobile health clinic designed for disasters...

A former New Zealand High Commissioner to the Cook Islands says a new mobile health clinic for Rarotonga has been designed for use in disasters....

 2018-06-24 23:04 

Radio New Zealand

Cabinet delayed as tributes flow for Koro Wtere...

Cabinet has been delayed for a few hours today so government ministers can attend the tangihanga of former Minister of Mori Affairs Koro Wtere who died on Saturday morning....

 2018-06-24 22:39 

Radio New Zealand

Gold for New Zealand Rowers at World Cup...

New Zealand has picked up three titles at the second World Cup rowing regatta in Austria....

 2018-06-24 22:14 

Radio New Zealand

Fifth fire breaks out at New Caledonia's SLN site...

There has been another fire at the SLN mining site in Kouaoua in New Caledonia....

 2018-06-24 22:14 

Radio New Zealand

Cooks police officer cleared of assault...

An investigation into an assault at a Cook Islands nightclub two weeks ago by an off-duty police officer has revealed the claims to be false....

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