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targets indigenous business entrepreneurs to keep jobs and profits in the country | ABC Radio Australia |
Campaigning in final stage in Cook Islands for Wednesday's election | ABC Radio Australia |
Legal battle over the arrest of Papua New Guinea's prime minister Peter O'Neill | ABC Radio Australia
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New Zealand PM celebrates with Samoa at start of Pacific tour | ABC Radio Australia via
Darwin flights to resume as volcanic ash plume from Sangeang Api in Indonesia ... - Radio Australia
Report: NZ aid to train community police in Papua on hold - Radio Australia
PNG Hunters will need to adjust for CQ Capras game - Radio Australia
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Australia Flags Major Changes To Foreign Aid Spending CANBERRA, Australia (Radio Australia, Apr. 30, 2014) — Australia's Foreign Minister has flagged major changes to the way the country determines its foreign aid budget. Julie Bishop says the Federal Government will soon introduce a performance evaluation system for foreign aid, with an emphasis on value for money. She says it will ensure the foreign aid system is affordable and sustainable, while still being effective for countries in Australia's region. "Despite billions of dollars in foreign aid over recent years some nations will not meet one of their millennium development goals by 2015, and in some instances they have gone backwards, this cannot be allowed to continue," Ms Bishop said during a speech in Melbourne. Ms. Bishop says some of the countries receiving foreign aid have not experienced any economic growth. She says the new system will ensure taxpayers' money is spent on programs which are responsible. "In the near future I will announce t ...
Wow. ABC's Radio Australia has won permission to broadcast China-wide. This is huge.
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Julie Bishop criticises Bob Carr for 'breaching confidences' in new memoir of ... - Radio Australia
West Papua backers raising 'false hopes' - Bob Carr | Radio Australia (when he was FM)
Swains Island MP calls for representation in American Samoa parliament - Radio Australia
Government sends teachers back to school in American Samoa - Radio Australia
Beche de mere at risk of extinction in Western Pacific | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia via
Where To For The Pacific Islands News Association? FIJI, Oceania (Radio Australia, Feb. 24, 2014) — PINA, which represents the interests of journalists in the Pacific region, has been registered as a company in Fiji. The members of the Pacific Islands News Association (PINA) have been told at the Annual General Meeting in New Caledonia that on "legal advice" they could not vote in a new president. A Suva-based PINA executive said Moses Stevens from Vanuatu, who has been president for the past four years, would have to be re-elected for another two-year term. PINA, which represents the interests of media professionals in the Pacific region, was recently registered in Fiji as a company limited and was no longer listed as a charitable organization. The legal advice given was that the same leadership team should remain in place during the "transition". This has caused some consternation among former PINA members. "Unfortunately PINA is being defined by what is happening in Fiji," Kalafi Moala from Tonga's T ...
Radio Australia presenter Phil Kafcaloudes speaks with Pacific Peoples Health Editor Innes Logan and Dr Ron McCoy, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. “I was really impressed by this (Pacific Peoples Health) approach which I thought was quite innovative….just the approach was very p...
Palau Senators Inspired By Australian Women Politicians CANBERRA, Australia (Radio Australia, Feb. 13, 2014) — Two senators from Palau say the women in politics they met during a recent visit to Australia have inspired them to be better politicians. Jerilin Senior and Rukebai Inabo spent time in the Australian capital, Canberra, and visiting the constituencies of Australian senators and MPs, as part of the Pacific Women's Parliamentary Partnership Program. Senator Inabo has told Radio Australia's Pacific Beat program she's "learned to be a better politician" by spending time with Australian women politicians, watching how they work. "I have learned so much from being here and I think I'll be a more productive senator," she said. "It's not campaigning, it's keeping in touch with the people. One (Australian) senator also mentioned the fact that you maintain that relationship and you come to know the issues that affect your people. That makes you a more effective senator. "I also learned a lot from partici ...
No country is free if it is landlocked: top Derg official Ethiomedia February 12, 2014 About This Ad Fikre Wogderes Fikreselassie Wogderes WASHINGTON, DC - Landlocked Ethiopia cannot say it is a free country because it is dictated by the tiny port state of Djibouti, a former top leader of the military regime told an international radio recently. Fikre Selassie Wogderess, who had served as prime minister for a few years during the military dictatorship between 1974 and 1991, told SBS Radio Australia that Ethiopia is chained to obey the demands of Djibouti as it doesn't have any other choice. "If not, its existence would be in danger," Fikreselassie said with a tone of resentment. Fikreselassie, who was released in October 2011 after 20 years of imprisonment, said any country that doesn't have its own port is not considered a free, self-reliant and independent country. "It's very disturbing to any Ethiopian who has witnessed the downfall of the country to the state of landlocked. Future Ethiopian government ...
Neil Finn of New Zealand bands Split Enz and later, Crowded House is Australasia's most lauded and loved musician. He joins us in our Radio Australia studios to share a song from his current release 'Dizzy Heights'. He's definitely still the master of the melody.
American Samoa to be a hub of Pacific tuna industry - Radio Australia
United Nations calls for a rethink on PNG's plan to restore capital punishment | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia
American Samoa to offer immigration amnesty - Radio Australia
PNG Police Brutality Highlighted In Human Rights Report Police abuse, gender violence, sorcery killings highlighted MELBOURNE, Australia (Radio Australia, Jan. 22, 2014) – Police brutality in Papua New Guinea has come under sharp scrutiny in this year's annual report from global advocacy group Human Rights Watch (HRW), which says while PNG's natural resources have fuelled economic growth, "consistent" poor governance and endemic corruption has made improving living standards in the country difficult. Elaine Pearson, HRW Director in Australia, says there are serious questions surrounding the country's mobile police squads, which have been deployed to Australian-funded asylum seeker detention centres on Manus Island. She says squads are "particularly notorious for human rights abuses," and HRW has documented detainees being beaten and tortured. Both PNG and Australia have been urged to stop using them in security roles. Violence against women and girls in PNG was another factor contributing to the negativ ...
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Vava'u has narrowly escaped a direct hit, but Ian is now headed directly over Ha'apai at a wind speed of 270km/h - enough to pick up and throw around cars. It will pass to the east of the capital Nuku'alofa but they could also experience damaging winds later tonight. Tonga's National Emergency Management Office says the country is fortunate to have escaped the worst effects of Cyclone Ian. Director Leveni Aho told Radio Australia there are no reports of death or injury at this stage, and only sporadic reports of structural damage. AUDIO: Tonga 'lucky' to escape worst effects of storm (ABC News) A state of emergency remains in place as the storm moves away from Vava'u and onto the islands of Ha'apai. Mr Aho says although the danger period is not over, many Tongans are counting their blessings. "Yes, it's very strange how the eye of the cyclone was very narrow and yet so powerful. I think we are extremely lucky with very little damage reported," he said. Tonga's Tropical Cyclone Warning Centre is forecastin ...
FOREIGN Minister Julie Bishop has expressed concerns that the ABC is not meeting the terms of its $223 million Australia Network contract, after receiving negative feedback from its target audience. Ms Bishop's comments come as one of her most senior bureaucrats has admitted the department was "closely monitoring" the ABC's management of the overseas network. Justin Brown, the first assistant secretary in charge of public diplomacy at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, has told Sydney broadcaster Michael Smith in a letter obtained by The Australian that there is "ongoing contact" between DFAT and the ABC to "identify what is needed to ensure the integrated Australia Network-Radio Australia service becomes a more effective vehicle for advancing Australia's broad and enduring interests in the Asian region". A tender process for the 10-year soft-diplomacy broadcaster was scrapped in controversial circumstances in 2011 and responsibility for the service handed to the ABC. The Gillard government had ...
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PNG economy has tough year in 2013 | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia via
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Marshall Islands Raises Sex Trafficking Concerns With United States MAJURO, Marshall Islands (Radio Australia, Dec. 10, 2013) — The Marshall Islands President Christopher Loeak has called on the United States to help his country fight sex trafficking rather than simply name and shame it. The Pacific nation was listed in the US Trafficking in Persons Report 2013 as a place where women from East Asia are forced into prostitution to service fishing crew members from China and other nations. Mr. Loeak told Radio Australia's Pacific Beat program his nation has not been able to verify such statements. "We've voiced our concern from the beginning," he said. "If they're going to do anything about it then they should be able to help us, so we can help them. Maybe provide training, or whatever would be helpful to solve the problem, instead of just passing our name in the international community." The US Department of State report, released in June, says women are recruited with the promise of legitimate work, but ...
Climate-Related Funding Critical For Pacific Nations: ADB Economist says nations should look at improving procurement MELBOURNE, Australia (Radio Australia, Dec. 9, 2013) – Pacific countries have a lot to gain from getting better at obtaining climate-related finance, according to the Asian Development Bank (ADB). The Pacific has a major problem dealing with the economic impact of cyclones and other catastrophic weather events. The damage bill for cyclone Evan in Samoa in 2012 was US$200 million, and memories are still raw in the Cook Islands from the five cyclones experienced in just five weeks back in 2005. ADB economist Emma Veve says predicted temperature rises will have significant economic consequences in the region, possibly resulting in losses around 12 percent of a country’s annual GDP for some of the larger Pacific nations. Veve says ADB research has shown some countries could need between US$500-$700 million a year to prepare for worst-case scenarios, which she says sounds like a lot of mone ...
I like this headline. What else is new? "Corruption Watchdog Says More Than Two-Thirds Of The World Corrupt BERLIN, Germany (Radio Australia, Nov. 04, 2013) — The latest survey on global corruption has found that more than two-thirds of the 177 countries surveyed are corrupt. Global watchdog Transparency International has released its Corruption Perceptions Index for 2013 and New Zealand and Denmark tied for first place with scores of 91 out of 100. Singapore came in at fifth spot and Australia was in the ninth place. Transparency International Australia's Director Grahame Leonard told Radio Australia that despite coming in the top ten, Australia had slipped four points, which is "quite considerable". "Australian companies trying to do business are the ones who suffer at the result of this deterioration in our rating," he said. "We're campaigning very hard and lobbying our new government to have a national anti-corruption strategy, which Australia does not have." Myanmar has shown marked improvements i ...
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Provincial leader promises new Mt Hagen headquarters on track for completion | Radio Australia
Hindus Condemn Cook Island's Bishop's Comments on Diwali Source FIJI, November 19, 2013 (Fiji Sun): The Vishwa Hindu Parishad Fiji says comments by Cook Islands bishop, Tutai Pere, condemning Diwali celebrations held in the island nation are saddening. VHP Fiji national president Jay Dayal said the bishop was forgetting the values of Christianity. "At the same time, we in Fiji are fortunate and so ever thankful to our government that Fiji is a secular nation that allows freedom of religious practices and personal beliefs bringing everyone together during their respective festivals," Mr. Dayal said. "As a Christian, the bishop should learn to love his neighbors rather than enforce his imprudent personal beliefs on others that divide a society in a tiny island nation like the Cooks, said Dayal. Bishop Pere was on Radio Australia labeling Hindus as idol worshipers (listen to the full recording at ... tion-as-blasphemy/1220374). Mr. Dayal said: "Diwali is a festival of light not idolatry or blasphemy against ...
Maldives to inaugurate new president after Mohamed Nasheed's shock run-off defeat | ABC Radio Australia
New Solomon Islands hospital to train medical professional in the region | ABC Radio Australia
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Malaysian court rules use of 'Allah' exclusive to Muslims | ABC Radio Australia
China calls for 'de-Americanised' world economy in wake of US shutdown, debt stand-off Radio Australia via
Report: Perceptions of China and Australia - a text book issue - Radio Australia
Advocate for girls' education inspires Pacific initiatives | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia
The Pacific feeling the effects of the US Government shutdown | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia
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DLP Senator vows to keep up pressure over West Papua | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia via
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Government tackling shortage of thousands of teachers | Radio Australia
North Korea warns of 'all out war' over US military drills | ABC Radio Australia via
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Fiji and Samoa knocked out of Rugby Sevens opener - Radio Australia
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Cyclone Phailin lashes India's east coast, more than 400,000 people evacuated | ABC Radio Australia via
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Bodies of three US Marines found on Guadalcanal | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia via
Internet freedom on the decline around the world | ABC Radio Australia via
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Lawyer says PM is undermining free speech | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia via
Researchers warn record temperatures could hit as early as 2020 | ABC Radio Australia via
Samoa still considering sex offenders register - Radio Australia
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News of our petition supporting Fr. Hezel was picked up by the Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia via
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Australia rejects calls to give more rights to New Zealanders | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia via
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Cuisine News - Chefs back push for Pacific cuisine on five-star menus - Radio Australia: Chefs back push for P...
Pacific Games to create business opportunities for Australian businesses - Radio Australia
Tonga's first call centre dials in to lucrative international market - Radio Australia
New rugby sevens coach says Fiji was "the only team for me" - Radio Australia: FijivillageNew rugby sevens coa...
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Ahmaddiya leader concerned over the sect's persecution in Pakistan | ABC Radio Australia
Report: Summiteers head to Brunei for EAS - Radio Australia
Just days into the betelnut ban, claims Port Moresby looks cleaner | Radio Australia
Police commander says PNG bank robbery was an inside job - Radio Australia
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Tonga's new call centre industry takes on the world | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia via
Auckland chef aims to develop Pacific cuisine - Radio Australia
news Hobbit feet, Frodo's sword among Lord of the Rings auction items - Radio Australia
Egyptian militants launch attacks after dozens killed in clashes - Radio Australia
Samoa welcomes Australian approach to Fiji - Radio Australia
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Tony Abbott reassures Indonesia he will respect its sovereignty on asylum seeker issue - Radio Australia
Future of democracy under scrutiny after poll delay | Asia Pacific | ABC Radio Australia
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Corruption watchdog still to verify claim on civil society groups | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia via
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Anti-poverty campaigners at Global Citizen Festival urge Tony Abbott to ... - Radio Australia
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Vanuatu PM accuses UN of ignoring Papuans - Radio Australia
Historic family reunion in Malaita for blackbirding descendants | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia via
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Report: Abbott urged to put Papua rights on the agenda - Radio Australia
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Humanitarian crisis looms after Pakistan earthquake - Radio Australia
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Report: Humanitarian crisis looms after Pakistan earthquake - Radio Australia
Samoa warns seasonal workers who misbehave - Radio Australia
Millions in funds to help Kiribati's Phoenix Islands - Radio Australia: Millions in funds to help Kiribati's P...
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Marshall Islands' president challenges world leaders on climate change | ABC Radio Australia
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Australia urged to address corruption concerns in PNG | ABC Radio Australia
Kiribati man's claim as a climate change refugee denied in New Zealand | ABC Radio Australia
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Britain found responsible for 1948 massacre in Malaya | Connect Asia | ABC Radio Australia via
Australia urged to address corruption concerns in | Radio Australia
Pakistan earthquake kills 348 people with death toll expected to rise | ABC Radio Australia via
Asia leading the way in combating child trafficking | Asia Pacific | ABC Radio Australia via
One dead as Bangladeshi Islamists strike over death penalty | ABC Radio Australia via
Japan kindergarten ordered to pay parents of children who died in tsunami | ABC Radio Australia via
India needs to allow foreign unis to set up ops - with no strings attached | ABC Radio Australia via
military pressures rebels to surrender | ABC Radio Australia via
Concerns the quality of India's booming higher education sector not keeping up ... - Radio Australia
Report: Charting the impact of south-south migrant flows - Radio Australia
Japan should lower dependence on nuclear power, says minister | Asia Pacific | ABC Radio Australia
Samoa divided over ban on corporal punishment in schools - Radio Australia
Tony Abbott sworn in as Australia's 28th Prime Minister - Radio Australia
says time is right to restart Pacific pole and line fishery - Radio Australia
Nominations open for Afghan presidency as Taliban threaten elections | ABC Radio Australia via
President John Momis accuses of reneging on referendum funding | ABC Radio Australia
BOUGAINVILLE: ABG accuses PNG government of reneging on referendum deal | ABC Radio Australia
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Report: Australia's new govenment takes up the reins - Radio Australia
Samoa brings in tough penalties for teachers who hit students - Radio Australia
ABG President says ready for elections and referendum | Radio Australia
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Happy ending for disabled boy from Vanuatu | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia via
PNG to report on its progress on the UN's Disability Convention | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia via
East Timor's first feature film premiers in Dili | ABC Radio Australia
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Killing prompts calls for crackdown on Indian black magic | Asia Pacific | ABC Radio Australia
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Julia Gillard slams Labor leadership reform as contest between Bill Shorten and ... - Radio Australia
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Cambodia PM and Opposition fail to resolve election deadlock - Radio Australia
Freedom Flotilla suspends plans to dock in West Papua - Radio Australia
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Been a while since I did this one - Pacific missionaries seek converts | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia
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Concern over turtle slaughter in Milne Bay Province | Radio Australia
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Wasted food is world's third-biggest carbon emitter after China and US: UN | ABC Radio Australia via
Beach soccer's world cup kicks off in Tahiti next week | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia
man reportedly blew himself up in suicide bombing | ABC Radio Australia via
Australian vegetable growers report exports to south-east Asia, have doubled | Radio Australia
Australian supports funding for Nauru justice system - Radio Australia
Homosexual sitcom proves online hit but too sensitive for Vietnamese ... - Radio Australia: Homosexual sitcom ...
Training clinic for female soccer coaches in Samoa - Radio Australia
activist calls for a ban on dumping mining tailings in the sea | Radio Australia
NASA identifies potential asteroids to move to the Moon's orbit | ABC Radio Australia via
Forced disappearances 'one of the worst kinds of abuse' | ABC Radio Australia
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Climate Change Tops Pacific Islands Forum Agenda MELBOURNE, Australia (Radio Australia) – The incoming chairman of the Pacific Islands Forum, Christopher Loeak, has told Pacific leaders he would drown in the rising sea levels rather than being forced to move from his Marshall Islands home. The 44th Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Meeting has opened, with leaders welcomed in an abbreviated ceremony, after unseasonably rough weather forced organisers to abandon plans for their arrival on a fleet of traditional Micronesian outrigger canoes. The weather difficulties were seen to fit in well with the theme for this year’s Forum, 'Marshalling the Pacific Response to the Climate Challenge.' Mr. Loeak said while his country was among those already experiencing climate change, the people of the Pacific did not want to flee their lands no matter how threatened they became. "My land is my home, my heritage and my identity in ways that the English language cannot capture," he said. "This is my country and I will al ...
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Hun Sen confirmed as the winner of Cambodia's July elections | ABC Radio Australia via
Asylum seeker issues priority for new government | ABC Radio Australia via
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US driver confesses 'I killed a man' in online video, faces homicide charges | ABC Radio Australia via
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Cooking show to focus on traditional Pacific recipes | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia via
Indigenous Fashion Unearthed blends fashion with culture and tradition | ABC Radio Australia photo gallery
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Phnom Penh gears up for major weekend protests | Asia Pacific | ABC Radio Australia via
Marshall Islands residents fear running out of water again | ABC Radio Australia via
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Academic says Coalition's budget is policy on the run | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia via
Protesters arrested as Fiji's President prepares for new Constitution | ABC Radio Australia via …
ExxonMobil plans big expansion of its PNG LNG project | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia
Report: South Korean pins export hopes on new fighter - Radio Australia
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Tonga logs on to high speed internet | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia via
"Virginity test plan for high school girls in Indonesia sparks outrage | ABC Radio Australia" ( )
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"A new radioactive leak at will enter Pacific Ocean | Pacific Beat | ABC Radio Australia" ( )
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